Hardy, repeat-blooming, climbing shrub
Description: Fragrant, double, white flowers glow yellow from the center; medium-green foliage; long, trailing shoots and few thorns
Habit: Vigorous climber grows 8-15' high and 6-12' wide
Culture: Prefers full sun and well-drained garden soil; fertilize in spring before new growth emerges; deadhead for repeat blooming
Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 7
A Noisette rose bred in France in 1830 by Maréchal, Lamarque is a cross between Blush Noisette and Parks Yellow China. First offered in America in 1841 by Prince Nursery on Long Island, this rose's virtues as a climber were recognized by Robert Buist in The Rose Manual (1854): "It makes a splendid pillar rose, frequently growing ten feet in one season". Lamarque displays the two main features of all Noisettes: it is highly fragrant and blooms repeatedly.