Cream Abundance
Cream Abundance™
Cream Abundance™
Cream Abundance
Cream Abundance™
Cream Abundance
Cream Abundance

Cream Abundance™

$50 Regular price
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Creamy, 3-4” flowers are displayed in a burst of pretty petals on Cream Abundance. This rounded bush will bloom continually, effortlessly creating a wonderful show from spring to autumn. Her foliage is dark green, and she will thrive wherever you plant her. This round bush will perform non-stop in zones 5-10.

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Rose Type English Legend
SKU EL108 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) Covent Garden, Creme Abundance
Bloom Types Very Full
Breeder Code HARflax
Characteristic(s) Pots
Color White
Specific Color Cream
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 Continual Blooming
Year 1999
Approximate Size 3' x 3'

Cream Abundance™

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Di
This rose you just have to have more

Only in the ground for 1 1/2 and it has been in constant bloom. It is out preforming all of the 28 roses I have planted this year.
The leaves are very dark green and the creamy/peach rose is enchanting. And the scent is wonderful.

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Lisa
Gorgeous abundundant bloomer

Cream Abundance has proven to be a keeper in my S CA, zone 10a.garden. Many lovely blooms on a very well-rounded bush. No awkward growth on this one. It fits in nicely in a perennial bed, as opposed to many stiff and upright hybrid teas. The only reason I didn't give it a full 5 stars, is because the petal edges do crisp a bit when we have really hot and dry weather. Most of my other roses do this as well when its dry, windy, and over 95F. Cream Abundance is nowhere near the worst offender. It can get a bit of powdery mildew with warm days and cool nights, but again, not nearly to the degree that some of my others do. She snaps out of it quickly, and makes a lovely cut flower. Overall, I am extremely happy with my Cream Abundance. It currently (late April) has approximately 60 buds and blooms on it, and that's AFTER cutting a vase full last week. It's really a great rose, needs plenty water in my climate though. I like it so much, that if I were to lose it, I would immediately order another from Heirloom Roses!

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Janet
Very healthy

I've had Cream Abundance just over one year, and it is the first to bloom here in the Treasure Valley of Idaho. We've had awful winds for over 3 weeks, yet this rose has the healthiest foliage and is the first to put out big, beautiful blooms. They were constant all last summer, even though the plant was still fairly small. Mine has more of a peachy cast, rather than yellow. I wish you had the option to post photos- it's so pretty!