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Color of Jupiter

Color of Jupiter

  • Breeder: Bred by Norihiro Yajima in 2013.

  • Plant Type: "Color of Jupiter" is classified as a shrub rose.

  • Flower Color: The flowers exhibit a unique transformation. Initially, they are a soft pink lilac, which then ages to a tan color. Additionally, the flower color changes throughout the seasons, appearing grayish in spring and fall, and changing to vivid pink in summer due to heat.

  • Fragrance: The rose emits a moderate fragrance, adding a pleasant scent to the garden environment.

  • Bloom Form: The blooms have a very full quartered bloom form with over 41 petals, creating a lush and intricate appearance.

  • Bloom Period: "Color of Jupiter" produces blooms in flushes throughout the growing season, ensuring a continuous display of its captivating flowers.

  • Plant Height: The rose can reach a height of up to 5 feet (approximately 150 cm), making it suitable for various garden layouts.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone: It's noted that the exact USDA hardiness zones are unsure, but it is indicated to be suitable for zones 5 to 9.

  • Mature Size: At maturity, the rose reaches a size of 5 feet, providing a versatile presence in the garden.

  • Growth Characteristics: "Color of Jupiter" is described as very fast-growing with healthy green leaves. It features numerous branches that contribute to its full appearance.

  • Repeat Flowering: This rose variety is noted for its ability to repeat flower well, ensuring a consistent and captivating bloom.

"Color of Jupiter" offers a blend of color transformation, fragrance, and unique bloom form. Its ability to adapt its color based on temperature and seasons adds an element of surprise and intrigue to the garden. The combination of soft pink lilac, tan, and vivid pink tones creates a dynamic and ever-changing display. Its vigorous growth and repeat flowering nature make it a practical and attractive choice for gardeners seeking a captivating and evolving rose variety.

    $55.00Price
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