Julia Child Floribunda Rose

A TastyCreation!

Rose withButtery Yellow Color and Delicious Aroma Honors Legendary Chef!

Item # 32513
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Item # 32887
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Buy 3+ at $19.95 ea
5 - 10
Bloom Start To End
Late Spring - Early Summer
Plant Height
3 ft - 3 ft 6 in
Plant Width
3 ft - 3 ft 6 in
Bloom Size
3 in - 4 in
Additional Characteristics
Bloom First Year, Easy Care Plants, Fragrance, Free Bloomer, Gift, Needs Deadheading
Bloom Color
Bud Shape
Ovoid, Pointed
Foliage Color
Dark Green, Glossy
Licorice, Spicy, Strong
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Moisture Requirements
Moist, well-drained
Disease Resistant, Heat Tolerant
Soil Tolerance
Normal, loamy
Border, Cut Flowers, Ornamental
*Due to state restrictions we cannot ship to the following:
Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
  Average Based on 7 Review(s)
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Best Roses!
from wrote (June 22, 2015):
Jackson & Perkins has been my "go to" vendor of fine roses for over thirty years. I have been a member of the rose test panel several times and I used to drive to Medford, Oregon to shop for bare root roses on sale. I am sorry that option is no longer available. I am hopeful my current purchase will bring me and my wife great joy for many years to come. We saw this rose in the rose garden at Shore Acres State Park on the Oregon coast two weeks ago and we immediately decided that we had to have a grouping of Julia Child floribunda roses for our yard!
I love Julia!!
Tracy from VA wrote (January 25, 2015):
Julia Child is the hardiest floribunda that I have ever had. She is disease resistant and keeps on blooming all summer and into the fall. I liked her so much that I bought another one for my deck, one for my brother and one for my mom! We all love her!
We love this rose
Mary Seaver from TN wrote (December 17, 2014):
We are using yellows in our garden, along with red, purple, and white. It is December, and we have had several frosts, but this rose is still putting out new growth. The cold so far has not been a problem for it.
Julia Child Beauty...
Lynette from CA wrote (October 16, 2014):
Years ago, I bought a Julia Child for my front walkway. It faithfully blooms the pants off any rose I've ever had. People, literally, stop driving or walking to gawk at it. Bought a second one and planted in half barrel in backyard...couldn't be happier and is growing like crazy! A happy rose and a happy camper (that would be me...)
Beautiful gold!
Ebilwabbit from CA wrote (November 18, 2013):
This shrub isn't tall or flashy yet, but all of the yellow blooms start such a rich deep gold hue and fade out to such a nice shade of lemony yellow that they're a real highlight next to their purple flower neighbors.
Easy & Beautiful
Susan from NJ wrote (October 02, 2013):
I bought one 3 years ago, my first rose. It is so fabulous, I bought another 3 this spring. I may buy more yet! It is disease & pest resistant, the flowers are gorgeous and smell divine, but just watch out for the thorns.
Great, Sturdy Rose!
Lisa from IL wrote (May 24, 2013):
This rose bush was planted as part of my landscaping about 5 years ago. It keeps coming back each year. I can't believe how many flowers this bush produces each month during the season. It is well over 5ft tall, but you can trim it back if desired. This would be a great rosebush for first-time rose owners. I live in the Chicago area so you know how tough our winters can be yet, each spring, this beauty graces my yard with her presence!