Veranda® Lavender
Veranda® Lavender
Veranda® Lavender
Veranda® Lavender
Veranda® Lavender
Veranda® Lavender
Veranda® Lavender
Veranda® Lavender
Veranda® Lavender

Veranda® Lavender

$50 Regular price
Tag or Stake
  • Cutting
  • Container Friendly

Veranda® Lavender makes for a perfectly potted rose as it blooms in flushes throughout the season. The lush and healthy foliage makes a perfect backdrop for the cupped-to-flat shaped blooms. Bred in northern Germany, this compact Shrub is vigorous even throughout the cold winter. Despite its intended use as a patio container rose, it has proven to perform in the garden as well.

More Information

Rose Type Floribunda
Bloom Type Cupped, Full, Flat
Breeder Code KORfloci67
Characteristic Cutting, Container Friendly
Color Purple
Specific Color Lavender
Fragrance No Fragrance
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2014
Approximate Size 3' x 2'-3'

Veranda® Lavender

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Even better IRL

Picked this up on a whim because I couldn’t resist the fragrance and bright, enticing color. Much more vibrant IRL. Petite but looking to be bigger than it’s advertised size. I have it in an all lavender and coral/apricot garden next to my patio. Looks great with Just Joey, silver euphorbia, coral kniphofia, silver artemisia etc. you’ll want it somewhere you can enjoy the blooms up close. Nonstop blooms in zone 8

Stunning, vigorous rose

This rose has been carefree, bug-free, and disease-free in my garden. The color is absolutely stunning! The blooms are on the smaller side, but perfectly shaped.

Wow! A perfect lavender rose and it’s not even 2 months since it arrived.

Out of the 8 different Heirloom roses that arrived on Sept. 14th, Veranda Lavender is the first one to produce a bud. It’s in full bloom today.

Poor disease resistance, lovely blooms

I'm in zone 7b, and had this rose in my garden for 2 years. It grew rapidly, and bloomed in lovely lavender clusters. Unfortunately, I have heavy blackspot in my area, and this rose was severely affected, in spite of using a variety of fungicides and following standard blackspot control methods. New leaves grew fairly quickly, but they became diseased and fell off so quickly that the stems were frequently bare. I ended up digging it up. This could be good for areas where blackspot is not as much of a concern.

Molly M.
First roses ever

My grandma had beautiful climbing roses when I was growing up and I just had to start growing my own. These are the first roses I’ve ever been able to successfully grow!! My first bloom popped up about two weeks ago and it is beautiful! I love it so much I’m getting one for my mom. I love this plant, I can’t wait to watch it get bigger. Thank you for growing such amazing plants and sharing them with us.

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