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Rosa 'Pink Wonder'

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Rosa 'Pink Wonder'

Rosa 'Pink Wonder'
Hybrid parentage 'Zambra' ® × {'Sarabande' ® × ['Goldilocks' × 'Fashion']}
Cultivar group Floribunda
Cultivar Rosa 'Pink Wonder'
Origin Meilland, 1970, France

Rosa 'Pink Wonder' (synonyms Kalinka, MEIhartfor) is a light pink Floribunda rose. It was bred in 1970 by Meilland International in France.

The flowers have an average diameter of 9 cm and a strong, sweet fragrance. They appear in small clusters of 3-7 throughout the season. 'Pink Wonder' has brilliant, dark green leaves and almost no thorns. The shrub reaches a height of 60 to 130 cm and a width of 1 m. It is winter hardy up to -23.3 °C (USDA Zone 6a).


  • Madrid Gold Medal 1969
  • Belfast Gold Medal 1972

The sport 'Climbing Pink Wonder' is also popular, grows about 5 m tall and blooms repeatedly.


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  • Charles & Brigid Quest-Ritson: Rosen: die große Enzyklopädie / The Royal Horticultural Society; Übersetzung durch Susanne Bonn; Redaktion: Agnes Pahler; Starnberg: Dorling Kindersley, 2004, ISBN 3-8310-0590-7

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