Blush Noisette was introduced by the Noisette family of Charleston, SC, in 1814. It was first mentioned in a guide to rose amateurs in 1877. In Paris, it was claimed that, "perhaps no new rose was ever so much admired as this."
Blush is a continual bloomer, especially abundant in the fall, with the palest of pink rose clusters, a light clovey scent, and almost no thorns. It is especially good for hedging and can also be trained as a patio tree.
Considered a small climber or a tall shrub rose. *Deer Heavily Browse*