The Sriracha rose produces very beautiful orange colored Floribunda roses.
These orange roses are a new 2015 introduction from Jackson & Perkins. Company (known for their beautiful roses).
Sriracha is a spicy culinary favorite popular in hot sauce. This rose is as hot and spicy as its namesake, and soon to be just as popular.
The stunning attention getting color is a mix of coral and coppery orange and dark salmon.
The double bloom form roses displays it's lovely blooms abundantly in clusters of 3-9 per stem.
The rose bush makes a great display in the garden, especially when planted in a mass display.
It has disease resistant glossy foliage that adds to the beauty of the rose plant.
Floribunda roses are known for their flower power of producing cluster after cluster of blooms, and this one is no exception!
As a focal point in the garden, I would surround it with lower roses in a yellow shade to make it really stand out. Purple companion flowers would be a nice addition to the front, or mixed in with the yellow ones.
Type Floribunda roses
Hybridizer Introduced by Jackson & Perkins 2015
Blooms Orange blend Coppery orange/Coral blooms are about 4" across
Foliage Glossy green foliage
Growth Habits Bush grows 3-4' tall by 3-3/2" wide
Fragrance Sweet, Spicy scent
Hardy Zone zones 5-10
Not only is this a beautiful rose with a nice fragrance, but it is disease resistant and quite winter hardy as well.
It is an own-root rose, meaning it is not grafted to rootstock of another variety, but grows on its own roots. Some areas such as mine (zone 5), and colder areas Love own-root roses! This is because even if the winter kills the canes to the grounds, new ones will sprout up from the roots, and they are true to the variety.
The Sriracha rose is on my want list for spring!