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Nearly Wild

Nearly…nope, you’ll go hog wild when you see the spring bloom…because the flowers nearly smother the foliage. This proven cold-weather performer is great when it comes to floriferousness. Mass plantings give the best displays. Give it good air circulation for the maximum performance. Can blackspot when crowded. Best in cold climates.

Nearly Wild Floribunda/Shrub Rose

Rose Name:

Nearly Wild

Cultivar:

 

Patent #:

 

Class:

Floribunda/Shrub

Flower Color:

Medium pink

Fragrance:

Slight apple

Bud Form:

 

Flower Form:

Single, in clusters

Flower Size:

Medium-small

Petal Count:

5

Stem Length:

 

Plant Habit:

Medium-compact

Growth Habit:

Bushy & rounded

Foliage Color:

 

Disease Resistance:

 

Hybridizer:

Brownell—1941

Parentage:

Dr. W. Van Fleet x Leuchstern

Introduced By:

 
   
   
   
Own-root