Rose RhondaThe deep pink flowers are produced singly or in well spaced clusters of three to seven but sometimes up to fifteen. They are profusely produced and have a good form in both bud and when fully open. As a bonus, the petals drop cleanly when the flowers are done. The leaves are glossy and dark green but tend to get mildew in damp climates. The plants are moderately vigorous and somewhat prickly.

Type: Modern climber

Origin: Lissemore, US, 1968

Parentage: ‘New Dawn’ x ‘Spartan’

Flower Size: 4”

Petal Count: 40

Scent: Mild, sweet

Flowering: Repeats

Plant Size: 7-10’ H

Hardiness: Zones 4-9

ARS Rating:8.2

By Karen