Pink Vigorosa Rose Flower

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Pink Vigorosa Rose Flower

Pink Vigorosa Rose Flower

Pink Color Vigorosa Rose Flowers are hardy, floriferous, repeat blooming ground cover type roses that grow in a natural graceful, arching habit. Sometimes called Balconia roses or hanging basket roses, Vigorosa roses are available in a rainbow of colors all with glossy green foliage. Forget the annual hanging baskets, with Vigorosa roses the flower power out blooms even the prolific petunia. A collection of spectacular landscape roses, available in a multitude of colors. Sweet Vigorosa pictured here has shimmering, radiant pink roses in masses all summer long.  All Vigorosas have superb, highly polished foliage on plants that spread to about three feet. A more blendable pink in the Ground Cover offerings. Yet it’s not dull by any means. The nicely sized double flowers have a catchy white ‘eye’ that sets off each showy cluster. It all looks great against that glossy green foliage that typifies the Kordes bloodlines. Vigorous & clean, flowerful & powerful—it lights up any landscape.
Vigorosa roses are hardy, floriferous, repeat blooming ground cover type roses that grow in a natural graceful, arching habit. Sometimes called Balconia roses or hanging basket roses, Vigorosa roses are available in a rainbow of colors all with glossy green foliage. Forget the annual hanging baskets, with Vigorosa roses the flower power out blooms even the prolific petunia. Once you start gardening with these versatile roses, the possibilities are endless! I plant a few 4 inch plants in hanging baskets to create a quick colorful basket, tuck them in colorful containers with ornamental grasses, all but replaced every Drift roses at farm with them, and of course have planted them along walkways as a sea of color in the perennial garden. These roses love to be trimmed! The floral show starts in late spring and continues well into late fall. A self cleaning rose; the spent blooms if not deadheaded will dry up and fall off. The main rose bush grows to approximately 10-18 inches tall and continues to produce new shoots from the base of the rose.