Hawkeye Belle
Hawkeye Belle
Hawkeye Belle
Hawkeye Belle
Hawkeye Belle
Hawkeye Belle

Hawkeye Belle

$50 Regular price
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  • Fragrance
  • Container Friendly
Hawkeye Belle is one of Griffith Buck’s most beautiful creations. This outstanding shrub rose is stunning with pink, fully double 4-5” blooms of 36-42 petals that fade to creamy-white toward the edges. She is extremely fragrant with sweet perfume on a vigorous, upright continual blooming bush that is well foliaged with leathery olive-green leaves overlaid with rich bronze. This plant is winter hardy in the midwest without protection.

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Rose Type Hardy
SKU HR106 GALLON
Bloom Type Very Full
Breeder Code BUC
Characteristic Fragrance, Container Friendly
Color Blend/Multi-Color
Specific Color Creamy white edged pink
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 4 (-30° to -20°), 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 1975
Approximate Size 4' x 3' - 4'

Hawkeye Belle

$50.00
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Customer Reviews

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A.P.
Lots of flowers on smallish bush

This bush is a bit smaller than the other Buck Roses I have grown, but it is producing lots of very beautiful, slightly fragrant flowers. Very healthy. I am growing in full sun in fertile clay soil.

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Nancy
Oh darn it should have bought 2 more

She is a keeper..... she leafed out and started throwing out buds shortly after planting ..... small blooms ....& has a delicate fragrant ..w? time will get much stronger .... She is Happy and I'm Thrilled can't wait till spring to see her show off

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Lyudmila
Excellent

I have a very young garden , about one year and a half with 100 roses in Florida zone 10A Hawkeye belle grew quickly. And showed absolutely beautiful show of the blooms Creamy with pinkish shades roses look not real perfect with colors and the shape whole plant Unfortunately our neighbors poisoned their lawn from the bugs and that spray went to my gorgeous bush of the beauty queen I lost it and keep checking when that rose will be available- defiantly want to order one more

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Alina S.
Yet to impress

Lovely color, with outer petals so fragile that they start slightly browning way before full bloom. Hawkeye Bell was protected with mulch and did well over winter here in zone 6b. She produced three very small (more on knockout rose scale) flower buds, but no matter how anxious I am to welcome her blooms, this is her first summer so I'm not mad)))
Other little kinks about her:
She's pretty but has no cutting longevity.
No fragrance so far, hopefully later when she matures.
She was planted into organic soil mix, with regular HR fish fertilizing, but her her growth vigor is less than enthusiastic.
Lastly, if you have voles better be safe and protect your baby rose by planting her into a 15 gallon 1/4" netting bag or bucket. It'll give her room to establish main roots and if voles would occasionally nibble on roots outgrown netting perimeter, it won't matter.

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Desiree G.
Hawkeye Belle

Arrived with little to no foliage but in a few weeks time, has now exploded with rich dark green leaves & is just about ready to put out her 1st blooms! So far so good.

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