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In Your Eyes® Shrub Rose

In Your Eyes® Shrub Rose

One–of–a–kind coloration
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In Your Eyes® Shrub Rose

One–of–a–kind coloration
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  • 75435
  • 4" Pot
  • Spring
  • $19.99
  • 83849
  • #1 Ownroot
  • Spring
  • $39.99
  • Cross between a shrub rose and Persian hulthemia
  • Very tough and prolific
  • Multi-colored flower clusters

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These are not your average shrub rose blooms. The renowned breeder, Christian Bedard, created this cross from a shrub rose and a Persian hulthemia. Once considered its own genus, the Persian rose is a tough desert native with a distinctive halo around the center of the bloom, a characteristic it passed down to In Your Eyes® hulthemia roses. Thanks to this parentage, the In Your Eyes® rose is also diamond-tough, disease-resistant, and wildly prolific. You'll get big clusters of blooms in sophisticated pastel shades. The flower actually starts cream–yellow with a red eye and matures to lavender with a purple eye, but as each bloom appears and matures in its own time, the clusters will be fascinatingly multi-colored from spring to fall. In Your Eyes® shrub rose also boasts a fragrance that is mild and fruity. Be sure to check out our guide to planting roses to learn more on how to care for these colorful garden additions. Rosa 'WEKefybomeba' PPAF

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How to care for In Your Eyes® rose?

In Your Eyes Shrub Roses® are outstanding for their beauty and their ease of care. These shrub roses are a cross between a hybrid shrub rose, and Hulthemia roses. Hulthemia are incredibly tough and hardy natives of the Middle East, and can handle rocky soil and low moisture. You won't be disappointed in these beautiful and unfinicky roses.

Caring for In Your Eyes Roses® starts with selecting a good location and giving your roses the resources they need. Be sure to plant your shrub roses where they will receive at least six to eight hours of sun each day, and won't suffer from wet feet. If your soil is clay-heavy, we recommend adding humus or loam to the soil when planting. In Your Eyes Roses® will need regular watering for the first year, and should be watered during droughts after they're established. Before the springtime blooming period, add rose feeder or another slow-release fertilizer to your watering regiment.

Pruning is a breeze for In Your Eyes Roses®. These can be allowed to grow to their maximum height of six to eight feet, or they can be pruned back to maintain a certain height. Regular pruning should encourage branching and create a full look regardless of the height, and selective pruning after flowering can improve the next year's blooms. Remove any dead or damaged branches, and feel free to trim your shrub roses back to a desired height.

What is the best time to plant In Your Eyes® roses?

The best time to plant shrub roses, including In Your Eyes Shrub Roses®, is in spring after the last frost date. In springtime, your roses will be coming out of dormancy, and an early springtime planting gives the roots enough time to get established before the growing season really kicks in.

How much sun do In Your Eyes® roses need?

Our In Your Eyes Shrub Roses® can be grown in partial shade, but they perform best in full sun. For best flowering performance, make sure your roses receive at least six to eight hours of sunlight each day.

What type of soil is best for In Your Eyes® roses?

These shrub roses are incredibly hardy and tolerant of low-quality soil, thanks in part to their relation to Persian hulthemia roses. In Your Eyes® shrub roses can handle soil with more sand or less richness than traditional roses, and they perform beautifully in heat. If your soil is clay-heavy, we recommend enriching the soil with humus or loam when planting to prevent root rot. Aerated, loamy soil is perfect for roses, since they don't appreciate wet feet.

In Your Eyes Shrub Roses® can be grown in containers, too. We recommend using a commercial potting mix, and look for something marketed towards flowers or roses. Potted shrub roses will need to be watered more regularly than ones planted in the ground, and should be fertilized before both the spring and fall growing seasons.

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