Remontant climbing roses usually with glossy foliage. They bear large clusters of 3-15 slightly scented, normally double to fully double flowers, in flushes from spring to autumn. This class originated in Charleston, SC in 1811. {zones 7-10}

  • Aimee Vibert ( w ) 1829 (f)
  • Alister Stella Gray (ly) 1894 (f)
  • Belle Vichysoise (lp) 1897
  • Blush Noisette (lp) 1817 (f)
  • Bouquet d’Or (yb) 1872
  • Bouquet Tout Fait ( w ) <1836
  • Celine Forestier (ly) 1859 (f)
  • Champney’s Pink C. (lp) 1811 (f)
  • Chromatella (ly) 1843
  • Crepuscule (ab) 1904 (vf)
  • Duchesse d’Auerstadt (my) 1888 (f)
  • Highway 146 Noisette ( w ) {found}
  • Jeanne d’Arc ( w ) 1848 (f)
  • Kaiserin Friedrich (pb) 1890
  • Lamarque ( w ) 1830 (vf)
  • Ley’s Perpetual (my) 1936 (f)
  • Louise d’Arzens ( w ) 1861
  • Mlle. de Sombreuil ( w ) 1851 (f)
  • Mme. Alfred Carriere ( w ) 1879 (vf)
  • Marechal Niel (my) 1864 (vf)
  • Mary Washington ( w ) 1891 (f)
  • Meteor (dp) 1887 (f)
  • Mrs. Keay’s Pink (lp) (f) {found}
  • Mt. Vernon Purple (m) {found}
  • Multiflora de Vaumarcus (lp) 1875
  • Narrow Water (lp) 1883 (f)
  • Nastarana ( w ) 1879 (f)
  • Old Gray Cemetery ( w ) {found}
  • Placerville White Noisette ( w ) {found}
  • Princesse de Nassau (ly) 1835 (f)
  • Redoute’s Red (mr) {found}
  • Reve d’Or (my) 1869 (f)
  • SC Noisette ( w ) {found}
  • Secret Garden Noisette ( w ) (vf) {found}
  • Solfaterre (my) 1843
  • The Charlestonian ( w ) 2000
  • Triomphe des Noisette (dp) 1887

Price $18


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