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Red Freedom Rose

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Red Freedom Rose

Red blooms resist fading
  • Easy to grow
  • Carefree plant
  • Butterflies love it

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With freedom roses so red and so clear in your garden, why would you spend time anywhere else? In fact, a café table set for two is the perfect locale to take in the beauty of this floriferous red shrub rose. Red Freedom Rose plants bear plentiful blooms in a sun-resistant scarlet-red hue. When in full bloom, the roses open wide and literally cover the plant from late spring to fall. Sturdy rose bushes can either be pruned to a low border height or allowed to grow to its full height of 6' tall—perfect for a flowering hedge. Our Red Freedom Roses are easy to grow and maintain, make a lovely specimen planting, and butterflies love it!

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Are Freedom roses fragrant?

Freedom Roses are a true Spring Hill original, and they're named for their stunning versatility. Freedom roses offer the beautiful, full shape and size of a shrub rose, with the cutability and disease resistance of a hybrid rose. Freedom roses are fragrant, but not as fragrant as high-perfume varieties like English roses. With Freedom varieties, you can expect a light, sweet fragrance, but nothing that will knock you from your seat. Freedom roses are excellent bouquet roses, and can be gifted without worrying about the recipients' sensitivity to fragrance.

How big does a Red rose bush get?

Freedom Red Roses are a nice, tidy rose hedge with amazing production of velvety, color-fast blooms. While other rose varieties can be sparse or leggy, Freedom Roses grow to a near perfect hedge size. You can count on lush rose hedges year after year, growing to a manageable height of about six feet and a width of about three feet. With Red Freedom Roses, you get the appearance of old-fashioned roses with a pleasing hedge habit. Use Freedom Roses as a privacy hedge or windblock, and enjoy the classic look of roses on a surprisingly utilitarian shrub.

Are Red roses considered shrubs?

Not all red roses grow as shrubs—many vining varieties and standard, long-stem roses grow in reds, and those species are not rose bushes or rose shrubs. In fact, nearly every major type of rose—English roses, hybrid tea roses, Floribunda, Grandiflora, and miniature roses—have been cultivated in red. Freedom Red Rose is a hybrid tea rose that actually grows in a shrub-like habit. So, you'll have a shrub that actually grows long-stem roses.

How do you grow Red roses?

Freedom Red Roses are some of the easiest red roses to grow. These special hybrid tea roses are bred for easy care, and even rose beginners will see great success with Freedom roses. Plant them in well-draining soil, and choose a location that receives at least six hours of light per day. To plant your red Freedom Rose Plant, dig a hole about as deep as the container in which the plant is shipped. Create a mound of soil at the bottom of the hole. Remove your rose plant from its pot, then spread the roots around the mound, and slowly backfill the hole, watering in as you work. For optimal performance, add one part compost for every two parts of soil as you backfill.

Water your new Freedom roses regularly, with at least one deep watering each week. After they bloom, deadhead spent flowers to keep the plants clean. Each spring, prune your roses to keep their shape tidy and remove damaged or crossed branches.

What do red roses signify?

Red roses signify love and passion, as evidenced by hundreds of films and works of art. Your Freedom roses will grow enough stems to allow for a classic long-stemmed bouquet of roses to share with that special person.

What grows well with Red rose plants?

Red roses grow in well-drained, slightly acidic soil—just like many of your other favorite perennials. Freedom roses are stunning in a hedgerow or as a specimen plant. Try low-lying plants in front of your rose bushes, such as short spring bulbs followed by a display of summertime anemone and phlox.

What is the Red rose's scientific name?

Many types of roses grow in red hues, but nearly all roses are from genus Rosa, from the Rosaceae family. These Red Freedom Roses are Rosa 'ZARrefre' PP31711.

Freedom roses are a distinct and unique group of shrub roses under patent by Spring Hill.

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