Jacqueline du Pré Rose Rosa Jacqueline du Pré = 'Harwanna' (S)

👤 Non-toxic to humans
🐾 Non-toxic to pets
🌸 Blooming
🍪 Not edible
‍🌱 Hard-care
rose [Jacqueline du Pré]


The Jacqueline du Pré rose is a refined and distinct plant known for its beautiful blossoms and lush foliage. Its flowers are a pure white with striking golden stamens at the center, creating an elegant contrast that is both eye-catching and serene. Each blossom is delicately shaped with a loose and informal arrangement of petals that often resemble an open cup, giving the flowers a romantic, old-fashioned feel. The foliage of the Jacqueline du Pré rose plant is equally attractive, typically glossy and deep green, providing a stunning backdrop for its blooms. The leaves are often dense and lush, contributing to the overall beauty and health of the plant. The branches in which the leaves and flowers sit upon can be long and arching, setting the stage for the roses to be prominently displayed when in bloom. Throughout its blooming season, the Jacqueline du Pré rose can be a showstopper in any garden, with its white flowers offering a striking contrast against the green foliage. The combination of the flower's shape, color, and contrasting stamens make it a favorite among garden enthusiasts for adding a touch of elegance to their landscapes.

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About this plant

  • memoNames

    • Family


    • Synonyms

      Jacqueline du Pré Rose

    • Common names

      Rosa 'Harwanna'.

  • skullToxicity

    • To humans

      The rose is generally considered non-toxic to humans. However, though not poisonous, eating large quantities of rose petals, leaves, or hips may cause stomach discomfort, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea due to the plant's fibrous plant matter and natural compounds. It is always best to avoid ingesting plants not meant for consumption.

    • To pets

      Roses are typically non-toxic to pets. Ingesting parts of a rose bush, primarily the stems and leaves, can lead to minor gastrointestinal irritation due to the plant's thorns and fibrous material. This irritation might manifest as drooling, vomiting, or diarrhea. However, consumption of significant quantities is rare due to the plant's thorny nature.

  • infoCharacteristics

    • Life cycle


    • Foliage type


    • Color of leaves


    • Flower color


    • Height

      4 feet (1.2 meters)

    • Spread

      3 feet (0.9 meters)

    • Plant type


    • Hardiness zones


    • Native area



  • money-bagGeneral Benefits

    • Enhances Aesthetic Appeal: The Rosa 'Jacqueline du Pré' adds beauty to gardens with its attractive white flowers that have a delicate pink blush and prominent golden stamens.
    • Attracts Pollinators: The plant is excellent for attracting bees and other beneficial insects, which are essential for pollination and maintaining a healthy garden ecosystem.
    • Offers Fragrance: This variety of rose is known for its delightful fragrance, which can enhance the sensory experience of a garden.
    • Long Blooming Season: These roses typically have a long flowering period, providing color and interest throughout the growing season.
    • Creates Cut Flowers: The roses are suitable for cutting and can be used in floral arrangements to decorate interiors.
    • Adapts to Various Soils: 'Jacqueline du Pré' rose is relatively adaptable to different soil types, though it prefers well-drained loamy soil.
    • Supports Wildlife: The plant can provide habitat and nesting sites for various wildlife, including birds.
    • Hardy Nature: This rose is known for its hardiness and is capable of withstanding various climate conditions after being established.
    • Can Be Trained: The plant's growth habit allows it to be trained as a climber or pruned to maintain a shrub form, offering flexibility in garden design.

  • medicalMedical Properties

    This plant is not used for medical purposes.

  • windAir-purifying Qualities

    This plant is not specifically known for air purifying qualities.

  • leavesOther Uses

    • Rosa Jacqueline du Pré can be used in the production of natural dyes, with petals providing varying shades of color for fabrics and crafts.
    • The hips of the rose can be used to make jellies, jams, and syrups, adding a unique flavor to culinary creations.
    • Flower petals can be added to potpourri mixes to provide a natural and delicate fragrance to rooms.
    • The rose can be used in perfumery, as its petals have a subtle and appealing scent that can be extracted for use in fragrances.
    • Dried rose petals from this variety can be used to create eco-friendly confetti for weddings and celebrations.
    • When planted as part of a garden hedge, this rose can act as a natural barrier, providing privacy and deterring trespassers with its thorns.
    • An infusion of the petals can be used as a natural rinse for lightening hair or adding highlights, depending on the hair's original color.
    • The petals can be used in crafting homemade rose water, which is ideal for culinary uses or as a refreshing facial toner.
    • Rosa Jacqueline du Pré can be used as a natural colorant in homemade soaps, giving them a gentle pink hue and a light rose scent.
    • The rose can contribute to a compost heap, where its organic matter helps to create rich soil for future planting.

