Southwest Living SOUTHWEST LIVING PLANTS: Rose, Apertif

Type of Plant: Rose

Common Name: Apertif

Category
Rose-Hybrid Tea

Family: rosaceae

Genus: rosa

Class: Hybrid Tea

Hardiness Zones
USDA 9A 20 TO 25 F

Spacing
3 ft. to 6 ft.

Height
3ft. - 6ft.

Width
3 ft. to 6 ft.

Growth Habit
Erect

Sun Requirements
Partial Sun

Water Requirements
Regular Watering

Soil Requirements
Neutral

Foliage
Grown for Foliage

Bloom Color: Light lemon yellow

Bloom Season: Spring, best in March - April

Rebloom
Some

Fragrance
Mild

Propagation Method
Softwood Cutting

Comments
I don't have experience propagating this rose.

Landscape Ideas
Medium size focal point. I grew it in an island in the lawn and against a south/north running block wall. Wall provided afternoon shade and the rose did best in that condition.

Diseases and Treatments
Not particularly sensitive to mold or fungus.

Image
(Image by Aguane)
"Pretty light yellow, Lt. spicy fragrance"
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