RoseFile Database

Trier - Rambler Rose

Trier

Rambler. Bred by Lambert in France in 1904.
Use:
 
Pillar or Arch
Color:
 
White
Form:
 
Semi-Double
Fragrance:
 
Moderate
Remontance:
 
Repeats
Abundance:
 
Profuse
Bloom Size:
 
Modest (2-4 in)
Cold Hardiness:
 
Zone 5 - 9
Height & Width:
 
12 ft x 6 ftt
Recommendation:
 
Good for Collectors

Comments Vigorous, foliferous, carefree, remontant, and above all, fragrant, this multiflora descendent makes great trusses of smallish white flowers that may be subtly tinged with ivory or yellow near the eye. They also smell of musk. It's not clear that this would always be a great garden rose, but it seems to carry a large number of traits useful in rose breeding. Trier is the parent of several of Pemberton's hybrid musk roses including Moonlight, Felicia, and Pax. It is parent of Paul Barden's Jeri Jennings.