"Lindee" is a found rose that resembles a miniature 'Katharina Zeimet'. It is a compact bush with dark green foliage and tiny white flowers that are borne in clusters.
Although the blooms are quite small (1/2") they are perfectly formed and quite beautiful.
"Lindee" is a small found polyantha rose. It is a compact bush, much like a miniature version of 'Katharina Zeimet'. The flowers are very small (1/2" to 1") and occur in dense clusters.
It has been suggested that "Lindee" is actually 'P‚querette', the first polyantha rose. It makes a fine border or container plant.
"Lindee" was introduced into commerce by the Antique Rose Emporium in 1990.
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|PLANT SIZE |
Height: 1 ' to 3 ' Width: 1 ' to 2 '
"Lindee" is a small compact bush that grows to heights of 1' - 3'.
The foliage is dark green and small.
R - Repeat. "Lindee" starts blooming in mid-spring (April in the Texas Hill Country), and repeats throughout the growing season.
| Flower Size: .50" to .50" Cluster Size: 10 to 15 Petal Count: 30 to 35 |
"Lindee" flowers are very small (approximately 1/2" diameter) and occur in dense clusters.
W - White. "Lindee" blooms are snowy white.
|COLOR VARIATION:|| |
NF - Not Fragrant. "Lindee" has no fragrance.
Zones 6 - 9
"Lindee" tolerates poor soils and partial shade.
"Lindee" is easily propagated from cuttings.
"Lindee" is an excellent plant for containers, confined areas, and low borders.
"Lindee" is thought by some to be 'Paquerette', the first polyantha rose. The original bush belonged to the Grandmother of Mike Lindee of Houston and was shared with the Antique Rose Emporium, which introduced it into commerce.
Antique Rose Emporium. The Antique Rose Emporium 1998 Catalog. Independence, Texas: Antique Rose Emporium. 1998, p. 6.
Druitt, Liz. The Organic Rose Garden. Dallas, TX: Taylor Publishing Company. 1996, pp. 93, 146.