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Therese Bugnet

Named for the hybridizer’s daughter (prounounced boo-nAY). As is common with the Rugosa species, her shrubby plant is very hardy and covered with quilted grey-blue-green leaves of unsurpassed disease resistance. Her long lilac pink buds open to large lovely scented blossoms. Hardy. Avoid chemical sprays. Disease resistant. Only Available Own-Root.

Therese Bugnet Rugosa Rose

Rose Name:

Therese Bugnet

Cultivar:

 

Patent #:

 

Class:

Rugosa

Flower Color:

Lilac pink

Fragrance:

Moderate spicy

Bud Form:

 

Flower Form:

Full

Flower Size:

Large

Petal Count:

35 to 40

Stem Length:

 

Plant Habit:

Medium

Growth Habit:

Round and shrubby

Foliage Color:

 

Disease Resistance:

 

Hybridizer:

Bugnet—1950

Parentage:

Rosa rugosa seedling x Betty Bland

Introduced By:

 
   
Own-root