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Burst of Joy™ Floribunda Rose

The happy success of a tricky breeding feat

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  • Exceptional bicolor holds up well in heat
  • Good disease resistance for such bold blooms
  • Like hybrid tea blooms on a floribunda habit
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Height/Habit: 4 - 5 feet
  • Zone: 4-9
  • Flowering Date: Summer
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Burst of Joy™ Floribunda Rose

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Truly vibrant color is a tough goal in grandiflora hybridization. Making that color hold up well is even harder to achieve. All of that plus good disease resistance is incredibly difficult. So when Burst of Joy™ totally delivered in all of those qualities, the name came really easily. Even in hotter environments, the bright bicolor holds on really well. It eventually turns a pretty coral, still with that yellow reverse. The bloom shape is classic and well–formed. You'll get more stems with just one flower than you would on most floribundas, it's almost like a hybrid tea flower on a compact floribunda habit. In fact, it's compact enough that it can be used in a large patio pot. The disease resistance, though average for modern grandifloras, is pretty remarkable for one with such an exotic bloom color. Rosa hybrid 'WEKlovapkemu'
Product Details
  • Season Spring
  • Unit of Measure1
  • Botanical NameRosa hybrida 'WEKlovapkemu'
  • Sun ExposureFull Sun
  • State RestrictionsAE AK GU HI PR
  • Spread4 - 5 feet
  • Spacing5 - 6 feet
  • Hardiness Zone4-9
  • Flowering DateSummer
  • Planting InstructionsDig a hole large enough to easily accommodate root structure. In cold climates, position the graft knot/crown 2 to 3 inches below ground level, in mild climates, at ground level. Place a small 'hill' of soil at the bottom of the hole. Place the plant at the proper height in the hole, and fill two-th
  • Flower Color:orange, yellow
  • Flower FormFloribunda. Medium to large blooms, mostly one per stem.
  • Watering RequirementProvide a slow, deep soaking with each irrigation. Sandy soils require more watering than clay soils. Hot temperatures should prompt more frequent irrigation. Only wet the foliage in very early morning hours.
  • PruningRemoving spent blooms will encourage more flowers. Prune dramatically in early spring, after the danger of frost has passed and before new growth has begun.
  • Additional InformationSlight Tea Fragrance
  • ShippedBAREROOT
  • Height/Habit4 - 5 feet
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