(Pronounced: La-VEN-dur LAS-see)
'Lavender Lassie' is a modern rose, but an outstanding one that has the appearance and outstanding fragrance of an older Hybrid Musk.
'Lavender Lassie' buds are small and very compact, giving little indication of the mass of petals that they contain.
'Lavender Lassie' flowers are mauve pink a double, with a very appealing sweet fragrance.
'Lavender Lassie' the blooms appear in massive clusters, frequently hanging down from their supporting arbor.
'Lavender Lassie' is a modern rose, but an outstanding one that has the appearance and outstanding fragrance of an older Hybrid Musk. The 3" flowers are mauve pink, double, with a very appealing sweet fragrance, and occur in clusters.
'Lavender Lassie' buds are small and very compact, giving little indication of the mass of petals that they contain. The blooms appear in massive clusters, frequently hanging downward. It is an excellent choice for an arbor or pillar.
'Lavender Lassie' was introduced by Kordes in 1960.
1960 [ Germany ]
|PLANT SIZE |
Height: 6 ' to 6 ' Width: 8 ' to 8 '
'Lavender Lassie' makes a vigorous climber 10' to 15' in height.
The foliage is medium green and glossy.
C - Continuous. 'Lavender Lassie' starts blooming April in the Texas Hill Country, and blooms throughout the growing season.
| Flower Size: 3.00" to 3.50" Cluster Size: 5 to 7 Petal Count: 35 to 40 |
'Lavender Lassie' flowers are medium-sized (3"), double, and occur in large clusters.
m - Mauve. 'Lavender Lassie' blooms are lilac-pink.
|COLOR VARIATION:|| |
vf - Very Fragrant. 'Lavender Lassie' has a very strong, sweet fragrance.
Zones 6 - 9
'Lavender Lassie' is disease free and easy to grow.
'Lavender Lassie' is tolerant of some shade. It can be pruned into a fat bush but it is at its best draped over an arbor.
'Lavender Lassie' is easily propagated from cuttings.
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