Description: Double, dark crimson flowers pale slightly with age; moderate tea fragrance; long pointed buds; glossy, dark green foliage; moderately thorny
Habit: Upright, well-branched, bushy rose grows 3’-4’ tall and 3’ wide
Culture: Prefers full sun and afternoon shade; well-drained soil; keep moist until established; fertilize in spring before new growth emerges; deadhead for repeat bloom
Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 7
‘Francis Dubreuil’ is a Tea rose introduced by French tailor turned rose breeder Francis Dubreuil in 1894. This rose is good for containers and is disease-resistant.