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Life Of The Party™ Floribunda Rose

Soon after opening, yellow flowers get blush of pink
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Life Of The Party™ Floribunda Rose

Soon after opening, yellow flowers get blush of pink
  • Excellent in small spaces
  • 55–65 petals per bloom
  • Clusters of double blooms
This floribunda has a seemingly endless production of petal-packed, fruit-scented flowers that will perfume your garden and please your senses for months on end. Two or three days after opening,... Read More »

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This floribunda has a seemingly endless production of petal-packed, fruit-scented flowers that will perfume your garden and please your senses for months on end. Two or three days after opening, Life of the Party™ Rose bush's clusters of old-fashioned double blooms will proceed to add a blush of pink to their yellow hue. Each sumptuous flower is filled with 55 to 65 petals. The dark, dense foliage allows Life of the Party™ Rose to serve as a great low hedge. With its rounded, compact, and upright form, it adds life to small spaces and containers. This vigorous, English-style floribunda thrives in hot, dry climates and has good disease resistance. Life of the Party™ Floribunda Rose will make a fantastic and festive addition to any garden. Rosa cv. 'WEKjucistwe' PPAF

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Is Life of the Party™ pollinator-friendly?

Yes, roses can attract pollinators. Life of the Party™ is attractive to bees, butterflies, and birds, thanks to its bright coloring and sweet fragrance. Floribunda roses, especially this English-style beauty, do an amazing job of elevating your pollinator garden.

When should you prune Life of the Party™?

Your Life of the Party Floribunda rose should be pruned in early spring, although light clean-up can be done year-round. Because some canes will be killed by low temperatures, you want to prune after the coldest days of winter to ensure that you can see what needs to be pruned.

When pruning Life of the Party, use hedge pruners to create a domed shape. You'll mostly be cutting soft, newer growth. Then, once you've created the shape you want, use hand pruners or loppers to cut damaged wood, prickly growth, or crossed canes. Remove suckers from the base of the rose, too. One of the best aspects of Floribunda roses? Their vigorous growth and flowering. You won't need to be too picky with pruning.

Is Life of the Party™ deciduous?

While Floribunda roses tend to hold their color well into the cold season, and may bud in early spring, they are deciduous, and will lose their leaves in cold weather. However, these roses add plenty of winter interest, with attractive rose hips forming. Life of the Party is cold-hardy in Zones 6 through 10, if planted in the ground. If it's growing in a container, move the pot to a garage or basement for the winter, to protect the roots.

How much sun does Life of the Party™ need?

Life of the Party™, like other Floribunda roses, grows best in full sun. But, if you're willing to give up a few blooms, you can plant this rose in a partially shaded area also. Plant in a location that receives at least six hours of sunlight each day.

How big does Life of the Party™ Floribunda Rose grow?

Perfect for growing as a low hedge, Life of the Party™ is a compact rose plant with dozens of blooms, and over fifty petals per bloom. At its mature height, this nicely-rounded Floribunda stands at about three feet tall, and has a spread of about three feet as well. While some roses become leggy or spindly, with proper pruning, Floribundas will hold a nice, bushy shape.

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