The Dr. Susan Michaelis rose exudes magnificence. Plants are strong and upright, demonstrating resilience and sturdiness. With dense, dark green glossy foliage - an asset sometimes lacking in other Hybrid Tea's – this rose really deserves its place in any garden setting.
Classic Hybrid Tea blooms first begin as high pointed buds, full of promise. And they do not disappoint! As the 40+ petals begin to unfurl, you'll be treated to a vision of deep cerise pink, with flecks of silvery white which are a nod to the contrast that is revealed as the blooms open more fully. The flowers still look vibrant even as they begin to fade, with the cerise shade transitioning through a deeper purple colour. Benefitting from having few thorns, this rose is also attractive to bees, though more for its beautiful colour than pollen.
This stunning rose has a subtle, yet spicy perfume which is intensified by the presence of a warm summers evening.
First diagnosed with Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer (ILC) in 2013, former airline pilot Dr. Susan Michaelis (BCAhon) initiated the ‘Lobular Moon Shot Project’
£2.50p from the sale of each Dr. Susan Michaelis Rose will be paid to The Institute of Cancer Research, London (ICR) to support their lobular breast cancer (ILC) research fund. ICR is College of the University of London and is regulated by the Office for Students, which has similar powers to the Charity Commission. The exempt reference number is: X90004
Supplied as an establised rose potted into a 5 litre pot.
Size (hxs): Upto 2.6ft (75cm) - 2ft (60cm)
Rose Type: Bush Rose
Flowering: Repeat Flowering
Fragrance: Medium Fragrance
Colour: Deep Pink