The Sedona rose is a multi colored orange blend rose. These Hybrid Tea roses are typical high centered double bloom form roses in subtle colors.
The elegant buds turn into beautiful flowers in shades of coral, peach orange, red and rose.
If you grow this rose in a warmer climate you will experience deeper shades of red in the flowers. If you garden in one of the cooler climates you will get more lighter shades of pink in the flower. (Either way, it is a very beautiful flower!)
The fragrance is quite questionable on the beautiful Sedona rose.(Some say they notice no fragrance at all, others say a fruity mild scent of pear, and still others say it has a strong scent.).
If you grow Sedona.....please weigh in on how much fragrance yours has, and where you garden. Comment here..
Type Hybrid Tea rose
Hybridizer Dr. Keith W. Zarry 2008 (United States) Introduced by Jackson & Perkins
Blooms Shades of Orange, Coral, Pink Large blooms are 5" across
Fragrance Little to none (sources vary)
Foliage Medium size, glossy, dark green foliage
Growth Habits Upright growing, reaching 5 1/2' tall, by 4' wide
Hardy Zones Zones 6 and warmer
Parentage Artistry x Sultry
Sedona makes a great rose for the garden, and a lovely rose for cutting. The sturdy stems support a uniquely colored Hybrid Tea rose. The blooms are on the large size (5" across)
The blooms come in flushes throughout the season.
Plant this rose in rich soil, and cut back the size by half in the early Spring.