One Rose, Masses Of Blooms With Amber
Bred by German hybridizer Noack Rosen and the ninth color in the Flower Carpet family, Amber is an easy-to-care-for, high-performance rose.
September 30, 2008
Bred by German hybridizer Noack Rosen and the ninth color in the Flower Carpet family, Amber is an easy-to-care-for, high-performance rose. It is also a new addition to the Next Generation rose line, which features drought tolerance, disease resistance, vibrant colors and a greater range of adaptability in tricky climate conditions.
Amber is an early bloomer that is bred for sustained, non-stop blooming. When planted in full sun, this rose can produce more than 2,000 lightly fragrant double flowers per season in clusters of up to 45 flowers each. Amber grows into a compact bush (roughly 3 feet by 3 feet), and is hardy in zones 5 to 11.
Flower Carpet Amber will be made available throughout the United States, and it ranges in price from $12 to $29, depending on plant size. They are also available bare root by mail order. To learn more about this rose, click here.