How to Grow Blessings Rose
The Blessings roses are known for their small compact shrub, luscious salmon-pink blooms and sweet scent. It is a large rose variety and is often grown on an open border that receives plenty of sunlight. Its masses of large fully double blooms are dense with coral pink petals.
This rose is a hybrid tea variety, meaning it produces only one blossom at the end of each stem, rather than clusters of flowers, and they have an open rather than bushy habit. Deep green, glossy foliage creates a beautiful contrast against the coral-pink roses.
Bred in the United Kingdom in 1967 by Charles Walter Gregory. These eye-catching blooms attract bees, butterflies, and birds and make great cut flowers.
|Botanical Name||Rosa ‘Blessings’|
|Common Name||Blessings roses|
|Mature Size||2ft tall; 2ft wide|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sunlight|
|Soil Type||Loamy, sandy, moist but well-drained|
|Bloom Time||Spring, Summer, Fall|
This rose variety is a perfect choice for gardeners who desire a luxurious rose in their garden without having to constantly tend to it. The Blessings rose is low-maintenance and disease resistant. Its compact size allows this rose to be planted almost anywhere, from garden beds to containers.