Internet #302577327

Model # ROSPRC2016101

0738793127856

1 Gal. At Last Rose (Rosa) Live Shrub, Orange Flowers

  • Full sun, zones: 5-9, grows 2.5-3 ft. tall and wide
  • Fragrant, orange blossoms bloom summer until frost
  • Disease-resistant and no pruning necessary
$ 31 49

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Product Overview

  • Full sun, zones: 5-9, grows 2.5-3 ft. tall and wide
  • Fragrant, orange blossoms bloom summer until frost
  • Disease-resistant and no pruning necessary
At Last rose from Proven Winners is a delightfully fragrant addition to your landscape. The fully-petaled tea rose is disease-resistant, remaining gorgeous from spring until winter. The soft orange blossoms bloom from late spring until frost. Its vigorous, rounded habit and glossy foliage are perfect for your landscape or flower garden. There is no spraying necessary to maintain this plant. Pruning back by at least one third of its total height each early spring keeps the roses looking their best.
  • 2.5-3 ft. tall and wide at maturity
  • Full sun (6+ hours) required
  • Hardy in zones 5-9, be sure to check your USDA zone to ensure success
  • 1 Gallon shrubs are 6-14 in. tall and about 1-year old at shipment, varies by season and plant
  • Shrubs shipped from November through April will arrive dormant. Shrubs shipped April through October will arrive green or in bloom.
  • Shrubs shipped from November through April will arrive dormant; shrubs shipped April through October will arrive green or in bloom

Product Overview

  • Full sun, zones: 5-9, grows 2.5-3 ft. tall and wide
  • Fragrant, orange blossoms bloom summer until frost
  • Disease-resistant and no pruning necessary
Model #: ROSPRC2016101
Internet #: 302577327

At Last rose from Proven Winners is a delightfully fragrant addition to your landscape. The fully-petaled tea rose is disease-resistant, remaining gorgeous from spring until winter. The soft orange blossoms bloom from late spring until frost. Its vigorous, rounded habit and glossy foliage are perfect for your landscape or flower garden. There is no spraying necessary to maintain this plant. Pruning back by at least one third of its total height each early spring keeps the roses looking their best.

  • 2.5-3 ft. tall and wide at maturity
  • Full sun (6+ hours) required
  • Hardy in zones 5-9, be sure to check your USDA zone to ensure success
  • 1 Gallon shrubs are 6-14 in. tall and about 1-year old at shipment, varies by season and plant
  • Shrubs shipped from November through April will arrive dormant. Shrubs shipped April through October will arrive green or in bloom.
  • Shrubs shipped from November through April will arrive dormant; shrubs shipped April through October will arrive green or in bloom

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
36 in
Mature Width (in.)
36

Details

Additional Characteristics
Disease Resistant
Average Shipping Height (in.)
6
Best Time to Plant
Spring
Bloom Shape
Flat
Blossom Color
Orange
Botanical Name
Rosa
Common Name
Rose
Fragrance
Fragrant
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
5 (-20 to -10 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Petal Count
Full (26-40 Petals)
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
36
Returnable
180-Day
Rose Type
Shrub
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
36 in
Mature Width (in.)
36

Details

Additional Characteristics
Disease Resistant
Average Shipping Height (in.)
6
Best Time to Plant
Spring
Bloom Shape
Flat
Blossom Color
Orange
Botanical Name
Rosa
Common Name
Rose
Fragrance
Fragrant
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
5 (-20 to -10 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Petal Count
Full (26-40 Petals)
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
36
Returnable
180-Day
Rose Type
Shrub
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

Where does it go? Full sun, shade,part sun.

Where does it go? Full sun, shade,part sun.
Asked by: Calr
The tag says full sun, I have mine against the house in shade (in a large planter.) if it starts to fail I’ll have to move it.
Answered by: Angela
Date published: 2019-05-08

I live in zone 10...is this a compatible flower?

I live in zone 10...is this a compatible flower?
Asked by: Skydot44
As I read again about this Rose online, it is rated for zones 5 through 9. I wondered why not zone 10? I googled a search and there are roses that do well in zone 10. It seems that many roses need a certain amount of winter chilling in order to produce plenty of bloom during the growing season. Zone 10 does not have enough winter chill for many varieties which is why this rose is not rated for zone 10. It is amazing how climate affects performance, I could not get a John F Kennedy rose bud to open out here in the Pacific Northwest because our evenings do not stay warm enough in the summer. I ripped it out. I don't see them sold in nurseries out here anymore. It is good that you are paying attention to the zone. Buy a bush rated for your zone
Answered by: KathleenLS
Date published: 2019-10-18

How deep and wide will the roots grow? Deep enough to get into the sewer lines?

Asked by: RSO4
Rose roots are not invasive to sewer lines and are generally as deep as 2 feet and a litter wider than the shrub itself so probably at most 3 feet wide.
Answered by: KathleenLS
Date published: 2019-10-18

Can I keep it in a pot all year round? I’m in zone 4 and prefer the versatility and safety of a p...

Can I keep it in a pot all year round? I’m in zone 4 and prefer the versatility and safety of a pot instead of putting shrub in ground.
Asked by: Container
The Proven Winners website has information on this rose as far as where as it suggests planting it. Container is listed as a possibility. This Rose is rated for zone 5-9. You live in zone 4 so this Rose would not survive in the ground all winter. A pot that is above ground gets even colder. I have googled "winterize container roses in zone 4" and there is some great advice on how to do this. It means bringing the pot into a sheltered area that stays warmer than the outdoors.
Answered by: KathleenLS
Date published: 2019-10-18
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