Sexy Rexy Floribunda Roses

Key Data
Area Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Colour Pink - Medium
Type Floribunda
Also Good Fragrant, Repeat Flowering
Flowering Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

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  NUMBER OF ROSES  Inc. VAT
SIZES 1-2 3-910-2425+
BAREROOT ROSE Plenty of Stock£9.90Plenty of Stock£8.94Plenty of Stock£8.34Plenty of Stock£7.98
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Sexy Rexy Rose

Gorgeous and alluring, Sexy Rexy is a real looker in full flower. The flowers are of the sweetest, most delectable pink, with little golden buttons at the centres, in pretty double, shallow rosettes, carried in big, breathtaking clusters. The effect is a froth of sweet candy pink, on a compact, glossy green bush. This is one of the most popular Floribundas, and a rose that charms with its colour and abundance of flowers but if you have trouble keeping a straight face with the name, take a look at the rest of the floribunda roses in our range.

Looking good with…

Sexy Rexy is a good rose for pots and containers, and can even be trained to a standard. Although we think she's at her most naturally alluring in a mixed border, underplanted with blue hardy geraniums, for example, for a classic and truly stunning combination. Blue salvias or lavender would also work well, creating a wonderful romantic cottagey creation.

Features of Sexy Rexy

  • Height: to 1m
  • Width: up to 80cm
  • Colour: pale pink with gold centres
  • Shape of flower: shallow double rosettes
  • Size of flower: 8-10cm
  • Scent: lightly scented
  • Flowering: repeat through summer and autumn
  • Group: Floribunda rose


What's in a name?

The name caused something of a scandal when the rose was introduced in the 1980s by rose breeder Sam McGredy, the result of a cross between Seaspray and Dreaming. Inspired by a friend of McGredy's, the name was intended as a nickname for the trial period only, but it stuck. So be careful with your nicknames! It certainly doesn't seem to have harmed its popularity, however, accolades including the top award at the New Zealand Rose Society trials in 1984.

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