‘Pink Cupcake’ & ‘Cherry Pie’ baked up a sweet surprise for this bumble bee this beautiful spring morning!
Oso Easy ‘Pink Cupcake’* and ‘Cherry Pie’ baked up a real surprise that will leave you speechless!
Throw out everything you thought about roses being “hard to grow.” ‘Oso Easy’ Roses are the “rebels of the rose world!” They bloom all season without deadheading*, they’re disease resistant, winter hardy, no spray, and are pollinator attractants.
The beautiful pink color has “a touch of coral to keep it from being too light pink”. The color holds true even during the heat of summer. ‘Cherry Pie’ is a darling rose that just simply makes you smile to look at.
TheÂ Proven Winner ‘Oso Easy Roses’Â are part of the fall planting series I did to educate folks on planting roses in the fall and winter hardiness.
*RE: Deadheading, I deadhead (remove spent blooms) from my ‘Pink Cupcake’ I think it yields even more blooms but you don’t have to if you want to just let it do as it pleases.
‘Pink Cupcake’ was hybridized by Christopher H. Warner of the UK
‘Cherry Pie’ was hybridized byÂ Alain Meilland of France
4 thoughts on “What’s Cookin’ In The Rose Garden?”
You know what’s beautiful? You are? The most beautiful flower in my garden!
Very beautiful! I loved my visit to your rose garden and getting a chance to see all of your beautiful roses.
You are a star! “Living on the edge of fame” agrees with you my dear! You are welcome anytime.
The Dewit Garden Tools Manufacturers from Holland, thye wanted to see my operation so they came over for a visit yesterday, they are in the States for the Indy 500! ‘Big Daddy’ treated them to an All-American barbecue! I think they loved it! We are so blessed to live in this beautiful State-of-Illinois! Thanks for being my BFF!
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