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Queen Of Elegance Rose Bush

SKU: BR2025
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The blooms on this rose are overflowing with that classic rose smell. The flowers open like a cup, packed with tons of petals for a very full flower form.

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Cultivar: Queen of Elegance
Class: Floribunda

Roses can smell like anything from fruits to herbs to licorice, but there's one perfume—that classic rose smell—we're all looking for. Well, the blooms on this rose are overflowing with that aroma. The flowers open like a cup, packed with tons of petals for a very full flower form. It's a floribunda, so instead of one bloom per stem, you'll get about 3–4 flowers per cluster. Growing on a very straight, upright bush, this cultivar will provide floral abundance through summer, a remarkable addition to the landscape. Even as they mature, the blooms retain their color very well without burning in the sun, which is good news for a pink rose.


Sun Needs: Roses bloom the best in full sun. Choose a location with at least 6 hours of sun per day. Morning sun is more kind to the plant.
Soil/Water Needs: Rich, sandy loam is the preferred soil for roses. Amend difficult soils with humus, or consider building up the beds to ensure good drainage. Roses will not tolerate soggy, wet roots. Provide a slow, deep soaking with each irrigation. Sandy soils require more watering than clay soils. Hot temperatures should prompt more frequent irrigation. Only wet the foliage in very early morning hours.
Planting and Care Tip:
Intense Fragrance
Full Blooms
Upright & Vigorous

Quick Facts

Flower Color: Pink
Flower Form: Balance of single flowers and flower clusters
Growth Habit: 4 to 5 feet
Fragrance: Classic, Strong
Pruning: On established plants removing spent blooms will encourage more flowers. Prune dramatically in early spring, after the danger of frost has passed and before new growth has begun.

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