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Sunny Sky Rose - Rose of the Year 2016

Sunny Sky Rose - Rose of the Year 2016

£13.95
Sunny Sky Rose - Rose of the Year 2016
Sunny Sky Rose - Rose of the Year 2016 Sunny Sky Rose - Rose of the Year 2016
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Quick Overview

2016 Rose of the Year 

  • Low maintenance and disease resistant
  • An absolute classic shrub for today's garden
  • A fully hardy, high quality rose
Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
81cm - 100cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
5 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
80cm
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
Yellow
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Very Quick
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Sunny Sky Rose of the Year 2016  A Hybrid Tea Rose producing yellow, fruity fragranced, elegant flowers early summer and late summer/early autumn   A low maintenance, highly disease resistant rose perfect for the reluctant or novice gardner.  This rose is the perfect addition to any garden.

What to expect The rose is planted in a 3.5 litre container with a label detailing care instructions.  The roses have been pruned back to get ready for the new season.  

 

Voted Rose of the Year 2016 at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Pruning - Roses can be pruned during later winter (February and March) when growth is just resuming.  Roses should be dead headed after flowering later Summer/early Autumn.

Soil - Fertile - humus rich and moist

Suitable for container planting - yes

Growth speed - Fast Growing

Flowering period - June to September/early October

Planting position - Full sun through to semi shade

Evergreen - No

Winter Hardy - Fully Hardy

Roses will grow in almost any soil as long as it is well drained.  We would advise putting some well-rotten manure into the planting area.  

Roses are deep rooted so make sure you dig a deep enough hole - approximately twice as wide as the roots.  If planting them in a container make sure the compost does not dry out by watering regularly.  Feeding the roses is also a good option whether it be specific rose fertiliser or just a general purpose feed.