Deep red roses on the Sevillana rose appear in clusters throughout the season. You'll get dense clusters of fully double, bright red rose blooms.
The beautiful red blooms measure 3" across, and come on a healthy growing rose bush.
Sevillana rose produces flowers all season from spring until frost finally stops it. This is generally from June through October. Once the blooming stops the bush sets masses of bright orange red hips.
Hybridizer Marie-Louise Meilland France (1978)
Blooms Deep Red Fully double blooms are 4" across with 13-15 petals
Foliage Dark Green and disease resistant
Fragrance Slight to no fragrance
Growth Habits Upright growing bush reaches 3-5' tall by 2-3' wide
Hardy Zones zones 5-9
As the picture shows, the 'Sevillana' rose produces cascades of fiery red blooms that cover the entire bush all the way to the ground.
'Sevillana' has a rounded growth habit, but tends to grow upright, getting to around 4' tall, and about 2-3' wide.
This Shrub rose is very hardy, and very disease resistant.
It blooms in flushes all season.
Even when not in bloom, the bush is lovely.
This rose makes an outstanding Hedge rose, or plant it in mass for a show stopping display.
Minimal pruning required for this rose. A trimming of top growth in the spring is usually all that is needed.
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