Rosa ‘Domitelle Becor’

Centifolia rose.  It was described as a Provins rose in a report of a visit to William Paul’s Nursery at Cheshunt, and in Les Plus Belles Roses au début du XXe Siécle.  The flowers are large, full, cupped, light pink striped with white, on a vigorous bush.  Paul describes its flowers as bright pink.  [Paul (1863), Amat, Gard. Chron 1853].


Horticultural & Botanical History

Introduced before 1853.  There are many synonyms, mostly relating to the language use, e.g. ‘Dominic Becardo’.


History at Camden Park

Included in a handwritten list of roses dated 1861, probably intended for a new edition of the catalogue that was never printed.  [MP A2943].



Published Feb 12, 2010 - 11:40 AM | Last updated Jul 28, 2011 - 04:45 PM

More details about Rosa ‘Domitelle Becor’
Family Rosaceae
Region of origin

Garden origin, probably France




Common Name
Name in the Camden Park Record

Domitelle Becor


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