Love this rose. So fragrant.
Sue, you are killing me ...lol !!
Now, i really want that rose. Love that color :)))
Plumeria Girl - You really would love this one. So fragrant. If you can get it, you should grab it because I think it is discontinued, but I could be wrong.
Will Uba-Tuba go well with crimson color carbinets, light hardwood floor and Brandon Beige paint walls??
need help sprucing up the front and the yard of my 1st home
Staging really does work! It shows every home at its best!
No Idea where to start w/ Living Room - my 1st house
I hope not but i definitely will. I just check K and M nursery & still have them. Thank goodness !
Plumeria girl - That is where I purchased mine.
Mine came from Hortico.
The petal packed blooms are wonderful, lovely pale pink.
Ok, Suebelle, you sold me, too. Fluffy is my kind of rose.
And, it's super hardy!
Hundreds of petals, and that color —!
Haha sultry !!!!!!
Love that movie ..
I have at Cecilia and the fragrance adds to its beauty !!
Your pictures of this rose are beautiful. I had one, but it came down with rose rosette, and I had to get rid of it. The flowers on yours appear to open okay. Mine did not want to open very well, but it sure was fragrant. Thanks for the look.
I just adore that rose it's gorgeous!!
Ordered it this morning, Suebelle. It's one of the oldie but goodies on Palatine's list. Thank you so much for re-introducing this rose to me. I wanted it years ago when it was still easily found, but kept getting pushed further down the list in favor of newer roses. It's every bit as beautiful as any new rose and it's hardy to z4!
<SIGH> Years ago, I ordered this from HOGR. They were out of it, so they substituted 'Westfalenpark'https://www.helpmefind.com/gardening/l.php?l=2.17467... which is how I learned NEVER to let them substitute.But I've always thought it was lovely.
Jeri, that's quite a stretch for a substitute for St. Cecilia! I wouldn't have been happy about that either. Austins do great here, but Kordes are a gamble.
You know, it really isn't a shame the technical geniuses haven't figured out a way to send scents through the interwebs. As lovely as St Cecilia is, it's her fragrance I remember most. Such a unique, lovely perfume. I also really admired the prickles along her canes. They reminded me of Gallicas or other much older roses.
What a gorgeous rose!
Ya, Flowersaremusic -- By the time this happened, we'd already learned that this was definitely NOT the right environment for Kordes roses . . .We planted it anyhow, but of course, it was awful here, and was eventually removed.I guess it was just another Lesson Learned.
"Different stages of Saint Cecilia"
Here is an image of this gorgeous rose from a colder climate than California. My plant was most often a very lovely soft buff colour with a bit of a pink hue. And yes, the fragrance is one of the loveliest in rosedom.
St Cecelia is a nice shaped plant too. Beautiful pink puffs with delicate petals. Katherine Morley is like that too but the plant is huge and super thorny. In my warm climate she's pale pink but cold weather brings out yellows and peaches. I think it's an easy rose to grow.