Therese Bugnet Rose

Rosa 'Thérèse Bugnet'

Plant Details:

Plant Type: Shrub
Plant Family: Rosaceae
Plant Description: Deciduous flowering shrub. Clusters of fragrant light-pink to fuschia flowers bloom in late-spring to early-summer and continue to bloom sporadically throughout the summer. Stems are very thorny. Leaves are green with deep veins and serrated edges. Proper care and pruning will ensure healthy plants with many blossoms.


Maintenance Type: Shrub - Thinning
Plant Care: Shrub - Thinning (woody multi-stemmed plants that lose their leaves every winter and look best on older stems): Prune dead, diseased, or rubbing branches. Pruning is best done in late winter to early spring for most shrubs. With spring blooming shrubs, prune after the blooms are spent. Remove up to 1/3rd of the overall shrub, keeping older branches to build up a sturdy, permanent and picturesque framework. Keep in mind that these shrubs bloom directly on older wood or on shoots that come off old wood. Monitor for pests, diseases, or other ailments on a regular basis.

Plant Attributes:

Mature Size: 4-6' tall and wide
Utah Native: No
Plant Select: No
Pollinator Friendly: Unknown
Localscapes: Foundation Plant, Perimeter Plant
Foliage Interest: No
Foliage Colors: Green
Bloom Colors: Pink
Bloom Seasons: Summer
Bloom Period: Jun - Jul

Growing Conditions:

Hardiness Zone: 3 to 9
Light Requirement: Full Sun (6+ hrs sun)
Irrigation Requirement:     Low (1/2" every 10-14 days)
Salt Tolerant: Unknown
Deer Resistant: Unknown

Garden Location:

  • Maintenance Path
    • Rain Gardening
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
  • Winter