Golden Wedding is a compact shrub which produces large golden-yellow blooms. With perfectly shaped double flowers and deep green and glossy foliage, it is a stunning addition to any garden. It also has excellent disease resistance. Size: 90cm x 80cm.
About Golden Wedding rose:
|Rose Group||Modern Bush Rose|
|Date of Introduction||1990|
|Hardiness Zone||6 -what’s this?|
PLEASE NOTE: There is no more Potted Stock available for this variety this year. Bareroot is now the earliest buying option.
More about Modern Bush Roses:
Modern Bush Roses are recent Hybrid Tea (Large Flowered) and Floribunda (Cluster Flowered) rose introductions. The long flowering season, bushy growth and good resistance to disease make them excellent garden plants. As a general rule they tend to be shorter and more compact than the Modern Shrub varieties. They can be used in many ways either individually or as massed planting.
Pruning Guide: Prune in February/ March. Prune very lightly in the first year, reducing stems by no more than 1/3. In subsequent years, growths can be reduced by up to 1/2 to leave a beautifully shapely plant.
Read our blog on how to prepare the ground for your bareroot Golden Wedding rose, or for more information on caring for and pruning repeat-flowering shrub roses, visit the RHS website.