Ringo All-Star

Rose (Rosa x)
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Care information

Full sun (6+ hours/day)

Moist, well drained, slightly acidic soils are best; that said, roses are known to be quite adaptable to soils except for very wet areas.
Average water needs.

Fertilize in late winter/early spring with a granular (not liquid) rose fertilizer. You may fertilize monthly through late July if desired. 

Prune in spring, cutting back to just above where large, healthy buds are emerging. 

An award winning rose: Hampton Court Palace, Rose of the Year, 2015; Hradec Králové Honourable Mention, 2020

Ringo All-Star rose in a 3 gallon pot

Long blooming, distincitve color, disease resistant

Named the Royal Horticulture Society Rose of the Year in 2015, Ringo All-Star rose features single flowers with a unique color blend of melon-orange and pink that age to lavender for a multi-colored effect. Healthy, disease resistant foliage stays fresh and clean without spraying. Developed by Chris Warner of the UK.

Ringo All Star rose in a landscape
A Ringo All Star rose bloom with drops of water on one of the petals

Additional Information

BOTANICAL NAME

Rosa 'Chewyesup'

ZONE

4, 5, 6, 7, 8

HEIGHT

2-3'

WIDTH/SPREAD

3'

BLOOM TIME

Summer

EXPOSURE

Full Sun

USES

Covering fences, Woodland gardens

FEATURES

Attracts pollinators, Disease resistant, Reblooming

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