Ringo® Rose Rosa x

Ringo® Rose Rosa x

$24.95Price

Recognized with numerous awards* the world over, we are delighted to finally bring Ringo® rose to North American gardeners. This truly special rose is awash in sunny yellow blooms, each graced with a bold red ring in the center. As the blooms age, they fade to white with a pink ring, continuing the effect. Sturdy and disease resistant, this pretty rose gives a long-lasting performance, year after year, with little care or maintenance required. 

 

Top reasons to grow Ringo® rose:

- Big, single, bright yellow flowers each have a bold red ring in the center for a dazzling visual effect in the landscape or garden.

- Disease resistant and robust.

- Deadheading not required for continuous blooms.

*Awards: Silver certificate, The Hague Rose Trials 2017; Novelty award, New Zealand Rose Trials 2016; Public award, The Hague Rose Trials 2016; First prize, Lyon Rose Trials 2015; Gold Standard, Gold Standard Rose Trials, 2015; RNRS Certificate of Merit, 2014

 

Continuous Bloom or Rebloomer 

Disease Resistant 

Deadheading Not Necessary 

 

CHARACTERISTICS

Plant Type: Shrub  

Shrub Type: Deciduous  

Height Category: Medium  

Garden Height: 36 - 48 Inches  

Spacing: 36 - 48 Inches  

Spread: 36 - 48 Inches  

Flower Colors: Red, Yellow 

 

Flower Shade: Yellow with red ring in center  

Foliage Colors: Green  

Foliage Shade: Green  

Habit: Upright  

Container Role: Filler 

PLANT NEED:Light Requirement: 

 Sun: Maintenance Category: Easy 

Blooms On: New Wood 

Bloom Time: Summer through Fall 

Hardiness Zones: 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b

Water Category: Average 

Uses: Border Plant 

 Cut Flower Landscape, Mass Planting, Specimen or Focal Point 

 

Uses Notes: 

This versatile, floriferous rose can be grown on its own, as a hedge, or in a garden among other perennials, shrubs, or roses for an easy care display of consistent color.

 

Maintenance Notes: 

This rose does not need deadheading (i.e., there's no need to remove old flowers) in order to keep blooming. As for pruning, it's a good idea to cut the whole plant back by about half to one-third its total height in early spring - this removes any thinner buds at the top of the plant, ensuring that the growth for the year comes from the thicker buds further down the stems. Don't sweat it too much - just cut back the stems above where a nice, big bud is emerging.

Though this rose has proven itself resistant to powdery mildew and black spot, proper care and siting is important. Plant where it will get at least six - and ideally, eight or more - hours of bright sun each day. Avoid wetting the leaves when you water, or if you have a sprinkler system, adjust the head so that it waters the soil rather than the plant.