Jane Seymour Rose

Lavender Pink Floribunda Roses

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.

Jane Seymour Rose

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.

More about the Jane Seymour Rose..

Type Floribunda

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


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