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Forever & Ever® Pink Rose

Blooming machine with multiple rounds of roses every year
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Forever & Ever® Pink Rose

Blooming machine with multiple rounds of roses every year
  • Continuous bloom coverage summer through fall
  • Glossy, clean foliage with exceptional disease resistance
  • Heavy flowering, even in part sun conditions
We've got a secret, but you have to promise not to tell anyone. Imagine yourself having one of the best, most floriferous pink rose plants available for rose lovers and collectors everywhere. In... Read More »
  • Zone 5-9
  • Height 20 - 30 inches
  • Flowering Date Late spring to fall
  • Sun Exposure Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Ship As #1 BAREROOT
Availability: Out Of Season
SKU: #82205
Forever & Ever® Pink Rose
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Product Description

We've got a secret, but you have to promise not to tell anyone. Imagine yourself having one of the best, most floriferous pink rose plants available for rose lovers and collectors everywhere. In the Spring of 2020, this newly planted variety awed and amazed us as it continued to produce wave after wave of delightful flowers. This show-stopping performance continued throughout the summer and well into fall. In fact, renowned rose breeder Christian Bedard commented that "This cultivar is the most continuous flowering pink rose that I have seen in my career!" Cascading across glossy green foliage, each flowerhead is made of 5-7 rose petals that arrive as deep pink buds, with a lovely ombre effect, fading to soft yellow at the center. As the rose plant matures, the color pales to become a lovely pastel pink. Each flower on this tidy pink rose shrub emits a tea-like scent that will enchant gardeners and guests alike--and they aren't the only ones who will stop to smell these roses. Pollinators adore these pink roses too. Rosa 'WEKneflosprif'

Product Details

  • Botanical Name:

    Rosa cv. 'WEKneflosprif'
  • Form: Rose
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Height/Habit: 20 - 30 inches
  • Spread: 24 - 36 inches
  • Spacing: 24 - 36 inches
  • Hardiness Zone: 5-9
  • Flowering Date: Late spring to fall
  • Planting Instructions: Plant in the soil so the crown of the plant is even with the soil level. Don't bury the crown. Full sun is best for quicker flowering and higher quality plants.
  • Winter Care: In harsh climates, fully cover the plant to protect from frost and wind damage. Remove the cover after the danger of frost has passed.
  • Shipped: #1 BAREROOT
  • Growth Rate: Moderate once established.
  • Shipping Season: Spring
  • Flower Color: Yellow, Pink
  • Flower Form: Decorative and single. 5-7 petals on 1.5-2" blooms in large clusters.
  • Foliage Type: Glossy medium green
  • Pruning: Prune to maintain shape and increase branching once established. Remove any dead or damaged branches after flowering.
  • Soil Requirement: Well drained, humus enriched soil
  • Watering Requirement: Provide a slow, deep soaking with each irrigation. Sandy soils require more watering than clay soils. Hot temperatures should prompt more frequent irrigation. Only wet the foliage in very early morning hours.
  • Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR

Additional Product Info

What do pink roses symbolize?

Pink roses are thought to symbolize friendship, but they also symbolize admiration, appreciation, and joy—a bouquet of pink roses means, "I'm glad I know you!" Forever and Ever Pink® Roses offer a nice multi-tonal look to a bouquet, and are sure to make a beautiful gift. These ultra-bright pink flowers mix nicely with grandiflora roses or other shrub roses. Try a white variety to really showcase the pigment of Forever and Ever's pink tones.

How do you identify a flowering pink rose shrub?

"Shrub rose" is actually a term that applies to any rose that isn't a part of another group, so flowering shrub roses are a varied bunch. Shrub roses or landscape roses differ from hybrid teas, Floribundas, and other upright roses primarily due to habit—landscape roses are low growers, with less space between the ground and the lower foliage. Shrub roses also tend to have single-flowering blooms that open wide to show the eyes of each flower. However, this characterization isn't true of every shrub rose.

Just like hybrid tea roses, Forever and Ever Pink Rose features colorful buds, fragrant flowers, and foliage that will last well into winter. Even before the buds open, you'll enjoy their deep pink color. And, this is a rose bush that looks great year-round, with a nice, compact habit that has an incredible appearance even after the blooming season.

How big does a pink shrub rose get?

Shrub roses vary in size by variety, but are known for their shorter, more compact habit compared to hybrids. Forever and Ever Pink Shrub Rose will grow to a height of twenty to thirty inches, with a spread of up to three feet. That shorter size makes this rose a lovely front-of-border plant. Or, plant your shrub roses in large containers. Forever and Ever Shrub Roses also make a stately-but-bright display when planted in groups of three to five in the garden.

Do pink shrub roses spread?

Pink roses don't propagate underground, so they won't multiply. However, Forever and Ever reaches its full size after just a few growing seasons. With an approximate three foot spread, Forever and Ever will easily create a neat shrub row when planted in multiples.

Are pink shrub roses hardy?

Shrub roses are quite hardy, and can withstand winters in zones as low as Zone 5. In Zones 5 and 6, we recommend fully covering the plant during harsh winters and snowstorms. Covering with a tarp or sheet can protect the plant from damage during sub-zero temperatures. Remove the cover as the weather begins to warm up.

What is the best month to plant pink roses?

The timing of shrub rose planting varies by variety and region, but the best time to plant most roses is after the threat of frost has passed, yet early enough to allow your plants time to start growing before the hot summer. In Zones 5 and 6, you'll be best off planting in late April. Warmer zones can plant shrub roses in March.

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When will my order ship?

Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:

2022 Spring Shipping Schedule
Zone Roses
1A-4B 4/11/22 - 5/27/22
5A 3/28/22 - 5/27/22
5B 3/14/22 - 5/27/22
6A 2/28/22 - 5/27/22
6B 2/28/22 - 5/27/22
7A & 7B 2/21/22 - 5/27/22
8A & 8B 2/14/22 - 5/27/22
9A - 10B 1/17/22 - 5/27/22
Last Order Date All Zones: 5/23/22

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