Julia Child | Floribunda Rose
The Julia Child rose, is a golden butter or golden floribunda rose named after Julia Child, the chef. Just before she passed away, our beloved American icon chose this extraordinary rose to carry her name. It's a tiny rose that's frequently cultivated in pots. The delicate yellow petals of its three-inch double blooms are thick.
Julia adored the uniform butter gold hue and licorice sweet scent. The recipe was inspired by more than simply the old-fashioned flowers. The dish is completed by the flawlessly rounded habit, extremely glossy leaves, and high disease resistance. A wonderful AARS award winner—a fitting tribute to a great friend. In all climates, consistent, hardy, and floriferous. Very resistant to illness. Both budded and own-root varieties are available.