Citrus Splash™ Shrub Rose
Its graceful, upright habit would be beautiful in beds, borders, and hedges even if it didn't display such stunning flowers.
3½-inch fruit-fragrant flowers arrive in small clusters throughout the season.
Bring a hint of the tropics to your summer garden with Citrus Splash™. This unique rose shows off gorgeous double blooms painted with bright orange and yellow stripes that fade to yellow and pink as they mature. The ruffled 3½-inch, fruit-fragrant flowers open from charming pointed, ovoid buds, arriving in small clusters throughout the late spring to early fall season and adding delicious color to all your indoor and outdoor displays.
It has a graceful, upright habit with glossy, dark green foliage that would be beautiful in your beds, borders, and hedges even if it didn't display such stunning flowers. But, of course, we're thrilled that it does!
Citrus Splash™ reaches a mature size of about 4½ feet high and 4 to 4½ feet wide and prefers to grow in full sun. Remove spent blooms to encourage reblooming. Prune in spring, removing old canes and dead or damaged wood and cutting back canes that cross each other. In warmer climates, the remaining canes can be cut back by one third. You'll probably have to prune a bit more in colder climates, Var: 'JACzorba' (Plant Patent #19,489). Zones 6-10.
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Slower growing, but stunning!
This species doesn't seem to fill out as quickly as most of the roses I've bought from this company in a similar class, but after a year they should get moving. For the first year they are small and weak looking, but they should flower some. After that, they get bigger and bloom more freely but need support for the narrow canes with blooms on the ends. I'm hoping by their 2nd birthday they'll be nice and strong.
Give it time and it will impress you
This little shrub rose is a slower-to-establish bush (at least here in CA) but it is really starting to be impressive at 6 months. The blooms are even more prettily painted in person, and less streaky. They look like they were watercolored by hand. Love them!
I love these roses. Look closely and you'll see that the blossoms look hand painted!
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