What is a Gallica rose?

lynnetteJanuary 1, 2013

Another of the oldest roses which also goes by the name of The French Rose or rose of Provins. These roses are usually compact with rough leaves , semi-double or double flowers and are practically thornless. They flower in midsummer and do not complain about poorer soils.

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