It prefers full sun, and will grow to 1-1.5 metres in height and width in your landscape. It is hardy in zones 4-9 and will bring wonderful colour to your garden for years. You still have time to plant it this autumn, trim to shape comes spring, then simply sit back and enjoy. Like its father (Knock Out), Home Run has excellent resistance to black spot. Unlike Knock Out, Home Run is also completely resistant to powdery mildew and has a higher level of tolerance to downy mildew as well.
It is a useful in mass plantings and mixed borders. A very low-maintenance yet colourful plant for sunny areas. Little care is needed, with a trim to shape in spring, and application of a controlled release fertiliser. This rose does not need deadheading or winter protection. Prefers moist, well-drained soil.
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I appreciate your linking up and enjoy personally seeing your great photos, however, due to a work-related busy time I may have not commented lately - I shall endeavour to do so ASAP!
so beautiful! I love roses!ReplyDelete
That rose is so real I can almost smell its fragrance. I would love to take part in this blog hop - once the A to Z challenge is over. Do you visit ieach other and comment?ReplyDelete
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what a beautiful rose!
Have a nice weekend,
Nick, vibrant color. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
It looks like a hedgehog, which I only know in pink and white and a little reddish. In this red I have never seen her. She looks wonderful!
I don't know how in the world missed last post! Anyway, that was a beautiful capture - and so is this! Have a great weekend:)ReplyDelete
Beautiful! My camera has a tough time capturing red petals.ReplyDelete
A really wonderful rose with fantastic and salient features.ReplyDelete
Wish you a nice weekend.
So gorgeous, but, is it fragrant? I can't have a rose without fragrance...ReplyDelete
I love the single flower roses from Tom Carruth!ReplyDelete