Basye's Purple Rose

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  • Fragrance
  • Hips
  • Winter Hardy
  • Pollinator Friendly

This fuchsia/magenta colored Rugosa has an aromatic, fruity fragrance. Her flowers average 2.5” with 4-8 single petals in form. Basye’s Purple Rose will bloom in flushes throughout the season. She is very hardy and will thrive down to zone 3 and withstand heat up to zone 9. She is a great addition to a carefree garden.

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Rose Type Rugosa
Bloom Type Clustered, Single
Characteristic Fragrance, Hips, Winter Hardy, Pollinator Friendly
Color Pink
Specific Color fuchsia/magenta
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 3 (-40° to -30°), 4 (-30° to -20°), 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1968
Approximate Size 5' x 5'

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Rose with intensely purple/maroon blossoms unlike any other rose

I’ve had this rose for a couple of years and it didn’t do much except put up a thorny spindly stalk. But this year it put out a whole bunch of leaves and flowers which are glorious! I have over 150 roses ( and have planted many more which are no longer with me) and have never seen a color like this one. I’m excited to see how it will develop as it gets bigger and has more blooms!

Unique and beautiful

I planted two of these this year. Hardy and quite beautiful. Very unique in its foliage and color. Color Goes so well next to other roses. Really love this rose.

Heidi S.

I have asked more questions about this rosebush than any other. Didn’t realize how differently they grow than my others. I love Basye’s! The plant was gorgeous when it arrived and is 3 times bigger than when I planted it! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Linda F.
Basye's hit the ground running

This rose is amazing! I planted her in March, and there were 4 new thick canes growing from the ground 6 to 10 inches away from the main base stem in under 3 months. She had a few small flowers, color true to the photos, but it looks like she wants to get bigger before she blooms out. There are a plethora of small prickles; will have to use the gloves to trim this one. I have her under a tree in dappled sunlight, seems like she likes it there. Tennessee Cumberland Plateau 1900 ft zone 6b

Anne N.
intense color, very hale

I just planted mine this year so I can't comment to how it winters. I can say that it arrived gloriously healthy. Once it was planted it took right off and gave me an initial few blooms. The color of mine is darker than the pictures and the pictures can't show how velvety and rich the texture of the petals are. Its now putting on a second flush of blooms. My yard has been plagued by aphids and black spot this year but with appropriate care this rose is extremely healthy. I'm looking forward to enjoying it for many years to come.

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