Bull's Eye™

$50 Regular price
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  • Container Friendly

The cranberry eye zone set at the base of each creamy white petal on Bull’s Eye might remind you of Rose of Sharon. He keeps this novel marking up until the flower finishes too! This bushy plant has superb blackspot resistance and tends to have better growth habits and bloom capacity in colder climates. We recommend him for beds, borders or pots so you can enjoy his moderate fragrance.

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Rose Type Shrub
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code PEJamore
Characteristic Container Friendly
Color Blend/Multi-Color
Specific Color Cranberry eye set at the base of each creamy petal
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2011
Approximate Size 4' - 5' x 4' - 5'

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Lisa Arrowood
Cute little rose

I bought this rose from Heirloom several years ago. At first I thought it was going to die as it was very small and did not bloom. Then with more intensive fertilizing, it began growing much more, and put out those eye catching blooms. They are smaller blossoms than I expected, but they are really unique in my rose bed. This year (2023) we’ve had a lot of rain in Massachusetts and the rose has grown even bigger. I’m excited to see how much it blooms next year! There really is no rose like this anywhere else among the 100 roses in my Massachusetts yard.

Kelly G.
No luck with this one in Central Fla.

I have been told that white roses struggle in my neck of the woods...

Cathy A.
Love this rose!

I live in zone 9b and am new to growing roses. Bull's Eye is one of the first roses I bought. The first blooms did not have the cranberry eye zone but the color has developed as the plant has grown. I received Bull's Eye on August 2. Today she has three blooms and 14 buds. Definitely a keeper.

Sonja G.
So fragrant and dainty

This rose bloomed right away when I received it in early spring. I wanted to give it a start in a pot that receives partial shade. It gave me a bloom one at a time. Then I moved it into a full sun location, and began thriving. It is now covered in Bud’s with many blooms open at once. It is a low growing bush that has sweet small leaves and blossoms. Very beautiful! this is a showy rose and looks lovely near an activity area like a patio or walkway. It is low growing so is doing very well in a pot. It loves full sun. I love its fragrance. A wonderful addition. Highly recommend. I have named it “Ferdinand.“????

Maryann O.
Eye Candy Rose

I love this rose. I love it so much that I bought another one after seeing the first one bloom. It is just a delight. The crisp white along with the vibrant eye center...so fabulous. I can only wait for it to grow and become a show piece in my parkway area. People are already making comments about how lovely it is.

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