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Little Angel Patio Rose Bushes

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The details

  • Colour: White, yellow centre
  • Shape: Very double
  • Scent: Medium, honey
  • Flowering: Repeating Summer & Autumn
  • Type: Patio Shrub
  • Size: 40cm
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Description

Little Angel Patio Rose Bushes. 3 Litre Pots.

Pure white flowers with a faint yellow glow in the centre and visible yellow stamens on mature blooms. The honey fragrance is medium strength. Glossy, dark green foliage. Tidy, compact habit, to 40cm.

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Features:

  • Colour: White, yellow centre
  • Shape: Very double
  • Scent: Medium, honey
  • Flowering: Repeating Summer & Autumn
  • Type: Patio Shrub
  • Size: 40cm

Growing Little Angel Roses

To grow roses in pots, it is best to use good quality, peat free, soil-based compost. During the growing season, don't let their pots dry out, and give them a liquid feed about once per week to once per fortnight.

Trim your patio roses only lightly for their first couple of years while they settle in, then prune them as you would a floribunda in early spring to keep them plump and bushy: remove twiggy growth, then prune the main stems by about a third, down to a suitable bud or lateral stem. 
At the same time as you prune a mature patio rose, it is good to pull them out every few years, refresh the compost, and put them back in the pot, or in a bigger one if you started off small.

Repeating roses should be dead headed to keep them flowering strongly.

Did You Know? 

Bred in 2004 by Mogens Nyegaard Olesen at Poulsen Roser and released in 2010 as Kailani.
It won 12th Prize at the 2012 Baden b. Wien Rose Trials and a Bronze Medal at the 2011 Madrid Rose Trials.