Carolina Rose Bush

Carolina Rose Bush

Status: In Stock
$2.10
Minimum Purchase:
25 units
Description:
Hardy Zone 3-9; Carolina Rose - Rosa carolina As a member of the Rosaceae family; deciduous shrub

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Carolina Rose Bush- Rosa Carolina

This lovely and versatile flowering bush is native to Central and Eastern North America and grows best in planting zones 4 through 9.

This plant prefers the full sun to partial shade for growth and does best in well-drained rocky or sandy soil. Of all the rose bushes, this variety is most shade tolerant and will tolerate both wet and dry conditions as well as alkaline soil. Carolina Rose Bushes flower best and resist disease most when grown in full sun. This bush grows at a moderate rate and will reach up to 3 feet in height with a width of over 10 feet.

The Carolina Rose Bush develops attractive pink flowers in June and July. These blooms are very fragrant, and consist of 5 petals with the entire rose to measure 2.5 inches. The showy blossoms will attract birds, bees, and butterflies to your yard in spring and summer. This plant only flowers once a season. The flowers are replaced by bright red rose hips that last through winter and give the plant a 3 season appeal. The leaves are dark green and remain that color throughout fall. The stems are thorny. This plant requires regular watering and occasional removal of dead leaves.

When planted as a hedge, the Carolina Rose Bush grows thick and provides an excellent screen for bordering your property. These plants make attractive ornamental bushes when pruned and shaped. This unusual plant is an excellent choice for a small rose garden or on neighboring paths. Pruning should occur in late winter to early spring. The Carolina Rosebush will be a beautiful addition to your yard, and its fragrant blooms attract a variety of butterflies and bees. The care level for this shrub easy to moderate. This plant is shipped bare root for maximum customer satisfaction and immediate planting.

Carolina Rose Bush Ships As - Bare Root