(Pronounced: ZHAUN mer-MO)
'Jean Marmoz' , 'Jean Mermoz'
'Jean Mermoz' forms a very small bush (1-1/2' high) that is excellent for low borders.
The deep china pink flowers are tiny (1/2" - 3/4") and are very double, quartered, and borne in sprays.
'Jean Mermoz' is a charming little polyantha rose with extremely small (1/2" - 3/4") deep china pink flowers that are borne in sprays. The slightly fragrant flowers look just like tiny quartered cabbage roses.
Hybrid Tea seedling
'Jean Mermoz' was introduced by Chenault (France) in 1937.
1937 [ France ]
|PLANT SIZE |
Height: 2 ' to 3 ' Width: 2 ' to 2 '
'Jean Mermoz' is a very small spreading bush that usually does not exceed 1-1/2' in height.
The foliage is very small, dark green, and glossy.
C - Continuous. 'Jean Mermoz' starts blooming in mid spring (April in the Texas Hill Country) and repeats off and on throughout the growing season. The spring and fall blooms are best.
| Flower Size: .50" to .50" Cluster Size: 6 to 9 Petal Count: 25 to 300 |
'Jean Mermoz' flowers are very small (1/2" - 3/4") and are borne in sprays. Each blossom looks like a tiny, very double, quartered, cabbage rose. The blooms occur in clusters of 6 to 9 and last well.
mp - Medium Pink. 'Jean Mermoz' blooms are a dark china pink.
|COLOR VARIATION:|| |
SF- Slightly Fragrant. 'Jean Mermoz' has a very slight fragrance.
Zones 5 - 9
'Jean Mermoz' is very healthy and disease free, and it tolerates shade and poorer soils.
'Jean Mermoz' may be propagated by cuttings.
'Jean Mermoz' is an ideal plant for borders and very low hedges. It is also suitable for container planting.
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