What I see…
Dreamy and romantic.
Soft and luxurious.
Petal after petal.
A little elusive.
But altogether lovely and calming.
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points of interest
This round and bushy floribunda shrub rose blooms continuously throughout the season with clusters of peachy-pink, ruffled blooms. Stems are prickly and shiny green leaves are arranged in leaflets. The fragrance is light apple, and this is the sister seedling to the deep yellow ‘Sparkle & Shine’, which it pairs with nicely in the garden. Great for borders and along walkways.
Locate in moist, well-drained soil in full sun. Fertilize monthly with rose specific products. Aside from deadheading, prune in late winter or early spring by cutting back main stems to 10-18” above the ground and reducing side shoots to 2-3 buds. Mulch crown in colder climates.
Botanical Name | Rosa ‘Jump for Joy’
Family | Rosaceae
Type | Deciduous Shrub
Origin | garden hybrid
Zone | 6-10
Flower Height | 3-4’
Flower Diameter | 3-4"
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