Meaning of the name: In the name of honour for Queen Elisabeth the second.
Synonymic name: The Queen Elizabeth Rose, Queen of England
Registered species name: Queen Elizabeth
Original commercial name: Queen Elizabeth
Commercial name: BED-BORDERS - Queen Elizabeth -
Exhibition name accepted by American Rose Society: Queen Elizabeth
Year became commerc: 1954
Year of registration: 1953
Year of breeding: USA, 1951
Breeder: Dr. Walter Edward Lammerts
Rose group: Grandiflora - Floribunda, Floribunda, Grandiflora, Teahibrid
Commercial type: bed and borders rose - grandiflora - floribunda
Commercial group: Bed and border rose
Number of petals: 26-40
Flower fullness: full double
Aroma: sweet fragrance
Scent: moderately intensive fragrance
Remontancy: Well reflowering– second blooming is abundant
Flower size: L (2,75-3,95 in)
Flower shape: pointed
Flower colour: medium pink
Colour code: mP
Plant range: 2-2,6 ft
Planting / sq feet: 20-30/sq ft
Width: 2,5-3 ft
Height: 4,9-10 ft
Habit: Creating higher rose beds which have countinously and abundant blooming.
Foliage: big, dark, rounded
Thorns: few, long thorn
Winter hardiness USDA: -18°C
Susceptibility to disease: Susceptible to brown rot.
Previously used trademark: Queen Elizabeth
Profile: One of the most healthy rose having one of the richest blooming. Tolerates poor conditions and half shadow, also tolerates rain.
Product type: Grown in 2 liters pot, one year old rose in pot, can be planted all the year except when it frozes.
Product name: Queen Elizabeth - pink - bed and borders rose - grandiflora - floribunda
Type of identity: tested
Species quality: standard
Item number: 02-058 (05.01.2019. 7:49) pharmarosa.co.uk
Hip biggest diameter: 0.8'
Hip shape: rounded
Hip colour: Greenish- little bit red