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Questions and Answers for PROVEN WINNERS 1 Gal. At Last Rose (Rosa) Live Shrub, Orange Flowers

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Model #ROSPRC2016101

Store SKU #1002627597

  • Long blooming Rose with orange flowers from Spring to Fall
  • Plant deciduous shrub in full sunlight; disease resistant
  • Ships at 6-24 in. & can grow up to 2.5-3 ft. when mature

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caret
Q:Are these fragrant, and will they attract bees and butterflies? (There was a hummingbird in my rosegarden yesterday!) Also, are the blooms small, or regular size
by|Jun 14, 2023
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A:  The flowers are mildly fragrant and I see a few butterflies attracted to it. The blooms are regular size.

by|Jun 14, 2023

    A:  Yes fragrant. I just planted last year. Regrowth this year is very slow. There are finally a few buds. Flowers are small but pretty. I picked this rose because it is harder in my zone. I'm happy it has come back because before I would have to buy a new rose every year.

    by|Jun 17, 2023

      A:  I would say that the At Last roses are mildly fragrant They have a pleasant aroma, but not strong like say an American Beauty climbing rose. My At Last bush is about two years old, and it is now about two feet high and two and a half feet in diameter. It does attract bees, but I have never seen a butterfly or a humming bird near it. The blooms when fully opened are about three inches in diameter. It has pink and ivory to yellow petals, and it is really lovely in flower arrangements.

      by|Jun 14, 2023
        caret
        Q:When are you going to get bareroot roses for sale in Honolulu?
        by|Jan 28, 2022
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        A:  You have the same weather year found so it shouldn’t matter

        by|Feb 1, 2022

          A:  Hi Rose. Thank you for your question. Our Proven Winners bareroot roses are full sun, zones: USDA 5-9. All of Hawaii is in USDA zone 11. Please check with your local Home Depot for more information regarding stocking of bare root roses. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC

          by|Jan 28, 2022
          caret
          Q:What zones is recommended. Is this good for potted plant growth
          by|Jun 14, 2021
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          A:  Hardiness Zones: 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a Garden Height: 30 – 36 Inches Spread: 30 – 36 Inches It's a shrub rose, but with pruning it should work fine in a large pot. It is quite a small plant when it arrives - about one foot tall or less (see photo). Not a #1 rose. Be sure you have room for a large pot - when it's mature, it will need a planter pot at least 18" wide.

          by|May 31, 2023
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          A:  Hi Borags, Thank you for asking! Proven Winners At Last Rose is hardy in zones 5 - 9. You can certainly grow it in a container. We recommend choosing a planter that is double the size of the original container of the plant. For permanent shrub plantings, the container you chose must be weatherproof; that is, it must be made of a material that will not break, crack, or flake when left outdoors over winter. If you have any additional questions, please always feel free to reach us at helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com or (734) 654-7485. Happy Gardening! Nikki

          by|Jan 3, 2023
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            A:  I put mine in large deep pots and they are doing very well. I live in zone 8. Pretty sure they would do well in just about any zone.

            by|Apr 25, 2023
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              A:  Non

              by|Jul 8, 2021

                A:  No. It was destroyed when I received it.

                by|Aug 27, 2021
                  caret
                  Q:Is the AT Last Rose truly thornless mini rose? Does it grow well in 8" pot?
                  by|May 14, 2021
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                  A:  Hello Mnrose, thank you for asking. We are happy to help! We do not classify our Proven Winners At Last Rose as thornless, it will have thorns on the stems. Depending on what size plant you purchase, we recommend putting into a pot that is at a few inches larger than the plant size. If you have any additional questions please feel free to reach out to us at (734)654-7485 or helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com. Kind Regards, Allie

                  by|May 17, 2021

                    A:  My At Last Rose (Rosa) Live Shrub, Orange Flowers is dead when I opened the package!

                    by|Jun 18, 2023
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                      A:  Thornless? No, definitely not! Mine is quite thorny. If you plan to keep it in a pot indefinitely, use a pot at least 18" wide. That's the min. for a potted rose.

                      by|Jun 28, 2022
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                        A:  These can get really big. I would recommend a much larger pot or in ground.

