What is the plant
Introduced in 1964, this variety is most known of the black huge, fully double 5" blooms are dark velvety red/near black. Extremely fragrant with sweet old rose perfume. In 2004 it became the official state flower of Oklahoma. Darkest color and performs best with some heat. Size: 4-6' x 3-4'. Petal count: 40-45.
Stunning, large, dark red velvety blooms with a pleasing old rose fragrance, complimenting rich green foliage; great for the garden, containers, or along borders; disease resistant
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