A Rose (Europeana) and a Tip for a Happy, Healthy and Successful Life

 

Europeana 

Rose:   Europeana

Class:   Floribunda, 1963

Fragrant:   Yes

Hybridizer:   De Ruiter, 1963

Parentage:   Ruth Leuwerik x Rosemary Rose

 

Europeana, an eye catching floribunda has pointed maroon bus that open into a 3-4 inches double (25-30 petals) or semi-double (9-16 petals) dark red blooms with bright yellow stamens Europeana is a heavy bloomer, blooming freely from spring to late fall. It blooms in clusters and make for a lovely bouquet with mild fragrance. Foliage is dark green but new growth is reddish and stay that way until the rose blooms, growing to a height of 2 to 3 ft. I had two Europeana when living in Zone 7 and they were slow to start but a fabulous rose nontheless.  It is heat tolerant but susceptible to mildew.

 

Tip #5 – Have a prosperity mindset. Focus on the opportunities that come your way

 

Until Next time. Stop and Smell the Roses

Rosalinda R Morgan

Author & Garden Writer

 

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