Rosa Worcestershire

Rose Worcestershire

A hardy, repeating rose, Rosa Worcestershire is quite a tall, for a ground-cover rose, deciduous, shrub rose with a bushy, spreading habit. The ovate foliage is deep green, a lovely foil for the flowers. Slightly fragrant, single to semi-double, mid-yellow flowers,
2 ½ ”/6cm across, with golden stamens, are borne from midsummer to autumn. Ideal for planting on a bank, but as these drain fast, mulch with compost, manure or leaf-mould in early spring, and for best flowering, give organic feed at the same time. Also good in a cottage-style planting. Dead-head to prolong flowering, and prune in March. Rose Worcestershire holds the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Site: Tolerates exposure
Soil: Any fertile, well-drained soil, preferably moist and humus-rich
Position: Full sun
Season of interest: Flowers midsummer to autumn
Hardiness: Very hardy
Height: 39”-5’ (1-1.5m) Spread: 39”-5’ (1-1.5m) in 2-5 years

Photo by Dinkum, cropped, and licensed under CC0.
Type | Size: Bareroot | 1ft
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