Julia Child Rose Tree Form
Julia Child Rose Tree Form
Buttery-Yellow Blossoms on a Compact, Slim Tree Form
- Double golden-yellow blossoms with a “licorice” scent
- Resemble dwarf trees for their tall stems
- Hardy in most temperatures and against diseases and pests
- Perfect for containers and other compact forms
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Mature Height||5-6 Feet|
|Mature Width||3-4 Feet|
If you love the Julia Child Roses but want them in a different form, try the Julia Child Rose - Tree Form! Enjoy the double-blooming buttery-yellow blossoms, this time on a taller stem.
This easy-to-maintain plant offers gorgeous golden roses set against deep green foliage, with a unique candy (or “licorice”) scent. It’s the perfect focal point for any yard!
Though not technically a tree, this rose plant resembles dwarf trees for their tall stems. Plus, it’s hardy in most temperatures, from extreme hots to colds. It’s even resistant to diseases and pests!
The Julia Child Rose Tree is perfect for containers, rose gardens, patio plants, and other compact forms. You can even trim the roses for your own bouquets or arrangements, and the lovely scent will transform your home.
Bask in endless color and aroma with this plant, from early spring to the end of summer. Order your very own Julia Child Rose - Tree Form today!
What makes the Julia Child Rose tree form different from the shrub form?
This form is higher to the ground because of its tall stem, making it resemble a classic tree form.
Is this plant good for gifting?
Absolutely! Since it’s easy to care for, anyone can enjoy its benefits.
When does the Julia Child Rose tree have roses?
It performs the very first spring and has blooms through summer.
Place your Julia Child Rose in an area where it can receive full sun (6-8 hours per day) and plant it no deeper than it was in its original pot. Use a premium potting mix that's formulated specifically for potted plants. These professionally blended mixes are typically loose (for good drainage) and high in organic matter (to help nourish your plants).
Keep it watered well while making sure the soil drains well.
Fertilize this plant according to a soil test. If you didn't test your soil, apply 3 tablespoons of 12-4-8 or 16-4-8 around your plant each month from March through September.
In February, prune away any stems that are broken or dead, and any that cross over each other. You can cut the top growth back to 12 inches, and remove any suckers that sprout around the base of your plant. Even though your Julia Child Rose is self-cleaning '– the flower petals will fall on their own '– if you take hand pruners and snip the stems just below where the flowers bloomed, you'll prompt your plant to produce even more flowers!