The St Edmunds Rose (Pouldra)



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Free flowering variety with large blooms of light apricot with slight orange-pink overtones.  Similar colour to the St Edmunds Cathedral Millennium tower.  Vigorous bushy plant with glossy dark green foliage.  Height 100 – 135 cm (3’3″ – 4’6″).


Good disease resistance

Height 100 – 135 cm (3’3″ – 4’6″)

Alternative name: Bonita

Our nursery container size: 5.5 litre

Type: Renaissance
Disease Resistance: Good Disease Resistance
Fragrance: Fragrant
Foliage: Glossy dark green
Planting: In the ground or in a large pot
Planting Distance: 1 metre (39″)
Colour: Light Apricot with slight orange-pink overtones
Bloom Type: Large blooms
Height: 100-135cm (3’3″-4’6″)
Alternative Name: The St. Edmunds Rose

Additional information

Rose Type

Bare Root (Nov – Mar), Container (Apr – Oct)