Honey Dijon™
Honey Dijon™
Honey Dijon™
Honey Dijon™
Honey Dijon™
Honey Dijon™

Honey Dijon™

$54 Regular price
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Currently Growing! This Rose Will Be Available Again When It Meets Quality Standards
  • Cutting
  • Fragrance

NEW FOR 2023! This Grandiflora Rose is the "must-have" rose of the year. Fall in love with her delicious, golden caramel to golden tan coloring which starts as bright honey-colored buds with hints of pink in perfect form. She produces 4.25” blooms with 26-40 petals each in prolific abundance thanks to her strong disease resistance and vigorous growth habit. Honey Dijon is highly sought after by florists for her extensive vase life, fruity fragrance, and unique honey-neutral coloring that is anything but bland. An offspring of Stainless Steel and Singin’ in the Rain, Honey Dijon is a “must-have” addition for any cut garden as she will pair well with literally any other roses and has an extensive vase life.

More Information

Rose Type Grandiflora
SKU GR025 GALLON
Bloom Types Full, Clustered
Breeder Code WEKsproulses
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Fragrance
Color Blend/Multi-Color
Specific Color Golden Carmel
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2005
Approximate Size 5' x 4'

Honey Dijon™

$54.00
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Customer Reviews

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L.R.
Honey Dijon

I did have one or two blooms when first planted last year but it has not done well. It is so disappointing when you do everything the way you were supposed to do when planting. I followed the same instructions on all my Heirloom roses, and sadly this beautiful rose is struggling.

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S.A.L.
Dijon roses

Unfortunately did not survive the winter despite being housed in my living room then Did love the color when blooming last summer

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Stacey
One of 6 in my garden💛🌹

Smells sweet. Looks stunning in the early mornings or on rainy day. I love the brown hues and pinks at the edge of the petals. The blooms are has big as 5' in diameter! I wish I could post a picture

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Micki Harriman
What a Beauty

From the time I saw this on the website I fell in love. The rose was out of stock, but the wait was so worth it. I lost my little fur kid in September and he was a honey color. I planted this rose in his remembrance. This rose is one of my all time favorites besides the KoKo. It already has grown and produced a rose. All my roses from Heirloom are of a great quality.

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Justin
Shocking growth

When these first came in about 2 months ago I was aware how big they’d be but they were small and defoliated, I thought damn … no blooms this season, to my surprise these plants quickly caught up to my larger bare root roses in a very short amount of time and are as of July 31st 2023 have about 3 blooms ready to go! I think own root may be the way to go, because when I tell you they caught up to the larger plants I planted this year alone it’s kinda shocking! So hopefully the blooms will be opening in the next couple of days! But the plant health and vigor over all is top notch, it just exploded once put in the ground, I supplanted my local soil with local leaf compost worm castings bone meal and dressed with used coffee grounds and mulch, and all my roses are doing fantastic no black spot and extremely healthy

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