Apricot Cupped Rose Bloom Double 16-25 Petals In 3 Rows

Apricot Nectar

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Registration & Introduction

Registered Name:Apricot Nectar
Cultivar Group: Floribunda (F)
Breeder/ Raiser Name:Eugene S. Boerner
Registration Year:1964
Country Of Origin:United States of America
Introduction/s:Introduced in France by Vilmorin-Andrieux in 1964 as ‘Apricot Nectar’. Introduced in United States by Jackson & Perkins Co. (Newark, NY) in 1964 as ‘Apricot Nectar’. Introduced by Unknown (Australia) in 1966 as ‘Apricot Nectar’.
Registration and introduction information for the rose cultivar of Apricot Nectar.


Flower Color:apricot
Flower Fragrance:strong fragrance
Petal Structure:double, 16-25 petals in three or more rows
Bloom Shape:cupped
Bloom Size:11.4cm (4.5in)
Bloom Repeat:repeat flower
Growth Habit:shrub
Growth Height:120cm (3ft9in)
Growth Width:90cm (2ft9in)
Characteristics of growth to identify the rose cultivar of Apricot Nectar.


Disease Resistance:low disease resistance
Cold Hardiness:unknown cold hardiness
USDA Zone:6b (-5 to 0 °F/-20.6 to -17.8 °C), 7a (0 to 5 °F/-17.8 to -15 °C), 7b (5 to 10 °F/-15 to -12.2 °C), 8a (10 to 15 °F/-12.2 to -9.4 °C), 8b (15 to 20 °F/-9.4 to -6.7 °C), 9a (20 to 25 °F/-6.7 to -3.9 °C), 9b (25 to 30 °F/-3.9 to -1.1 °C), 10a (30 to 35 °F/-1.1 to 1.7 °C), 10b (35 to 40 °F/1.7 to 4.4 °C)
Shade Tolerance:unknown shade tolerance
Health information to match planting conditions suitable for growing the the rose cultivar of Apricot Nectar.


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I had two of these plants, both planted 15-Sep-2022

One ended in the graveyard but the other is still ok 🙂