Dick Clark
Dick Clark
Dick Clark
Dick Clark
Dick Clark
Dick Clark
Dick Clark

Dick Clark

$50 Regular price
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Dick Clark, the entertainer, was as timeless and loved as this rose. His black-red buds spiral open to showy swirls of cream edged with vibrant, cherry red. Under the intense sun, these classically-formed and cinnamon-spiced fragrant flowers begin to blush a stunning burgundy color.  Dick Clark is a continual bloomer on a tall, bushy, upright plant with large, glossy, dark green foliage. He is sure to be as loved in your garden as his namesake was in Americana television.

More Information

Rose Type Grandiflora
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code WEKfunk
Characteristic Cutting
Color Blend/Multi-Color
Specific Color Cream edged and washed with vibrant cherry red.
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 2009
Approximate Size 5' - 6' x 3' - 4'

Dick Clark

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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Danielle DesLauriers
spectacular color!

The color was so vibrant on these flowers. They bloomed not long after the initial planting. They took their first winter and are pushing fantastic health growth.

Jennifer D
The Roses are Thriving

I bought three roses from you and they are thriving! You definitely get what you pay for (I had roses that died from another company). I planted the bushes a couple weeks ago and already have a rose!

Carol Cameron (aka RkyMtnLady)
Dick Clark is a fabulous Heirloom rose.

The Dick Clark Heirloom rose is simply fabulous!
Love it! Plan on purchasing more next year, for myself and for gifts.

Glen Tortorici
Makes gorgeous sprays of flowers

I just love my Dick Clark roses. It's not an exhibition-type rose, but the form is very nice when they first open. What it does is produce big sprays of bright cherry red roses wonderful for cutting whole bouquets. The roses have lighter centers and reverses, and when they first open they have yellow in the center, looking all the like a cherry parfait. They have a mild fruit-tea-cinnamon scent. The bright cherry color really pops against the glossy, disease-resistant foliage.
This rose would make an attractive hedge or mass planting. I have 3 bushes and cut lots of sprays throughout the summer. If you like brightly-colored roses and cutting a whole bouquet in one snip, you will love Dick Clark. It looks stunning from a distance or close-up.
Glen rosarian from zone 7a.

Leigh Grady
Strong and plentiful

I have two of these and I love them. The blooms are strong and plentiful. Even after the first bloom of spring there was no lull in blooms, they just keep coming. Through extreme temperatures (110 degrees this year) they keep blooming and don't fade for weeks. love these roses.

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