Rose (Patio) Claire Marshall - Bare Root Growing Chart
- Plant Outdoors
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Rose (Patio) Claire Marshall - Bare Root
- Patio rose, great for small spaces
- Fragrant and repeat-flowering in clusters
- Multi layers of petals for fragrance and impact
Rose Claire Marshall is a delightful rose variety which gives you lots and lots of clustering blooms of fragrant pink flowers on compact and tidy perfect-for-patio plants. Flowering happily from June right into September Claire Marshall is disease-resistant so as dependable as it is beautiful.
Position patio rose in containers, one plant to a 30cm (12in) pot, and fill with rich soil which your rose will very much appreciate when revealing its beautiful blooms.
We recommend that you partner this pretty and free-flowering patio rose with formal topiary box and bay plants for an attractive and exuberant display. Offset the pink blooms with a surrounding ring of busy Lizzies or petunias.
Rose Claire Marshall is both hardy to variable UK weather conditions and disease-resistant making it as reliable as it is pretty. We recommend that you dead-head your rose on a regular basis and rose Claire Marshall will continue to flower more and more.
Give your newly planted bare-root plant a rich, moist soil like John Innes No3. Whether they are in containers or planted at the front of beds they will appreciate the rich formula that John Innes No.3 offers.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x Bare Root Patio Rose
- Height Up To: 60cm / 24in
Delivery: Mid January to Early March