Coral Meidiland
Coral Meidiland
Coral Meidiland

Coral Meidiland®

$50 Regular price
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Tag or Stake
  • Hips
  • Pots
  • Pollinator Friendly

Coral Meidiland features delicately fragrant, pink buds that open into bright coral-salmon, single blooms with 5 petals each.  The blooms fade into a white eye and are a favorite of pollinators. This bushy, continually blooming plant with dark green, dense foliage has excellent resistance to mildew and blackspot.

More Information

Rose Type Landscape
SKU LS820 GALLON
Bloom Types Single
Breeder Code MEIpopul
Characteristic(s) Hips, Pots, Pollinator Friendly
Color Pink
Specific Color Pink buds open into coral blooms.
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1998
Approximate Size 3' x 3' - 4'

Coral Meidiland®

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the Mean Gardener
constantly blooming workhorse

I have about 50 roses in my garden in Colorado's front range (zone 5) where we have snow in May, Frost in September, heavy clay, drought, strong winds and Japanese beetles - everything to discourage a rose. This one is my favorite. It blooms non-stop, never dies back, and provides cheerful color by the patio all summer long. It seems to thrive on neglect and the beetles leave it alone - my kind of rose!

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Candace
Very nice little rose

I love this rose. We are in zone 5 and I planted it 2 years ago along my driveway strip in a mixed border. It starts blooming in May and doesn't stop until late Fall. The color goes well with the lavenders in the same bed and the gray-green I painted my house. Makes me happy to see it every time I pull into my driveway.

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Ana
Great for mixed border or landscaping

We are in zone 7a. I ordered several of these at the end of this spring. They are about 2ft x 2ft now in October. They started blooming within the first few weeks in the ground. I have issues with aphids and sawfly larvae that come over to my garden for the neighbor's, but the pests have left these shrubs alone for the most part. No issues with black spot despite a very wet summer. Lovely cupped form with bright salmon pink color that fades to a softer shade as the flowers age. They are in a mixed border with blue veronica, lavender, and salvias and have gotten many compliments from neighbors. I will be ordering more of these to use as a low hedge in our new house.

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Ana
Lovely landscape rose

Zone 7a. Planted several of these at the end of this Spring. It is now October and the bushes are 2ft x 2ft. They started flowering within a few weeks of being planted in the ground. Aphids and sawfly larvae generally left them alone, attacked my climbers instead. No issues with black spot fungus despite a very wet Summer. Lovely cupped shaped with bright salmon pink color that fades to a softer shade as the flowers age. They are in a mixed border with salvias, veronicas, and coreopsis. We get lots of compliments on these roses and I will be buying more to use as landscape roses in our new home. Oh, did I mention they are still blooming strong?

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