Grape Jelly
Grape Jelly
Grape Jelly
Grape Jelly™

Grape Jelly™

$50 Regular price
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  • Container Friendly

Grape Jelly is a unique Floribunda since she can also be considered a short Climber. The dainty, bright purple blooms deepen in color throughout the season. She does best in high temperatures, while maintaining her strong hardiness. Enjoy Grape Jelly’s mild fragrance and upright growth habit whether she is in a pot close to the house or in the landscape next to a fence or short trellis.

More Information

Rose Type Floribunda
Alternate Name(s) Pretty Princess®
Breeder Code MEImauleva
Characteristic(s) Container Friendly
Color Purple
Specific Color Bright purple
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2017
Approximate Size 5' x 1.5'-2'

Grape Jelly™

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Cathy A.
zone 9, Texas coast

I planted Grape Jelly on March 23, 2022. She is exactly as advertised. She has been blooming for several weeks now and has more buds to open.

Christine P.
Just Okay for Me

I bought this rose because the sale price was a good deal. I found the color to be more wine colored than I liked. The health of the plant is great and it bloomed well for me. Next season I will move it to a sunnier location. At present it only receives 4 or 5 hrs of sun.

Pretty little rose

I was initially drawn to this rose because of it's cute name. I lucked out and caught it on sale a while back. I've had it several months now and it has been blooming the entire time. I love the little purple-pink colored blooms. It is healthy and beautiful.

Carissa R.
Doing well in 8a New Mexican high desert

I was so worried about this rose because it arrived in the midst of a 106 heat wave. I followed the instructions, shading the rose with an umbrella and each day giving it an additional hour of sun. It scorched a little bit on the hotter days at first, which is expected as its on a southwestern exposure against a white stucco wall of the house. The big box bare root rose in this place before it crisped to death.
Somehow, incredibly, Grape Jelly is doing well now in the blazing afternoon sun. In 3 weeks it’s leafed out and is now reblooming, in the hottest possible location.

So happy with this (:

Melinda B.
Tough and floriferous

I live in Southern CA and have this planted in a large terra-cotta pot. Within a few months this rose was bursting with clusters of hot-pink flowers. We had a 110+ heat wave this summer and it didn't bat an eye, retaining it's good looks while some of my other roses suffered. Blooms almost continuously. Looking to buy and plant more.

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