A typical cluster flowering floribunda that grows to between hip and chest height.
The stems are clothed with glossy bronze leaves in their young stage. They mature to a deep green as the flowering buds are formed. The semi double blooms are of a bright vermilion orange that takes on an interesting brown tone as they mature. The golden yellow stamens are prominently showed off as the petals of the opening blooms unfold.
|Dimensions||25 × 25 × 45 cm|
Floribundas are the ‘busy bees’ of the garden
The name is derived from latin, meaning ‘flowering in abundance’ or ‘many flowering’.
They flower freely in clusters. The sprays give a stronger floral effect than the individual blooms of Hybrid Teas.
Space them min 0.7 x 0.7m apart.
, bright orange
Bright orange #EE2C2C
Eco-chic™ roses have a natural genetic restisnace to fungal diseases.
grows up to hip height +-1.1m
blooms borne on classic clusters
semi double petalled bloom
looks good and grows well in pots