Julia Child™
Julia Child
Julia Child™
Julia Child
Julia Child
Julia Child™
Julia Child™
Julia Child™
Julia Child
Julia Child™
Julia Child
Julia Child
Julia Child
Julia Child™

Julia Child™

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The fragrance of this rose is a delight to the senses with a surprising, mild, licorice scent. Julia Child’s buttery, golden yellow 4” blooms have 20+ petals and flowers cover this continual blooming plant. She is an excellent choice for the flower bed or as a landscape plant. Julia Child was the AARS winner for 2006.

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Rose Type Floribunda
SKU FL498 GALLON
Bloom Types Double
Breeder Code WEKvossutono
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Color Yellow
Specific Color Yellow
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 2004
Approximate Size 3' - 4' x 3' - 4'

Julia Child™

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James Valverde
Simply The Best!!

I’ve been growing Julia child roses for years as both bushes and trees and it is truly the best performing of them all! I’ve grown hundreds of different rose varieties and you just can’t go wrong with Julia Child. It is completely disease free no spraying required, blooms her heart out from early spring to first frost, has a wonderful bushy rounded growing habit making her perfect for containers, formal hedges or a uniform standard tree rose. Let’s not forget her strong delicious unique spicy licorice fragrance. I have yet to find any other rose to outperform her, closest thing to it I’ve been able to find is a recent introduction called Violets Pride which is basically a slightly larger version of Julia child but in Purple/lavender colors. Just occasionally prune, feed, water and enjoy. She’s everything a modern rose should be!

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Mary Dean
Forever Blooming

I have three Julia Childs in my small rose garden. She is forever blooming. I love to make beautiful bouquets and she is always a part of the bouquet. She is easy to grow and loves to be the center of attention. Very little black spot and a sweet fragrance makes her my favorite rose.

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Elisabeth
Perfect Addition...

We decided to turn one of our beds into a rose garden. Despite torrential spring rain and a drainage issue requiring our attention, our two new Julia Child roses have begun to thrive. The leaves are lovely green and shiny, the roses delicate and scented beautifully. Long ago, I was a fan of the chef, Julia Child, but even more, the Julia name means so much to me, as it was my late mom's name. This rose is everything I had hoped for, blooming continually, and bringing delicate sunshine, and the tender memory of my mom to our yard.

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Lynn Simmons
100% hands down my favorite rose

I received this rose Mother's Day 2020 and it is, hands down, my absolute favorite rose of all. The yellow coloring ranges from the richest buttercream frosting-like intensity to the palest of yellow depending on the stage of the bloom. The bush produces continually throughout the season and has been my earliest and latest bloomer each year. The bush is strong with sturdy stems. I flood my family with photos of this beauty every season. Julia Childs is the star of the show at my house.

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Riyana
all the yellow roses you could ever want

This beauty outdoes every other rose in my garden by a long shot-- and I have about twenty different types. She cannot contain herself. All I do is water, and before you know it, the bush is covered in butterscotch yellow blooms. Mine is in mostly sun, but probably a little less than full sun, zone 9. Amazing. Anywhere I go, I'll be sure to plant one.