Pinktopia Rose

If you’re seeking versatile roses that range from spreading and climbing to dwarf and medium-sized varieties, consider the Pinktopia Rose. Contrary to the misconception that roses require expert care, they are incredibly hardy and require minimal maintenance. Ideal for planting in spring, they benefit from ample watering and a slow-release fertilizer like Rose Tone to ensure vibrant coloration. Pinktopia features abundant, repeat-blooming pink flowers set against dark green leaves. Growing to a mature size of approximately 4 feet in height and 3 feet in width, it’s perfect for hedges, borders, or focal points. Pruning in early spring will prevent leggy growth. Mulching helps retain moisture, especially during hot months, and watering should be done early in the day to prevent fungal diseases.

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