The Jane Seymour rose bears lavender pink Floribunda roses as elegant and lovely as their namesake 'Jane Seymour'.
Named for the award winning actress, author and painter, this rose is a 2013 introduction from Jackson & Perkins.
This lovely rose appears stunning in all stages of bloom. The beautiful pointed buds turn to double blooms that have a deeper colored center with lighter colored outer petals as they first open. They eventually open flat to reveal a white center with golden stamens.
The blooms are moderately fragrant, with a delicious scent of spice.
Clusters of flowers appear in flushes throughout the growing season, making a nice display not only in the garden, but in a vase on the table as well.
'Jane Seymour' roses make wonderful flowers for cutting. They come on long cutting stems (14-16") perfect for cutting.
Hybridizer Introduced by Jackson & Perkins 2013
Blooms Lavender/pink blooms are 4" across with about 20 petals.
Fragrance Moderate, spicy
Foliage Dark green, glossy foliage
Growth Habits Grows 5' high by 4' wide
Hardy Zones zones 5-9
This rose grows to around 5' tall by 4' wide at maturity. It has dark green, glossy, disease resistant foliage that really make the light colored lavender/pink roses stand out. It will certainly get noticed in the garden!
Best Uses for this rose 'Jane Seymour': Garden beds, rose garden, border, cutting garden