Hardy climbing or shrub rose
Description: Produces large clusters of pale pink, lightly fragrant flowers, heavily in spring and repeating through the season
Habit: Grows 8-13 feet high; vigorous
Hardiness: Cold hardy to Zone 6b
This early Noisette cultivar was first bred in France by Robert and Moreau in 1858 with the name Cornélie. It was later found in Vichy, France and introduced by the French rose breeder Leveque in 1897 under a new name, Belle Vichysoise.