Interesting Facts

  • bedFeng Shui

    The Rose is not specifically used in Feng Shui practice.

  • aquariusZodiac Sign Compitability

    The Rose is not used in astrology practice.

  • spiralPlant Symbolism

    • Love - The rose is universally known as a symbol for love. It often conveys deep emotion, affection, and desire.
    • Beauty - With its elegant form and stunning petals, a rose embodies beauty and perfection.
    • Honor - In many cultures, giving a rose is a way to show respect and honor someone's achievements.
    • Devotion - Roses can represent a commitment or dedication to a cause or person.
    • Mystery - Certain rose colors, like deep reds, can signify mystery and an invitation to uncover the unknown.
    • Balance - The harmonious structure of the rose suggests balance, reminding us of the need for order and harmony in life.

Every week
2500 - 10000 Lux
Every 2-3 years
Spring-Early Summer
As needed
  • water dropWater

    The Jacqueline du Pré rose should be watered deeply once a week, providing about 1 to 1.5 gallons of water each time during the growing season. In hot, dry periods, increase the frequency to twice per week. Ensure the water penetrates the soil to about 18 inches to encourage deep root growth. Decrease watering to every two weeks in the fall and limit watering in the winter to prevent the roots from sitting in too much moisture.

  • sunLight

    The Jacqueline du Pré rose thrives in full sunlight with at least 6 hours of direct, unfiltered light per day. It's best planted where it can receive morning sunlight, which dries dew from the leaves and helps prevent fungal diseases. The plant can tolerate partial shade, but too little light may reduce flowering and vigor.

  • thermometerTemperature

    The Jacqueline du Pré rose performs best in temperatures between 55°F to 75°F. It's hardy and can survive winter temperatures down to about 20°F but requires protection if the temperature falls below this mark. During the summer, the rose can tolerate temperatures up to 90°F but may require additional watering to cope with the heat.

  • scissorsPruning

    Prune the Jacqueline du Pré rose to maintain shape, remove dead or diseased wood, and encourage vigorous growth. The best time for major pruning is in early spring, just as the buds begin to swell. Remove any canes that are thinner than a pencil, and cut back remaining canes by about one-third to one-half their length. Light pruning and deadheading can be done throughout the blooming season to promote continuous flowering.

  • broomCleaning

    As needed

  • bambooSoil

    Jacqueline du Pré Rose thrives in well-draining loamy soil with a pH range of 5.5 to 7.0. An ideal mix includes two parts loam to one part peat moss and one part aged compost to provide ample nutrients and drainage.

  • plantRepotting

    Jacqueline du Pré Roses, being garden plants, don't require repotting. They should be planted in a permanent outdoor location where they can grow without the need for repotting.

  • water dropsHumidity & Misting

    Jacqueline du Pré Roses prefer outdoor conditions with average humidity. They do not require specific humidity levels but should be planted where there is good air circulation to avoid issues with high humidity, like fungal diseases.

  • pinSuitable locations

    • Indoor

      Not ideal for indoor growth; needs full sun, well-draining soil.

    • Outdoor

      Plant in full sun, fertile soil, ensure adequate water, space well.

    • Hardiness zone

      5-9 USDA

  • circleLife cycle

    The Jacqueline du Pré rose starts its life as a dormant bare-root plant or potted nursery specimen and is best planted in early spring or late fall. Upon planting, it enters a growth phase where roots establish and shoots emerge, during which adequate water and care will encourage healthy development. As temperatures warm, the rose bush produces lush, green foliage and eventually buds, which bloom into its characteristic creamy white flowers with a pink blush in late spring to summer. After the flowering period, if the faded blooms are not deadheaded, it can set hips that contain seeds, leading to a potential seedling stage if conditions allow. Throughout the growing season, this repeat-flowering rose may bloom several times, provided it receives proper maintenance like pruning and feeding. Come winter, the rose bush enters dormancy, during which it rests and conserves energy for the next cycle of growth in the following spring.

  • sproutPropogation

    • Propogation time

      Spring-Early Summer

    • Propogation: The Rosa Jacqueline du Pré, commonly known as Jacqueline du Pré rose, is best propagated by semi-hardwood cuttings. This method involves taking cuttings from the rose bush during the late summer or early fall. To do this, a grower would select healthy, pencil-width stems that have recently bloomed and cut them into lengths of about 6 to 8 inches (15 to 20 cm). The lower leaves are removed, and the cut end is often dipped in rooting hormone to encourage root development. The prepared cutting is then planted in a well-draining soil mix, kept moist, and covered with a plastic bag or placed in a propagator to maintain humidity. Roots usually develop within several weeks, after which the new plant can be gradually acclimated to less humid conditions before being planted out in the garden.