In warm climates (USDA zones 8 and up) fertlize with rose fertilizer in early spring and late summer. In cold climates (zones 5 – 7) fertilize in spring and summer. In late winter or early spring the roses can be cut back by about 2/3. In zones 5 and below, protect them over winter with a little extra mulch placed close to the center of the plant.
Plant Type: Roses
An explosion of soft orange-yellow blooms, aging to soft pink with a blush of peach. Truly stunning in containers or mass plantings. These ground cover roses are easy to care for, disease resistant, and bloom continuously from spring until frost.