Breeder: Carruth (2009)
Type/Size: Floribunda S-M
Colour: Pink & Smoky Orange
Height: 2-2ft 6in(60-75cm)
Foliage: Dark Green Glossy - Red early foliage
Scent strength: Moderate
Scent Notes: Apple
Flower type: Double open frilly
Aspect: Full Sun
Hedging: Yes - Compact low hedge
Container Growing: Yes
Other feature: Floriferous, aka The Shire or Cinco di Ma
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Rosa "Celebration Time" is a superbly eye-catching, compact and highly floriferous floribunda. The dusky pink to smoky lavender and orange blooms of this beautiful rose seem to fizz with energy. The wonderfully glossy foliage is a stunning red when it first appears.
The plant grows to around 2ft 6in (75cms) in height and 18”(45cms) wide. Ideal for container growing or in borders where it needs plenty of space and sunlight. Very pretty as a flower for the table, and works well with other shades, especially golden and tan colours.
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