Posted On July 30, 2012
When I first bought this rose plant, the local rose lovers said the name is Dcarpet. The petals are bright velvety red, like a thick carpet. Later on I found out that its exhibition name is Lavaglut.
Info taken from helpmefind.com:
Dark red Floribunda.
Registration name: KORlech
Exhibition name: Lavaglut
Bred by Reimer Kordes (Germany, 1978).
Dark red. Mild fragrance. 24 petals. Average diameter 2.5″. Medium, full (26-40 petals), cluster-flowered, in large clusters, exhibition, globular bloom form. Blooms in flushes throughout the season.
Medium, upright. Glossy foliage.
Height of 2′ to 3′ (60 to 90 cm).
Some detailed description taken from justourpictures.com about Lavaglut:
The Lavaglut rose is an exemplary little plant. It forms a beautifully rounded bush about 3 1/2 ft tall and wide, which bears large bouquets of smallish, dark red blooms. The neatness of the plant form and the dependably moderate size of the bush make it an ideal landscape plant which will not outgrow its placement.
Lavaglut is rather late starting up, but once underway, it is a most dependable source of unfading color. The blooms are initially slightly cupped, and open to two inches wide, lasting almost longer than seems possible. The first flush of bloom is most pleasing, but over time more and more of these deeply colored, very long-lasting bouquets will adorn the plant.