At Last Rose - Orange Shrub Rose -
This floribunda rose flourishes in an arrangement of glossy, deep green foliage. It flowers throughout the growing season. Its orange apricot colored flowers are self-cleaning. They remain resplendent with color until they shed off, to give space for another bunch of aromatic flowers.
Roses are beautiful. They are just about the most common plants we use for cut flowers. But they come with tiny problems. Most of them are not disease resistant! You have to invest in keeping them healthy. When you find the disease-resistant roses, you end up missing on the fragrance and the beauty.
But here comes the answer to all the “rose problems.’ A rose species that can hold its own in the face of plant diseases and maintain the beautiful rose look that we all adore, plus the fragrance.
The medium-sized deciduous flowering shrub grows well in well drained soils. While conventional roses will need some level of tending to establish themselves, the At Last Rose pretty much finds its way around the growth period. Apart from a little pruning of the leaves by at least a third of the foliage fo shaping, just relax and let it thrive.
Just like other roses, this hardy rose can be used for borders, like potted flowers. You can also buy them for the beautiful cut flowers that you will get whenever you need to. In addition to this, the At Last Rose always works great as an attraction to pollination agents to help your garden bloom. The great thing about all this is the fact that you can buy the At Last Rose online here at GreenwoodNursery.com
At Last® Rosa x 'HORCOGJIL' USPP 27,541, Can 5,631
The At Last Rose is grown in quart size pots.
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- Category: Shrubs, Shrub Roses, Flowering Shrubs
- Plant Type: Deciduous
- Light Requirement: Full Sun
- Soil Condition: Well Drained
- Bloom Season: Summer, Autumn
- Bloom Color: Apricot, Orange
- Mature Height: 3 - 4ft
- Growth Rate: Medium-growing
- Planting Zone: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
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Please Note: Beginning in September, many plants begin to go dormant.
Some plants may have already dropped their leaves, died back to the ground or are beginning to turn yellow when they arrive to you. Deciduous trees, shrubs, perennials and groundcovers do go dormant.
This is a normal stage for plants at this time of the year. Plant upon arrival as roots continue to grow while the ground is warm. Some plants require seasonal maintenance and may have been pruned.