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Chinatown Floribunda Rose Bushes

Rosa Chinatown

The details

  • Size:1.5m (5ft)
  • Colour:Yellow, pink shading
  • Shape:Double
  • Scent:Peach
  • Flowering:Continuous
  • Type:Floribunda
  • Health: Good
  • Foliage: glossy, dark
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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Description

Rosa Chinatown Floribunda Rose

Chinatown is a truly delightful, vigorous floribunda rose with wonderful clusters of pretty yellow flowers, occasionally flushed with pink or red, that repeat from June until September. It has a delicious peach scent, very healthy growth and is amazingly weather resistant, not being affected by rain or exposure to wind, although it does prefer to be in full sun or light shade wherever possible. The foliage is a lovely glossy, dark green and the tall upright shrub is extremely vigorous with flowers held on long, strong stems. Unlike a number of modern roses with tightly scrolled, double flowers, it is accessible to bees and other pollinators, and produces a useful amount of pollen.

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Great in your garden

Being tall and strong, it's ideal towards the back of a border, mixed in with blue and purple perennials, which complement yellow so well. It can be grown as a scented hedge, and although it is essentially a bush rose, it can be grown against a wall or trellis as a short climber. It is also a great rose for an exposed site.

Features:

  • Height x spread: 1.5m x 1.2m (5ft x 4ft)
  • Repeat: Flowers from June to September
  • Colour: clear yellow with pink to red shading
  • Flower shape: pretty muddled double flowers
  • Scent: delicious peach fragrance
  • Disease resistance: very healthy
  • Rose type: floribunda bush / small climber
  • Weather resistance: barely affected by rain or exposure
  • Foliage: attractive, glossy dark green leaves
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit

Did You Know? 

This modern floribunda was grown by Poulsen in Denmark and introduced to the market in 1963. Interesting that a hybrid between two seldom grown roses, Columbine and Clare Grammerstorf, should prove so successful. It was awarded a Gold Medal in 1962 by the Royal National Rose Society.

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