The Lady Elise May rose, produces coral/pink flowers, consistently all season. As you can see from the picture above, the deep coral colored buds open to semi-double flowers that open flat to show off pretty yellow stamens.
These hardy shrub roses are a perfect choice for containers, walkways, borders, or hedges. It seems to be Always in bloom!
This is a hardy, compact rose, that works well in many situations. It is excellent for mass plantings or when used as a landscape shrub. The showy coral/pink flowers stand out well against the bright green, (disease resistant) glossy foliage.
The flowers appear in large clusters all season, which is late spring right through fall.
Type Shrub Rose
Hybridizer Reinhard Noack 2005 (Germany)
Blooms Coral/pink with bright golden stamens. Flowers are 4 1/2" across, with 8-14 petals
Growth Habits Vigorous grower. The rounded, bushy, dense plants can grow upright to 3' tall by 2' wide.
Foliage medium dark green, glossy, hooked prickles (thorns)
Fragrance only a slight fragrance
Awards AARS 2005
Hardy Zone zones 4-11
The Lady Elise May rose is very hardy, easy to grow and care for, and is known for being a consistent performer in all areas. It establishes itself quickly, and is not as fussy as some other roses. It easily adapts to more difficult environmental conditions.
The semi-double, cluster-flowered bush produces flowers continually all season long. The bush grows dense, making it a great bush for a hedge.
Deadheading the bush encourages it to re-bloom faster.
This rose is easy to care for, and is also very disease resistant, especially to Black-spot. It is heat tolerant, and will do especially well in warmer areas, although it is hardy down to zone 4.
It is especially very nice when planted in groups. Try planting them in groups of three and wait for the show of lush, coral/pink flowers!
This repeat bloomer is classified as a Pink blend.
Plant some Baby's Breath nearby, and pick some for your bouquet. There is not much of a fragrance on this one, but the flower power is amazing!
Long, 12-20" stems, make this rose makes a nice rose for cutting, but, watch out for those thorns! You'll find downward hooked prickles on this one!