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Transplant Australia's Thank You Rose - 90cm Standard

Floribunda Rose

Sold Out for 2020 Transplant Australia's Thank You Rose  - 90cm Standard

(KORvodacom) - This magnificent floribunda has been named for Transplant Australia as a symbol of thanks and gratitude. It is ideally suited for any occasion when the words 'thank you' are not enough. An award winning rose, it produces clusters of fully petalled blooms that have a most desirable mauve colour, along with a delicate fragrance and dark leaves. The growth habit of this gorgeous rose has proven health and appeal. Approx. 1.2m tall. Awarded The Rose Hill Bowl for best floribunda as well as a Silver Medal at the 2011 'National Rose Trial Garden Awards'.

Treloar Roses will donate $1.00 from the sale of each rose to Transplant Australia, to support transplant recipients and those awaiting a transplant on their journey back to health.

Features & Growth Habit
Rose Type Floribunda Rose
Colour Description Mid purple
Plant Breeders' Rights (PBR) Protected Variety
Other
Tags
Bloom Colour lavender

SOLD OUT - Pre-orders open 1st October

This item is now sold out for 2020. Pre-orders for the 2021 bare root season will open October 1st. Some varieties will also be available potted in spring, please click here for availability (potted roses can be ordered from September on wards).

BARE ROOTED ROSE

Please note this product is a bare rooted rose for delivery in Winter 2020 only. What is a bare rooted rose? Click here.

  • Breeder: Kordes
  • Product Code: STHANYOU
  • Availability: Sold Out for 2020
  • $39.95
  • 3 or more $36.50

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DISCLAIMER:

The colour images and descriptions provided in our catalogue and on our website are to be used as a guide only. Every care is taken to accurately describe growth habits and reproduce the correct colour in our catalogue and on our website. However, other factors such as Australia's varied climatic conditions, seasons and soil type can affect blooming and rose growth.