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Oso Easy® Double Pink Landscape Rose Rosa x

  • Hardy Zones
    • 5 - 9
  • Exposure
    • Sun
  • Season
    • Summer
    • Fall
  • Mature Size
    • 18 - 24 Inches
ColorChoice® Flowering Shrubs
Oso Easy® Double Pink Landscape Rose Rosa x
Sun 18 - 24

Features

Imagine your garden with non-stop pink roses!

Oso Easy® Double Pink rose is simply an unstoppable bloomer. In our many years evaluating it, it was rarely without its fully petalled, true pink blooms - it just wants to flower and flower and flower. As great as that is, it wouldn't be enough on its own, as all roses that we consider must prove to be resistant to comon rose maladies like powdery mildew and black spot; Oso Easy Double Pink passed that test with flying colors as well. If you want to enjoy months of flowers with minimal effort, this rose deserves a spot in your landscape. Available in better garden centers in spring 2019.

Top reasons to grow Oso Easy® Double Pink rose:

- This plant just can't stop blooming.

- True pink flowers have a cherry yellow center.

- Excellent disease resistance means good looks and minimal maintenance.

Continuous Bloom or Rebloomer

Characteristics

Duration: 
Shrub
Shrub Type: 
Deciduous
Height Category: 
Short
Garden Height: 
18 - 24 Inches
Spacing: 
18 - 24 Inches
Spread: 
18 - 24 Inches
Flower Colors: 
Pink
Flower Shade: 
Pink
Foliage Colors: 
Green
Foliage Shade: 
Green
Habit: 
Upright
Container Role: 
Filler

Plant Needs

Light Requirement: 
Sun
Maintenance Category: 
Easy
Blooms On: 
New Wood
Bloom Time: 
Summer through Fall
Hardiness Zones: 
5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b
Water Category: 
Average
Soil Fertility Requirement: 
Average Soil
Uses: 
Border Plant
Uses: 
Landscape
Uses: 
Mass Planting
Uses: 
Specimen or Focal Point
Uses Notes: 

Thanks to its easy-care nature and powerful ability to bloom, Oso Easy Double Pink rose makes a nice choice for planting in your landscape or gardens. 

Maintenance Notes: 

Roses flower the most and exhibit the best disease resistance when they get a minimum of 6 (ideally, 8+) hours of sun each day. Good air circulation also helps roses look their best, so avoid planting in stagnant areas or spacing too closely to taller plants. 

Prune back to large, vigorous buds in early spring, when the new growth begins to emerge on the stems. Fall pruning is also an option, particularly for those in warmer climates or where heavy snow loads may be a concern.

 

Oso Easy® Double Pink Rosa x 'MEIRIFTDAY' USPPAF, Can PBRAF
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