Cecile Brunner is a climbing polyantha rose. It has masses of tiny pink blooms that cover this climber, but it can be slow to get started. It can eventually get to be 12′ x 20′, but is easy it keep more constrained with pruning. This is an old rose, often found in cottage gardens and was commonly used by Gentlemen as a lapel rose.
It was introduced in 1881 by Joseph Pernet-Ducher. It is a cross of Mignonette and a Tea Rose named Madame de Tartas. It was named after the daughter of Swiss Rosarian Ulrich Brünner.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P19064
Found in Portal,
Because this is planted on the portal, it has a plastic cage around it to protect it from deer. Hopefully once it gets above that, it will be able to withstand a little bit of nibbling.
We acquired this plant from Als Garden Center.