Sunblest Rose in the Winter!

My Sunblest rose is showing quite a bit of activity. I did not prune my rose plants this season so am anxious to see how they fare. Check out one of the Sunblest’s very impressive rose hips!

The Sunblest rose is one of the most prolific rose plants in my garden. The flowers are big and beautiful yellow. Currently, new rose canes are growing free-form and they are dotted with new leaves.

This hybrid tea rose can get tall and I am inclined to let it grow wild in whichever direction(s) it chooses!


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