I bought these in April and have had them in the ground for 3 months. It's definitely growing and there are many blooms but we live in a hunid Zone 6a and I'm constantly battling powdery mildew and black spot. I have lots of blooms but they aren't long lasting so I always have petals wound everywhere adding to the moisture problem. They're probably great in drier climates but it's a chore to keep disease away compared to other varieties so I might have to replace these in a year or two once I feel like I've gotten out of them what I paid.
At Last® Rose Rosa x
The optimum amount of sun or shade each plant needs to thrive: Full Sun (6+ hours), Part Sun (4-6 hours), Full Shade (up to 4 hours).
Finally - a fragrant, disease-resistant rose!
It's the dawn of a new day for roses: At Last® combines all the romance of a fragrant, fully-petaled tea rose with the no-nonsense practicality of a disease-resistant landscape rose. No spraying is required to enjoy a non-stop display of large, sweetly perfumed sunset-orange blossoms from late spring through frost. Handsome, glossy foliage and a vigorous, rounded habit makes it ideal for use in the landscape or the flower garden. Now available in garden centers near you!
Top three reasons to grow At Last rose:
- Combines fragrance and disease resistance
- Easy care: no spraying required, no need for fussy pruning.
- Very long blooming, with flowers present from late spring through frost.
At Last rose is featured in our "Scentologist" magazine ad.Best Seller
CharacteristicsPlant Type:ShrubShrub Type:DeciduousHeight Category:MediumGarden Height:30 - 36 InchesSpacing:30 - 36 InchesSpread:30 - 36 InchesFlower Colors:OrangeFoliage Colors:GreenFoliage Shade:Dark GreenHabit:UprightContainer Role:Thriller
Plant NeedsLight Requirement:SunMaintenance Category:EasyBlooms On:New WoodBloom Time:Summer through FallHardiness Zones:5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9aWater Category:AverageNeeds Good DrainageSoil Fertility Requirement:Average SoilUses:Border PlantUses:ContainerUses:Cut FlowerUses:LandscapeUses:Mass PlantingUses:Specimen or Focal PointMaintenance Notes:
This easy-care rose defies conventional expectations of what a rose needs to thrive in your landscape. To keep it looking great, simply prune back by at least one third its total height each early spring, just as the new buds begin to emerge on the stems. Make your cut just above a thick, healthy bud, as these produce the most vigorous growth. It can also be fertilized at this time with a granular rose fertilizer.
The plant may be deadheaded if desired, but this is not required for continuous bloom.At Last® Rosa x 'HORCOGJIL' USPP 27,541, Can 5,631
52143321214Browse reviews from people who have grown this plant.
Kasandra B, Missouri, United States, 23 hours ago
I purchased 4 of these rose bushes for the perfect location that met all the qualifications for success. WRONG! Terribly disappointed with the performance. Petals fall as fast as the plant blooms as it remains green. I would never buy this plant again!Carol, New York, United States, 2 weeks ago
This is the third year for these roses, thought this was the year they would leap, but no such luck. Such a disappointment. The flower itself is beautiful but the stems are weak and spindly and the flowers only last a day or so and shed piles of petals below the plants on a daily basis. This year they bloomed like crazy for about 2-3 weeks at the beginning of the season and no blooms since. One of the plants is yellowing and looks like it has some sort of disease. I am a seasoned gardener. The roses were fed and watered properly. These are in a spot that gets full sun, right in the front of my garden in zone 5. I gave 2 stars because the flower is very beautiful and fragrant when it decides to make an appearance..Vicki, Wisconsin, United States, 2 weeks ago
Zone 5 a I also saw Laura on garden answer say wonderful things about this rose. Well, I wonder if she’d say the same thing now? Mine are on summer number two. The petals drop instantly after it blooms it’s covered in Blackspot and thin limbs make it look frail and sickly. The dropped petals are rather messy looking because there are just so many of them. They just drop and it doesn’t have anything to do with wind or rain. It’s not really a full sun rose. I think southern exposure is too much for them. I plan to move them at the end of the season to the east side of my home where the sun will be a bit more gentle. I gave it a two star only becuase the scent is very nice. One thing…bees do not bother with it unlike my other roses. Not sure why that is.Emily L, Wisconsin, United States, 6 weeks ago
Planted 3 gallon size in the fall zone 6. They are blooming wonderfully in a hot sunny spot. Love the color!Janice, Michigan, United States, 7 weeks ago
I adore these roses! I live in 6B zone and they have thrived in the last 3 years. When I first got them they were about six to eight inches tall, early June of 2018. They bloomed that year a lot, I'm surprised it didn't weigh down the little branches. Now they are quite big and have so many blooms you can't even see branches. The blooms may not last terribly long each, but they are replaced with new blooms very quickly. And the smell is wonderful. When we have the windows open the entire house gets a lovely rose scent. I wish I could add picturesKathryn Berkel, Kentucky, United States, 8 weeks ago
I ordered 1 quart containers and promptly put them in a ground on well prepped ground. These roses are in a spot that will be quite hot and might get a bit neglected so I wanted something tough. We have not done the scorching summer heat just yet but have had some early 90s and they appear very happy with the heat so far. They are already blooming. Giant blooms on little plants and are quite robust. These roses are some of the least finicky starts I have tried. So far everything is excellent and extremely healthy. Roses tend to do well here anyways but sometimes they look a bit disheveled in the middle of the summer when it gets 108 or so. Hopefully these will still put on some blooms.Amy, California, United States, 11 weeks ago
Love this at last rose. Wish I could add a picture. Planted one in 2019, and in 2020 it was beautiful and loaded with flowers. It’s looking really good this spring 2021 and I’m excited to see what it does. Just ordered 8 more. Love them!Flowersfloofs, Michigan, United States, 11 weeks ago
I planted my At Last rose in Spring 2019, which I ordered directly from the Proven Winners website. The first season it remained pretty small and spindly, but I had high hopes for the next season. However, 2020 it stayed small and the branches were still very thin. I have other roses and maintain a fertilization schedule so it's been a bit of a letdown, but I will see how it does this season before considering a replacement as I really do love the color and fragrance of the flowers. It is a productive bloomer, almost more like a floribunda than a shrub rose, but just so small for the space that I expected it to grow into. I'm zone 5b and it's in full sun; I do have clay soil but have been diligently working to amend it and provide fresh compost to my roses.Denae, Illinois, United States, 21 weeks ago
I’ve grown this rose since 2018 in my garden here in SW Massachusetts in the CT river valley (zone 5b-6a/b. The coastal Mass is zones 7a-7b, although, I’ve seen some cape cod areas that are more like a oceanic zone 8a. Anyways, this Rose has done Amazing! It flowers repeatedly, amazing scent. The only downfall I’ve had is just that the flowers seem to fall off quickly once they bloom. Besides that, super easy to take care of & color for many months of the growing season.Nicholas F., Massachusetts, United States, 31 weeks ago