                        by|May 31, 2023
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                          A:  Not thornless BUt 8 inches is too small of a pot

                          by|Jun 3, 2023
                          caret
                          Q:Do these do well in mostly shade
                          by|May 9, 2021
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                          A:  no

                          by|Nov 11, 2021

                          A:  They do better in a mostly sun but will take some dappled shade

                          by|May 10, 2021

                          A:  All roses need at least 4 hours of sunlight a day to bloom. You can grow a rose in shade, but you will get few or no blooms.

                          by|Jun 28, 2022
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                            A:  Hello Evakre59, Thank you for asking! At Last Rose has a full sunlight requirement 6+ hours daily, so it is not likely it will survive in mostly shade conditions. Check out our Nonstop Fire Tuberous Begonia for a beautiful shade thriving plant. I hope this helps! If you have any additional questions, please reach out to us at 734-654-7485 or helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com. Kind regards, Tabatha

                            by|Oct 28, 2023
                              caret
                              Q:I just got the one galon at last rose. I live in zone 9B. I meant to keep it grow in the pot it came with when I bought it, but I noticed the pot was so small after it arrived. Should I transplant it into a bigger pot? If so, any suggestions on the pot size? I also noticed it was slim and tall. Is it safe it prune it 1/3 down at this time of the season in 9B? Thank you so much. I’d really apprecate your help.
                              by|Apr 24, 2021
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                              A:  Hello Lucy, thank you for asking. We are happy to help. Proven Winners At Last Rosa can be kept in a pot, we recommend a container a few inches larger than the current plant size. We recommend to prune back by at least one-third of its total height each early spring, just as the new buds begin to emerge on the stems. Fertilize with Proven Winners Continuous Release Plant Food in spring and mid-summer. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to us at (734)654-7485 or helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com. Kind Regards, Allie

                              by|Apr 27, 2021

                                A:  If you plan to keep it in a pot indefinitely, you'll need a pot at least 18" wide. That's the minimum size for a potted rose. You can wait until January to prune it.

                                by|May 30, 2021
                                  caret
                                  Q:Is this plant drought resistant? Deer resistant?
                                  by|Aug 25, 2020
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                                  A:  Yes

                                  by|Apr 22, 2021

                                    A:  No rose bush is deer resistant.

                                    by|May 3, 2021

                                      A:  Hi JSC, Thank you for asking. At Last rose is not drought tolerant or deer resistant. However, it is wonderfully fragrant and disease resistant. For drought tolerance and deer resistance I recommend checking out our Roses of Sharon, like Pink and Blue Chiffon. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us at helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com or (734)654-7485. Kind Regards, Shae

                                      by|Aug 26, 2020

                                        A:  I've never heard of a deer-resistant rose. You're better off keeping the deer away with a Scarecrow sprinkler or Deer Out spray, or some similar measure. All roses need regular, deep watering. They are not drought resistant.

                                        by|May 30, 2021
                                          caret
                                          Q:This rose is beautiful, came with 4 buds, ot has grown alot and now is loaded with buds, but the leaves on the bottom are turning yellow rapidly.
                                          by|Mar 4, 2020
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                                          A:  One possible cause is heat stress if the pot is sitting on concrete that's sending radiant heat up to the lower branches. If that's the case, put the pot on a plant stand or set it in a cooler area (not deep shade, though). Another cause is that the upper branches are shading the lower ones, and the lower ones aren't getting enough light and are turning yellow. I hope this helps. Google "yellow leaves on rose" for more information.

