Gallica roses are among the most ancient, and this miniature centifolia form was introduced into cultivation before 1664. It is also known as the Burgundian Rose (R. burgundica). Philadelphia nurseryman Bernard McMahon lists Rosa centifolia v. Burgundy in The American Gardener.

Visit Monticello’s Online Shop to check for seeds or plants of Pompon de Bourgogne Rose.

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