Rose (Patio) Flower Power Gold - Bare Root Growing Chart
- Plant Outdoors
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Rose (Patio) Flower Power Gold - Bare Root
Was £10.99. Now £4.00
- Manageable patio rose
- Repeat-flowering all summer and into autumn
- With contrasting glossy leaves
Choose rose variety Flower Power Gold for your patio or balcony for inviting bright and fragrant yellow roses which come into bloom from around June and last the whole summer. This rose variety is neat and compact so suits a formal garden nearby to box balls or other examples of topiary.
Plant patio rose Flower Power Gold in containers individually and fill with rich soil. You can surround your rose with yellow-flowered bedding like marigolds or monkey flowers.
As an alternative bring a row of plants together at the front of a border to form a knitting hedge, great for pollinating insects like bees and butterflies.
Rose Flower Power Gold is both hardy and disease-resistant. We recommend that you remove any withered flowers regularly and Flower Power Gold will thank you by producing more and more flowers to take their place for a longer flower display every year.
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 45cm / 1.5ft
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