Slap a layer of the brightest red onto a backside of darkest yellow, and set it atop the greenest, glossiest leaves. Better yet, the flowers hold on to their attention-getting tones to the very end. Tidy enough to tuck into a landscape, lend an accent to a container or top a rose tree. You want fries with that?
Rose trees are not actually a class of rose. A rose plant is grafted onto a straight trunk, giving a treelike appearance, with an initial shape almost like a lollipop. The tree will take on the shaping characteristics of the rose used on the graft (climbing, floribunda, grandiflora, etc). Elegant and formal, they add a grandeur and sophistication in the landscape. Will also be gorgeous in a container. Will grow to around 4 feet tall.
- Class – Floribunda
- Plant Habit – Medium
- Growth Habit – Rounded & Bushy
- Plant Height – 35 – 47″
- Foliage Color – Glossy green
- Flower Color – Ketchup red/mustard yellow bicolor
- Flower Size – Up to 4-inch diameter