It is in 1845, in Lyon, that Claude Ducher organised the first world exhibition ever dedicated to the queen of flowers. The same year, he created his rose nursery and will be internationally recognised.
Ducher's roses have gone through the centuries: 'Marie Van Houtte', 'Reve d'Or', 'Gloire de Ducher', 'Ducher', 'Mademoiselle Cecile Brunner', and many others are still cultivated all around the world.
Continuing the family tradition, Florence and Fabien Ducher carry on the tradition of creating unique and marvellous roses, sharing professional expertise to keep your rose garden beautiful and vibrant for years to come. All our roses are grafted on Rosa laxa rootstock. They are adapted to any type of soil, even the most limestone.
Our roses, grafted on Rosa laxa, are suitable for limestone soils.
By planting our bare root roses now, you will have flowers this spring.