"This rose performs very well in our hot and dry climate."

Rose Society of South Australia names ‘Sunstruck’ rose of the month

The ‘Sunstruck’ rose has been named rose of the month by The Rose Society of South Australia. It is a Hybrid Tea Rose bred by Tom Carruth (USA) in 2004 and released by Weeks Roses in the USA in 2006 as ‘Sunstruck’.


Photo by Tony Hanna.

This large flowered rose has enormous round petals which create a lovely classic flower form of deep yellow gold blushed and bordered with apricot orange. A bright yellow peacock fan pattern on the reverse of each petal gives this rose its name. Long straight stems with deep green leaves carry each flower which has a light fragrance of fruit.

The rose has 26 to 40 petals with an average diameter of 12–15 cm which keeps blooming throughout the season. The medium sized bush ranges from 1.4m to 1.6m with an average width of 1m and has good disease resistance. These magnificent flowers are generally one to a stem and have an attractive round outline with a high pointed centre and quite often appear on the Show Bench. The blooms make a great display in vases lasting up to 10 days.

"This rose performs very well in our hot and dry climate."

For more information
The Rose Society of South Australia
www.sarose.org.au.

Publication date:



Receive the daily newsletter in your email for free | Click here


Other news in this sector:


Sign up for our daily Newsletter and stay up to date with all the latest news!

Subscribe I am already a subscriber