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Tale of Two Cecile Brunners

‘Cecile Brunner’ is one of the most beloved and recognizable roses ever created. It was introduced in France by Joseph Pernet-Ducher in The original plant is a compact shrub ’ tall but the climbing form which was introduced in is even more vigorous and found more frequently on.

Sep 21, You will not need to prune a newly planted Cecile Brunner rose. It will only need to be pruned after the first two to three years, when you'll remove dead, damaged or diseased wood. This rose adds both beauty and fragrance to your landscape design, and looks wonderful growing on a trellis, fence, post or column. The sweetheart rose of your grandmother's garden. Lightly scented, soft pink, miniature hybrid tea shaped 1 1/2" blooms (petals 18+).

Possibly the most well known of old roses. Blooms burst forth on a compact continual blooming nearly thorn-less bush from spring until fall%(4). Cecile Brunner in a continuous-blooming, disease-resistant form, check out 'Renae.' 'Renae' will excell anywhere that Cl.

Cecile Brunner grows. A white form of it exists, and may eventually make it into commerce, but the pink is dynamite. Cecile Brunner, also known as Mme. Cècile Brünner and The Sweetheart Rose, is a bush rose that grows to 4 feet.

It blooms profusely in the spring and then continues to bloom until frost. Blossoms are a soft silvery pink and look like a hybrid tea in miniature. They appear in clusters and have a Classification: Polyantha. An old favorite sinceaward-winning Rosa 'Cécile Brünner' is a vigorous, almost thornless large climber with generous sprays of pleasantly fragrant, fully double, pale pink flowers, in.

across (4 cm). Resembling miniature Hybrid Tea roses, the perfectly formed blooms open from pointed buds and count up to 30 petals.

Extremely free-flowering, this climbing rose experiences a long. 3 to 4 feet Z R Fr lp Perfectly shaped, little pink buds earned 'Cecile Brunner' its nickname,"The Sweetheart Rose." It is a treasure and should be in every garden where it will bloom from mid-Spring until frost.

The bush form remains compact, putting up. May 18, Prune"Mademoiselle Cecile Brunner" back in late winter to early spring just as the buds begin to swell. Cut the canes back by one-half to one-third, making cuts at a degree angle, 1/4 inch. The Old Rose Hall of Fame recognizes roses of historical or genealogical important and those roses which have enjoyed continued popularity over a great many years. [From treeclearance.buzz] Dedicated to the Cécile Brunner, sister of Ulrich Brunner fils, or possibly to.

Prune climbing and shrub-type “Cecile Brunner” roses in late winter or early spring before buds develop. Prune the shrubs to remove dead canes and to control the shape and size.