The Brass Band Rose produces clusters of orange/yellow blend, gorgeous rose flowers. The compact, rounded bush is a real stand-out in the garden.
The flower power of the Rosa 'Brass Band' bush is incredible! It was first introduced by the Jackson & Perkins company in 1994. The unusual color of the orange roses, and the large clusters of double blooms keeps this rose a winner! The flowers will last for weeks when cut.
Type Floribunda Rose
Hybridizer Christensen 1993
Blooms Melon-Orange with a splash of yellow. Flowers grow in plentiful clusters. Flowers are 3- 3/2" across, with 30-35 petals
Growth Habits The bush is medium/compact, it grows upright, and very bushy grows to around 4', with a spread of about 3'.
Foliage The foliage is dark green, semi-glossy, and large sized
Fragrance slight, fruity fragrance
Awards AARS 1995
Hardy Zone hardy zones 6b and warmer
You'll get an abundance of melon-orange blooms that are a real eye-catcher in the garden.The ruffled blooms are borne in large clusters, that cover the bush in flushes all season long. They are especially beautiful when used in masse. So plant them in a group for a dramatic display. Try to plant at least three to get the effect!
Be sure to pick some bouquets for the house!
You might have seen a bed of these roses in Disneyland. Because there is a bed of them growing in front of New Orleans Square, along the water front. The display of them is a traffic stopper!
Another place you'll find this fantastic Floribunda rose growing is in Oprah's Secret Rose Garden It is one of her "favorites". She likes the abundance of blooms, as well as the lovely orange color.
The colors on these Floribunda rose flowers,will be deeper in cooler climates.
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