Pink Flower Carpet Patio Rose Bushes

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Shade Full Sun, Partial Shade
Area Exposed Windy Areas, Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained
Colour Pink (Medium)
Type Patio Rose, Pot Grown, Shrub Rose
Ornamental Repeat Flowering
Flowering Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov

Rosa Pink Flower Carpet

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SIZES 1-2 3-910+
3 Litre Pot Out of Stock £16.98Out of Stock£15.96Out of Stock£14.94
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Pink Flower Carpet Rose Bushes. 3 Litre Pots.

Pink is covered in clusters of small, semi-double, bright pink flowers pretty much continuously from June to November. The dark green foliage is glossy. Spreading and bushy to 75m tall by up to 1m wide.

The disease resistant Flower Carpet series is a hit with town councils and urban gardeners for its low maintenance requirements, and high tolerance of both unpleasant roadside conditions and rough pruning. 

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  • Colour: Carmine pink.
  • Shape: Semi-double
  • Scent: Light
  • Flowering: Repeating June-November
  • Type: Shrub, Ground cover
  • Very low maintenance
  • Size: 75cm x 1m wide

Growing Pink Flower Carpet Roses

Typically used in mass planting schemes, they will need watering in dry weather for their first two years. By their third summer, they will have put down deep roots and will be quite drought tolerant. 

You do not need to be careful when pruning them. Go easy on your new plants while they establish for a year or two, and then slash them down to 20cm tall in early spring with shears or a hedge trimmer. This will ensure the best flower display, but especially in full sun, it is not essential, and your plants will still bloom well if you don't bother to cut them back every year.

These roses are pretty good at dropping their spent flowers, so there is little need to dead headed them.

Did You Know? 

The hugely successful Flower Carpet Collection is mostly the work of Reinhard Noack at Noack-Rosen, who picked up where his father Werner (1927-1994) left off. Pink was bred by Mr Noack Sr. and released in 1988, registration code NOAtraum, and is also sold as Blooming Carpet, Emera Pavement, Heidetraum and Pink Veil.

It has won eight internation awards, including a 1990 ADR-Sorte award and the Gold Medal at The Hague Rose Trials. 

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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