Rose Ringo™ Description
New Ringo™ rose (Rosa) sports buttery yellow blooms, each with a red eye in the center, to dazzling effect. No wonder it has won multiple international awards for its beauty and superior performance!
This best selling hybrid has tremendous vigor. It begins blooming in early summer, and continues through late fall. As the blooms come and go, you get a mix of yellow, soft yellow, and white petals with red to pink centers. No need to deadhead for flowering to continue through frost! Like other Proven Winners roses, Ringo is very disease resistant and does not need spraying.
Used alone or in combination with other plants in your garden or landscape, you'll love the hundreds of blooms and low maintenance habit.
Special features: Blooms first year, Cold hardy, Disease resistant, Easy care, Fast growing, Heat tolerant, Long blooming, Multi-seasonal interest, Reblooming, Season extender
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- Botanical name:
- Common name:
Rose, Landscape rose, Shrub rose, Hulthemia
- Zone: 4,5,6,7,8,
- Sun exposure:
Sun (6+ hrs/day)
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- Height x width:
3' x 3'
- Flower color:
Yellow with red centers
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- Bloom season:
Summer - fall
Accent, Border, Container gardening, Cottage gardening, Foundation planting, Ground cover, Hedge, Massing, Ornamental, Specimen
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- Patent #: 28,394
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Soil: Though they can withstand some dryness, roses perform best in well-drained soils with regular water.
Light: At least 5 - 6 hours of direct sun per day for best flowering and disease resistance.
Water: One inch of water per week throughout their first growing season. A generous layer of organic mulch (compost or composted manure) helps keep the soil evenly moist. If weather is dry in the fall, be sure to water roses well. Never allow the foliage to remain wet into the evening; water early in the day.
Spacing: 18 - 36 Inches
Fertilizing: To keep the flowers coming, feed your roses with a fertilizer blended especially for roses. Follow package directions for timing and rates.
Winterizing: Roses definitely benefit from 2-3" of shredded bark mulch for winter. In warm areas, you may prune in fall, winter, or early spring; in cold climates, prune in spring, just as the new growth begins to emerge on the stems.
Maintenance & pruning: Cut the whole plant back by one-third to half its total height in spring. This ensures the growth for the year comes from the big, thick buds the plant created earlier the previous season. Cut just above where a healthy bud is emerging. Deadheading (removing old flowers) is not required but is not harmful if you wish to do so.
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