Rose, Arctic Flame
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The Arctic Flame Rose has fragrant, fiery red blooms that may reach 4-5" across. It is a prolific long stemmed bloomer with up to 100 blooms on a bush.
Fully double, ever blooming roses!
These famous hybrid tea roses were bred by Dr. Walter D. Brownell from hardy northern varieties. The Arctic Flame Rose is a vigorous rose; they can survive bitter cold as well as burning hot summer heat. Fully double, produce months of beauty for the landscape. This winter hardy, SUB-ZERO® ROSE variety requires little care and little to no spraying. They are almost completely immune to black spot and other common rose problems.
Improve in size and number as years go by!
Too many roses reach their peak of beauty the first year. This lovely SUB-ZERO® SUPER ROSE increases in size and productivity as the years go by. You can expect to have as many as 100 blooms on 4-year old bushes.
Bloom in 60-90 days!
This super hardy hybrid Tea Rose blooms month after month all summer long. Has an unforgettable fragrance too. This SUB-ZERO® ROSE is a strong, healthy hybrid and lives for years! It is known to out-bloom and out-live other varieties. They grow as far south as Florida and as far north as Maine. These outstanding, winter hardy, hybrid tea roses survive 15° below zero temperatures without protection! They need only light protection even when temperatures reach 35° below zero. These are husky 2 year, field grown plants.
Hybridizer wins awards for SUB-ZERO roses!
The late Dr. Walter D. Brownell developed the superb hybrid tea rose for sub-zero climates. He received many awards for his pioneering achievements in this area.
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