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Olympiad Rose Tree

Rosa 'Macauck'
    1 review
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Olympiad Rose Tree

Rosa 'Macauck'
    1 review

Dark Red Rose Tree Great for Cuttings!

  • Won All-American Rose Selections Honors
  • One of the reddest of all red roses
  • And its all on a tree form
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If you are looking for a rose tree with the reddest blooms, this one is for you. It has won the All-American Rose Selections Honors award in 1984 and was selected as the rose of the Olympics.
It's best used for cuttings which produces perfect long-lasting flowers 4-5 inches on long sturdy stems. Each bloom comes with a fruity scent which also makes this rose tree so popular. This is one of the most beautiful flowering trees around!
Olympiad Rose Tree FAQ

What Are Good Companion Plants For Rose Trees?

Lavender, catmint, and dianthus pair well with these roses in mixed garden beds.

How To Prune An Olympiad Rose Tree

Lightly prune back each year. Also prune each finished rose back to a leaflet with 5 leaves for more blooms.

How Far Apart Should These Trees Be Planted?

Space 3-4 feet apart to accomodate a spread of 2-4 feet.

Caring for Olympiad Rose Tree
Lightly prune back each year.  Also prune each finished rose back to a leaflet with 5 leaves for more blooms.  Our slow release fertilizer will really make this tree perform its best by slowly feeding providing quality nutrients.
Landscape ideas
For additional options, be sure to browse our Rose tree and Dwarf tree collection.
growing zone 5-8
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Growing Zones 5-8
Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Adaptable
Sunlight Full
Drought Tolerance
Mature Height 4-5 Feet
Mature Width 2-3 Feet
Growth Rate fast
Bloom Color Red

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