Nearly Wild Rose
A Wild Look with Cultivated Benefits
Wild roses are known for their hardy nature, but their flowers often can’t compare with those that have had some help from man. Nearly Wild Rose gives you the chance to have a rose variety that looks a little like a “species rose” but still has the stellar qualities of a developed one.
Nearly Wild Rose offers roses that begin their bloom in May and continue right into fall. The 3-inch, single blooms feature delightfully pink, 5-petaled blossoms with yellow stamens and a deliciously, mild fragrance. The glossy dark foliage completes the stunning picture, a perfect accent to the dainty roses.
Your Nearly Wild Rose is a floribunda variety of rose that will grow up to 3 feet in height with an equal spread. It has a dense, shrub-like nature and is quite hardy overall. Its long-blooming nature, disease resistance and versatility make it an outstanding choice for anything from a walkway hedge to a container planting on your front porch.
Nearly Wild Rose combines the best of both worlds. It gives you a “wild” look with a cultivated nature. Plant a Nearly Wild Rose and you’ll reap the benefits of a hardy, long-producing rose with a very natural appearance.
* Fragrant pink flowers
* Long blooming
* Easy care
* Thrives in full sun
|Brand||Nature Hills Nursery|
|Botanical Name||Rosa 'Nearly Wild'|
|Mature Height||2 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|