The Oso Easy Mango Salsa rose is as the name suggests 'oh, so easy'.
This continual blooming shrub rose is a unique color. It is a mix of red, coral, orange and salmon with a center tuff of golden stamens.
The color makes you think of mangos and something tropical.
Type Shrub Rose
Hybridizer Christopher H. Warner around 2010 (United Kingdom)
Blooms Unique color mix of red, salmon, orange and coral. Flowers are double bloom form with 17-25 petals. Open, rosette bloom
Foliage Dark Green, Glossy foliage
Growth Habits Grows 2-3' high and wide
Hardy Zones Zones 4-9
Parentage Pathfinder X Seedling
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Blooming on the Oso Easy mango shrub rose begins around the middle of summer and continues right through the end of fall.
The lovely blooms completely cover the bush with those shapely, tropical colored petals.
The dark green, glossy leaves make the bush very disease resistant especially to both black-spot and mildew.
The bush continues to bloom in flushes, even without deadheading.
This is a low growing, mounding shrub rose perfect for planting in a mixed border, the front of a garden bed, along walkways, and even grown in containers.