25025 - Milwaukee'S Calatrava Shrub Rose rosa RADfragwhite
(PPAF) Admire this rose with both eyes and nose alike! Intoxicatingly fragrant, pure white double flowers are produced almost continuously from spring to frost on tall, bushy plants. The slightly ruffled petals become tinged with pink when cooler weather sets in. Dark bluish-green foliage provides striking contrast to the flowers. Bill Radler, a native Milwaukeean and patron of the arts, selected this rose to celebrate the landmark addition of the Milwaukee Art Museum, designed by renowned architect, Santiago Calatrava. Hardy in Zones 5 to 9. Flower Size: 3-4". Fragrance: Very strong citrus. Hybridizer: Radler, 2011. Grown own root.
Light: to Height: 4' to 5' Fragrant? Yes Planting Season: Spring State Restrictions: AK;HI
Flower Color: white Petal Count: 25 Foliage Color: blueish green Disease Resistant?: No Awards: