- Royal Horticultural Society Award of garden Merit
- Rare fiery-orange roses every year
- Naturally clustering flower stems
Let rose Super Trouper play a pivotal role in your summer garden. This floribunda rose blooms in abundance revealing fiery orange roses in large clusters on every flowering stem.
Hardy in the UK and impactful, Super Trouper received the coveted Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit. Bring this award-winning rose into your own garden to fill containers on your patio or balcony. They stay manageable and easy to look after thanks to their naturally neat and compact growth.
Equally attractive in flowerbeds and beds of herbaceous perennials variety Super Trouper adds permanent structure around which you can experiment with different plants of your choice over the seasons.
Rose Super Trouper is both UK-hardy and disease-resistant making it as reliable as it attractive. Dead-head blooms as the petals begin to wither and fall on a regular basis and rose Super Trouper will reveal more flowers in their place right into late summer and early autumn.
We recommend that you plant your bare-root rose in a rich, moist soil like John Innes No3 and keep it well-watered. When it comes into flower in early summer treat your rose plant to a weekly liquid feed high in potash to give all those flowers a boost.
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