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Meilland Jardin & Parfum Roses
The rose Rene Goscinny is a member of the ‘Meilland Jardin & Parfum’ collection. This collection is a true luxury rose collection with the best scented cut rose varieties of the famous French Rose breeding family Meilland.
Meilland Jardin & Parfum Rose Rene Goscinny
The Rose Rene Goscinny is like many of our other scented roses developed by the French rose breeding family Meilland.
The scented rose Rene Goscinny is a deeply filled garden rose with a light apricot perfume. Each rose is a little different in color from one another. Sometimes a little darker peach in the centre, sometimes more to mango orange color. The edges of the outer leaves of the flowers sometimes have an attractive coloring effect with darker shades, almost brownish.
The flowers are beautiful in every stade; the flower buds open up in hollow rosettes, each with 80-90 petals. The Rene Goscinny roses have a wonderful fruity aroma.
- Shape : Classical garden rose
- Color : Mango / peach / orange
- Petal Count : 80+
- Diameter : 13 cm
- Fragrance : Gentle and soft apricot scent
- Vase Life : 5-7 days
- Breeder : Meilland
- Plant name : Meifrypon
DID YOU KNOW
The Story behind the Rose Rene Goscinny
Who was René Goscinny?
René Goscinny was a French comics editor and writer, who is best known internationally for the comic book Astérix, which he created with illustrator Albert Uderzo, and for his work on the comic series Lucky Luke with Morris (considered the series’ golden age) and Iznogoud with Jean Tabary.
Goscinny died at 51, in Paris of cardiac arrest on 5 November 1977, during a routine stress test at his doctor’s office. In accordance with his will, most of his money was transferred to the chief rabbinate of France.
After Goscinny’s death in 1977, Uderzo continued to produce the Astérix series, although at a much slower pace, until passing the series over in 2011 to Jean-Yves Ferri (script) and Didier Conrad (art).
In a tribute to Goscinny, Uderzo gave his likeness to one of the characters in L’Odyssée d’Astérix (“Asterix and the Black Gold”).