Rose 'Pink Peace'
Fiber pots available from winter to early spring. Check with your local store for current availability.
Large, graceful buds open to reveal splendid pink petals with an alluring, sweet fragrance. Blooms spring through fall. Perfect container plant, landscape accent or border plant.
Plant with Alyssum
- Landscape Size: 3'-5' tall, 3'-5' wide
- Light Requirement: Full Sun or Morning Sun/Afternoon Shade
- Water Needs: Moderate
- Sunset Zone: 1-24
- Growth Habit: Upright
- Growth Rate: Moderate
- Attributes: Deciduous, Long Bloom Season, Flowers for Cutting, Fragrant, Attracts Bees
See Green Thumb Guide below for region specific information.
When will I be able to pick up my pre-order bareroot rose?
Pre-orders will be available for pick up beginning early 2023.
How will I be notified when my order is ready for pick up?
Notification email from our Fulfillment Team, will be sent when your rose(s) have been delivered to your designated pick up location. We want you to receive your messages, so please add email@example.com to your address book.
Will my credit card be charged before my rose(s) arrive at my chosen Green Acres Nursery & Supply location?
Payment will be taken when your pre-order has been placed.
Am I guaranteed to receive my pre-order?
Due to seasonal availability and environmental factors, there is no 100% guarantee that your item(s) will be fulfilled.
How long do I have to pick up my order?
You will have two days to collect your bareroot rose(s), at a time convenient to you.
Green Thumb Guide
Thrives in enriched, sandy, well draining soil. Feed with a rose and flower fertilizer before new growth in spring, and again mid season. Spread mulch around roots to protect from hot, dry winds. Promote new growth in early spring by pruning vigorously after threat of frost. Requires at least six hours of full sun, preferably with afternoon shade.
These characteristics apply to the greater Sacramento area and nearby regions.
Live outside of our area? Please check with your local cooperative extension for the best growing practices in your neck of the woods
Visit: UC Cooperative Extension Offices (Opens in new window)
Visit: National County Extension Offices (Opens in new window)