(Pronounced: zhay-nay RHAL SHAB-lee-kine)
Général Schablikine makes an upright bushy shrub that is seldom out of bloom.
The blooms are very double, cherry to coppery-red, and moderately fragrant.
'Général Schablikine' is a very useful rose, with very double flowers that open flat. The color is a combination of cherry and copper-red, and the plant is well-foliated.
'Général Schablikine' was introduced by G. Nabonnand (France) in 1878.
1878 [ France ]
|PLANT SIZE |
Height: 3 ' to 5 ' Width: 3 ' to 3 '
The growth habit of 'Général Schablikine' is bushy and upright, growing to 5' or 6' in height.
'Général Schablikine' is unusually well-foliated. The leaves are medium green and smooth.
C - Continuous. 'Général Schablikine' is seldom out of bloom during the growing season.
| Flower Size: 3.00" to 3.50" Cluster Size: 3 to 5 Petal Count: 35 to 40 |
The blooms are medium sized (3" to 3-1/2"), very double, and open flat.
op - Orange pink. 'Général Schablikine' has an unusual bloom color that is best described as being somewhere between cherry-red, and coppery-red.
|COLOR VARIATION:|| |
MF - Moderately fragrant. 'Général Schablikine' has a good tea fragrance.
Zones 7 - 9
'Général Schablikine' is a very hardy and disease free rose. It prefers a sunny location.
'Général Schablikine' is readily propagated by cuttings.
Many beautiful of 'Général Schablikine' can be found growing in the gardens at Ninfa, Latina in Italy.
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