Julia Child Floribunda Rose

Julia Child Floribunda Rose

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3.8 (5 reviews)
(Plant Patent #18473 Var; WEKvossutono) Sample the yummy, butter gold color and licorice candy fragrance of the rose that was chosen by master chef Julia Child to bear her name. The old-fashioned, full flowers of this floribunda will complement the plant palette of every garden, just as America's most famous and influential chef spiced up America's kitchens with her French culinary cuisine. Completely clean, super-glossy leaves almost mirror the warm, golden yellow flowers that arrive in abundance on a medium-low, well-rounded bush. A delectable treat for garden and vase. Flower Size: 3-4". Fragrance: Strong licorice & spice. Hybridizer: Carruth, 2006.
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Product Details

: 5 to 9
: 30
: Spring
: Rich, well-drained
: 5-5-7
: Summer
: 35
: Summer
: 3 -
:
: Yes
: 2 year, #1 grade
: Yes

Physical Details

Height: 36
: Yes
: Green
: Yellow
: 36
: Yes
: Yes
: Late fall and early spring
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Scientific Details

: Rosa
: hybrida
: WEKvossutono

Shipping Details

: AK, HI, ID
Product Reviews
3.8 (5 reviews)
  • By Susan W
    5/11/2015
    From Easley, SC
    5.0
    Just received and planted Julia Child in late March and they are already blooming in late May. We can't believe how quickly they grew and how healthy they look at just seven weeks. All the plants are covered with buds in addition to the blooms already on them.
    Beautifully rich golden color and pleasantly strong fragrance.
  • By Thomas S
    1/16/2015
    From Los Angeles
    5.0
    A truly beautiful yellow rose. Prodigious flower production all year (first year, too). No disease or heat problems.
  • By Christopher G
    5/7/2014
    From Martinsburg, WV
    1.0
    Received at the end of March and planted immediately. The rose has leafed out and is growing well. Good vigor. No bloom yet.
  • By Wendy B
    1/15/2014
    From Texas
    5.0
    Grew quickly and had plenty of roses in the first season.