Caldwell Pink rose

May 2013
Nursery Management;May2013, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p10
This article offers information on the Caldwell Pink rose, a variety with successive flushes of double carnation-like flowers which appear in mid-spring, throughout the summer and well into fall. The small shrub rose, which sports flowers that are lilac pink, grows 4 feet high by 4 feet wide and thrives well under the sun. The article also discusses the hardiness zones and various landscape uses of Caldwell Pink rose including along a border, en masse or as an accent plant.


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