                                          by|May 30, 2021

                                            A:  Received only 3 out of 4, half dead soil loose end roots loose...when I hope ed it it was brown.....paid 30.00 each rose, what a waste of money....and this is the second order....very poor condition for what I paid....O will never ordered thru mail/UPS online again......

                                            by|Jul 15, 2023
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                                              A:  Hi Roxy, Yellowing leaves can mean the plant is being over or under watered. Be sure to check the soil before you water and wait until the top few inches of soil is dry to water deeply. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us at helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com or (734) 654-7485. Best regards, Shae

                                              by|Mar 5, 2020

                                                A:  You either have them on the ground or you are over watering.

                                                by|Jul 7, 2022
                                                caret
                                                Q:Does this rose need to be dead headed
                                                by|Jan 5, 2020
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                                                A:  Beth, dead heading is always a good idea with any roses they will put on more blooms if you do this

                                                by|Apr 21, 2021

                                                A:  yes it does, it will bloom more and longer if dead headed

                                                by|May 10, 2021

                                                A:  Hi Beth, To keep At Last Rose 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. It may be deadheaded if desired, but this is not required for continuous bloom. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us at helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com or (734) 654-7485. Best regards, Amanda

                                                by|Mar 31, 2021
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                                                  A:  Yes.

                                                  by|May 3, 2021

                                                    A:  Most roses will benefit from being deadheaded, but if you don't, it's not going to damage the bush. You may get fewer blooms, because the rose will put its energy into producing rose hips instead of new blooms. Deadhead by cutting to the first 5-leaf stem.

                                                    by|May 22, 2023
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                                                      caret
                                                      Q:I live in zone 10...is this a compatible flower?
                                                      by|Apr 18, 2019
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                                                      A:  No, this flower is not compatible in Zone 10.

                                                      by|Apr 19, 2019
                                                        1 found this answer helpful

                                                        A:  yes

                                                        by|Apr 23, 2019

                                                          A:  Hi Skydot44, At Last Rose is hardy in zones 5-9. Since you are only one zone outside you can try planting it, just be sure to give plenty of water and plant it where it receives protection from the afternoon sun. It's not guaranteed to thrive, but it is possible. If you have any more questions, feel free to contact us on our hotline (734) 654-7485. Best regards, Amanda

                                                          by|Apr 23, 2020
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                                                            A:  where do i find the zones

                                                            by|Aug 28, 2020

                                                              A:  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

                                                              by|Sep 23, 2020
                                                                1 found this answer helpful

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                                                                Rose TypeShrubShrubShrubShrub
                                                                Hardiness Zone5 (-20 to -10 F), 9 (20 to 30 F)5 (-20 to -10 F), 6 (-10 to 0 F), 7 (0 to 10 F), 8 (10 to 20 F), 9 (20 to 30 F)10 (30 to 40 F), 11 (40 to 50 F), 5 (-20 to -10 F), 6 (-10 to 0 F), 7 (0 to 10 F), 8 (10 to 20 F), 9 (20 to 30 F)10 (30 to 40 F), 11 (40 to 50 F), 4 (-30 to -20 F), 5 (-20 to -10 F), 6 (-10 to 0 F), 7 (0 to 10 F), 8 (10 to 20 F), 9 (20 to 30 F)
                                                                Additional CharacteristicsDisease ResistantDisease ResistantDisease ResistantDisease Resistant
                                                                Sun ToleranceFull SunFull SunFull SunFull Sun
                                                                Common Name FamilyRoseRoseRoseRose
                                                                Bloom SeasonFall, SummerSummerFall, Spring, SummerFall, Spring, Summer
                                                                Petal CountFull (26-40 Petals)Double (17-25 Petals)Single (4-8 Petals)Single (4-8 Petals)
                                                                Water RequirementsTwice a weekTwice a weekWhen soil is dryWhen soil is dry
                                                                Bloom ShapeFlatCuppedCuppedFlat
                                                                Mature Height (in.)36 in.24 in.54 in.42 in.
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