A Rose (Dick Clark) and a Tip for a Happy, Healthy and Successful Living

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Rose:   Dick Clark

Class:   Grandiflora

Date of Introduction:   2009

Parentage:   ‘Fourth of July’ x unknown

Introduced by:   Weeks Roses

The American Rose Society Members’ Choice Award honors a rose receiving one of the highest national garden ratings in the annual Roses in Review survey, one that is widely grown, and one that does well in most parts of the country. ‘Dick Clark’ won the 2015 ARS Members’ Choice award.

‘Dick Clark’, a red blend grandiflora, hybridized in 2009 by Tom Carruth & Christian Bedard has white flowers with a cherry pink edges blushing to all dark red. Blooms are 4-5 inches, borne mostly singly on long cutting stems with large, very clean, dark green, glossy foliage. It has moderate cinnamon fragrance. Prickles are almost straight, moderate, and golden tan. It is easy to grow, broadly rounded and the bushy plants have great vigor, disease resistance and quick repeat. It’s a great garden plant. ‘Dick Clark’ is an award winner: AllAmerican Rose Selection 2011 and Rose Hills Rose Trials Gold Medal HT 2012. The 2014 Roses in Review gives it a garden rating of 7.8 and a show rating of 7.5.

Tip #12 – Live a really authentic life.

 

Until Next time. Stop and Smell the Roses

Rosalinda R Morgan

Author & Garden Writer

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