Rose (Bush) Nostalgia - Bare Root Growing Chart
- Plant Outdoors
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Rose (Bush) Nostalgia - Bare Root
- Rare white and red hybrid tea selection
- Fully fragrant and colour-changing
- Recommended by Royal Horticultural Society
Get hold of rose Nostalgia and transport yourself to a scented flower garden of your childhood.
This hardy hybrid tea variety reveals lots of big roses in red and white that give off a delicious scent and offset the glossy green leaves. Rose Nostalgia is repeat-flowering from June to September filling your summer garden with heady scent and beautiful flowers every year.
Partner rose Nostalgia with tall perennials in a flower bed for an impressive display of tall and confident flowers such as nearby Acanthus, phlox and Verbena bonariensis.
Enjoy rose Nostalgia in the house as well as in the garden by cutting some of the flowers for vases.
Rose Nostalgia is both hardy to variable UK weather conditions and disease-resistant making it as reliable as it is impactful. Remove the dead-heads of withered blooms on a regular basis and rose Nostalgia will flower continually through the whole of summer.
When your newly planted bare-root plant arrives plant it in a rich, moist soil like John Innes No3 and keep your plant well-watered. When it comes into flower give your plant a weekly liquid feed high in potash for the best flowers.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x Bare Root Bush Rose
- Height Up To: 1m / 3.5ft
Delivery: Mid January to Early March