Rose Suñorita® Description
A fuss-free rose with exceptional color and beauty – that’s Suñorita® rose from Proven Winners. This is a vigorous, disease-resistant shrub rose, which means that it naturally grows with a dense, blocky shape that makes it very easy to incorporate into landscapes and gardens. All summer long, it is covered in elegantly sculptural orange-yellow blooms. They emerge from flower buds tinged with red that look almost too perfect to be real! Very dark green, glossy foliage makes this much more handsome than other roses which are only grown for their flowers.
Plant Sunorita rose as a specimen, hedge, or foundation plant. However you use it, you’ll find its non-stop blooms and clean foliage establishes it firmly head and shoulders above other roses.
Special features: Disease resistant, Long blooming, Deadheading not required
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- Botanical name:
- Common name:
Rose, Shrub rose, Landscape rose
- Sun exposure:
Full sun (min. 6 hrs/day)
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- Soil type:
Not fussy about pH. Thrives in moist, well-drained soil.
- Soil moisture:
Average. Can tolerate some dryness, but blooming and vigor will be impacted by drought.
- Height x width:
3-4' tall and wide
- Flower color:
Yellow and orange
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- Season of interest:
Hedges, Landscaping, Specimen, Rose garden, Flower garden
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Soil: Roses do best in well-drained soil with consistent moisture. Though they can shoulder through periods of hot, dry weather, too much drought will negatively impact flowering. Not terribly fussy about soil pH.
Light: Full sun (6+ hrs/day) is required for best blooming and disease resistance.
Water: Average to abundant (as long as soil is well-drained).
Space: Min. 4' apart
Fertilizing: If desired, fertilize in early spring, once the ground has thawed, with a granular rose fertilizer. A second application may be made in late spring/early summer as well.
Winterizing: No special care required, aside from the standard 2-3" layer of shredded bark mulch. Proven Winners roses are not grafted so do not require the extensive winter care you may be accustomed to providing roses.
Maintenance: In spring, cut back to just above where big, healthy buds are emerging. This ensures that the growth for the season will be thick and vigorous. You can cut back as much as one-half of the total plant. Deadheading is not required for continuous bloom.
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