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Scientific Name : Panarosa varieites

Height: These roses are known for their vigorous growth and can become quite large, often reaching heights of 1.8 to 3 meters, 6 to 10 feet, and similar spreads, making them suitable for creating large, impactful displays.

Sun Preference: Panarosa roses are repeat bloomers, providing multiple flushes of flowers from spring through fall, which ensures a long period of visual interest in the garden. They thrive in full sun but can tolerate partial shade. Well-drained soil is ideal, though they are relatively adaptable to various soil types. Regular watering is necessary, particularly during dry periods, to ensure healthy growth and abundant blooms.

Days to Maturity: Panarosa roses are repeat bloomers, providing multiple flushes of flowers from spring through autumn, which ensures a long period of visual interest in the garden.

Plant Spacing: 50cm apart

Appearance: Panarosa roses produce large, full blooms with a classic rose shape. The flowers come in a range of colours, including shades of pink, red, yellow, and white. The foliage is typically glossy green and resistant to many common rose diseases.

Harvesting : Harvest roses early in the morning or late in the evening when temperatures are cooler and the roses are well-hydrated. This helps to reduce stress on the plant and prolongs the freshness of the cut flowers. The best time to cut Panarosa roses is when the buds are just starting to open, showing a bit of colour but not fully opened. This stage is known as the "half-open" stage and ensures the longest vase life.

Vase life : 7 – 10 days

Special features: Panarosa garden roses are bred by Ludwig Taschner, a renowned rose breeder based in South Africa. They are designed to thrive in a variety of climates and conditions. As with many roses, Panarosa garden roses can symbolize love, beauty, and passion. The specific colour of the rose can add additional layers of meaning (e.g., red for love, white for purity).

Design features: These amazing roses with their scent and shapes as well as colours are primarily used as focal flowers and in some instance as supporting flowers.

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