Coretta Scott King

As delectable as your favorite childhood creamcicle treat, elegant long buds of cream begin to 'frost' with blushes of corally orange as they spiral open. But this one doesn't melt in your hands, it holds on to the plant for a great display of color and flower power...big clusters held high for all to see. Very good disease resistance means her 'wrapper' of green stays handsome in the garden for a full season of scrumptiousness. Lip smackingly lovely.

General Information

  • Class Grandiflora
  • Cultivar cv. WEKstohoco
  • Patent Pat.#26,818
  • Plant Habit Tall
  • Growth Habit Very upright, bushy
  • Plant Height 3 to 5 feet
  • Foliage Color Green
  • Disease Resistance Very good
  • Flower Color Creamy white blushing coral-orange
  • Flower Size Medium-large
  • Flower Form Double, in clusters
  • Petal Count 25 to 30
  • Parentage Moonstone x Hot Cocoa
  • Hybridizer Christian Bédard
  • Intro Year 2014
  • Introduced By Weeks Roses
  • Fragrant List Fragrant

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