The original Noisette selected by John Champneys in Charleston, SC, with clusters of fragrant, double, pale pink blossoms and glossy green, pointed leaves. it was the first hybrid between the China and the Musk roses and is sometimes listed as Rosa chinensis x moschata.See the 1999 Twinleaf article, Champneys Pink Cluster Comes to Monticello, for more information on this rose.

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Typical Blooming Dates: May - September, intermittent
Zones: 5 - 9
Color(s): Pink
Growth Type: Woody Shrub
Location at Monticello: West Lawn Oval Bed
Planting Conditions: Full Sun