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Peace

Peace

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The Shrub Rose Peace, also known as 'Gioia', 'Gloria Dei', and 'Mme. A. Meilland', is a living monument of hope and peace. This rose, which gained worldwide fame after the Second World War, symbolizes the regained peace and is a classic addition to any garden.

With its enchanting yellow flowers, framed by a carmine red border, the Shrub Rose Peace offers a unique color spectacle that adorns the garden from June to October. This rose reaches a minimum height of approximately 80 centimeters and can grow up to 200 centimeters, making it a striking appearance in any garden setting.

Shrubrose Peace has not received the title Top Rose for nothing; it is an extremely healthy and vigorous species that thrives almost anywhere. Whether in a border or in a pot, this rose will add a bit of history and beauty to your outdoor space.

The Shrub Rose Peace is not only a pleasure to the eye, but its light scent also enriches the garden atmosphere, creating a serene and peaceful environment. This rose pays tribute to the power and beauty of nature and reminds us of the value of peace and harmony.

Delivered directly from our Belle Epoque rose nursery, the Shrub Rose Peace guarantees top quality and vitality. Choose this historically significant rose to enrich your garden with a symbol of peace and beauty. Let the Shrub Rose Peace transform your outdoor space into an oasis of peace and serenity.

At Belle Epoque we understand the value of unique, high-quality roses in your garden. The Shrub Rose Peace is a perfect example of our passion for roses and our commitment to excellence. Add a piece of living history to your garden with this beautiful, peace-symbolizing rose.

Flowering time

  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October

Characteristics

Peace

Flower shape

  • Stuffed

Scent

Strongly scented

Care Instructions

Caring for rose 'Peace' is not difficult, but the rose does require some time and attention on a regular basis. Roses need a lot of energy to grow well and sufficient water and nutrition helps with this. Also check regularly whether there are spent flower buds on the rose. To avoid wasting energy, it is best to remove these as quickly as possible. It is wise to fertilize the rose so that it can absorb good and healthy nutrition again. The advice is to do this twice a year; in March and the end of June.

Delivery

Products are shipped directly from the nursery every week on Wednesdays. By delivering only once a week, we reduce logistics emissions and optimize our processes. This benefits both the quality of our products and the climate.

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