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New Zealand Hybrid Tea Rose Fortuniana

Heady fragrance and a sweet look


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  • flowering dateLate Spring to Fall
  • hardiness zone7-10
  • height36 - 60 inches
  • restricted statesAE AK GU HI PR
  • sun exposureFull Sun
  • Fragance lover's dream
  • Exceptional disease resistance
  • Large double flowers great in arrangements

With a sweet pink of a sunrise over the ocean, this Kiwi-named rose is just gorgeous. Its soft, pink color seems lit from within and contrasts beautifully with deep green, glossy leaves on long stems. Fragrance lovers will be unable to resist New Zealand, thanks to its super-fruity, near-sugary fragrance. Do you ever see a rose and just know it will smell amazing? That's this cultivar. Its fully double form is perfect for arranging, and, with excellent disease resistance, New Zealand Hybrid Tea will produce unblemished flowers perfect for cutting. Likes consistent temperatures. Best size when cool.

Fortuniana Rootstock, The Best Option for Southern Regions
Warm-zone gardeners, this changes everything! We're thrilled to now offer Fortuniana rootstock on some of our most popular rose varieties. Prized by rosarians for its superior performance, adaptability and longevity in Southern gardens, Fortuniana rootstock requires more effort for commercial growers to produce, which is also why these roses can be so difficult for home gardeners to find.

Fortuniana rootstock delivers:

  • 20% larger blooms
  • 30% more flowers
  • Greater vigor and adaptability in the South
  • Resistance to root knot nematodes
  • Resistance to crown gall
  • Success in sandy soils

Product Details

  • botanical nameRosa 'MACgenev'
  • flowering dateLate Spring to Fall
  • flower colorPink
  • flower formFully Double, classic Hybrid Tea form
  • formRose
  • hardiness zone7-10
  • height36 - 60 inches
  • planting instructionsDig a hole large enough to easily accommodate root structure. In cold climates, position the graft knot/crown 2 to 3 inches below ground level, in mild climates, position the graft knot/crown right at ground level. Place the plant at the proper height in the hole, and fill two-thirds full with the amended soil. Using a gentle stream of water, fill the remainder of the hole. As the water seeps in, it will moisten the roots and surrounding soil, removing any air pockets. After the water has completely settled, fill the hole to the top with the remaining soil. Sprinkle lightly with water to assure good moisture.
  • pruningRemoving spent blooms will encourage more flowers. Prune dramatically in early spring, after the danger of frost has passed and before new growth has begun. Remove any dead or damaged branches.
  • restricted statesAE AK GU HI PR
  • shipping seasonSpring
  • soil requirementWell drained, humus enriched.
  • spacing18 - 24 inches
  • spread24 inches
  • sun exposureFull Sun
  • watering requirementRoses prefer a thorough watering but do not like 'wet feet'. Water early in the day to avoid wet conditions into the night which can cause issues with fungus and disease.
  • winter careMulch heavily around the base of the plant. Remove promptly in early spring.

Shipping Schedule

When will my order ship?

Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:

2024 Spring Shipping Schedule
Zone Roses
3A-4B 4/8/24- 6/7/24
5A 3/25/24 - 6/7/24
5B 3/11/24 - 6/7/24
6A 2/26/24 - 6/7/24
6B 2/26/24 - 6/7/24
7A 2/19/24 - 6/7/24
7B 2/19/24 - 5/24/24
8A & 8B 2/12/24 - 5/24/24
9A - 10B 1/15/24 - 5/24/24
Last Order Date Zones 3A - 7A: 6/3/24
Zones 7B - 10B: 5/20/24

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