Raspberry Kiss™ Rose Tree
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Mature Height||1-2 Feet|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|
For an explosion of pastel pink roses, the Raspberry Kiss Rose Tree is a wonderful choice! These medium-sized roses bloom from mid-spring to mid-fall. Plus, these pink flowers have a crimson center and golden-yellow stamens, making them truly unique.
Even before the “pretty in pink” blossoms bloom, this tree’s glossy, dark green foliage adds rich color to any area. Once the buds open, that deep green turns to light pink!
These roses are perfect to plant as a focal point, as part of a rose tree garden, in borders, or in containers. Make a statement in your yard with these colorful flowers!
A “rose by any other name would smell as sweet” and these Raspberry Kiss Roses have a lovely, strong fragrance. Even pollinators can’t resist these!
This rose tree is an exciting addition to butterfly and bee gardens. Be a part of the thrilling pollination process, all while adding color and scent to your space.
Buy the Raspberry Kiss Rose Tree now to transform your yard or garden!
How well do these roses withstand diseases?
This variety has been grown to be quite disease-resistant, meaning it’s hardy and long-lasting!
What is the fragrance like on these roses?
It can be described as “light and spicy” although it truly should be smelled in person to decide!
Select a well-drained site in full to partial sun (4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day). If you choose a partial sun location, make sure your roses receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day (afternoon shade is better than morning shade).
First, space 3 feet apart if planting multiple trees. Dig a hole twice as wide and twice as deep as the root ball. Backfill the soil until you have a hole the same size or slightly larger than the container the rose is in. Plant the rose at the same depth as it is in the container. Mulch around the base of the tree to keep competing weeds and grasses from growing.
Water around the roots rather than overhead, and water about once or twice weekly. Mulching will greatly assist with soil moisture retention.
Fertilize with an organic rose fertilizer once a month.
Sterilize sharp pruning shears with hot water or rubbing alcohol, and always prune at an angle. Start by pruning back a little in the spring after the last hard freeze, and remove dead or old canes.