Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist
Lady Of The Mist
Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist
Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist
Lady Of The Mist
Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist™
Lady Of The Mist™

Lady Of The Mist™

$50 Regular price
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Lady of the Mist can be grown as a large Shrub or a short Climber. She produces many 100+ petals on a 4-5” old-fashioned, quartered blooms with a unique coloring in the rose world. Lady of the Mists’s soft, violet-pink outer petals open to reveal gradually shading colors of cream and then coppery buff at the center. She is extremely fragrant and consistently produces rich-green foliage.

More Information

Rose Type English Legend
SKU EL312 GALLON
Bloom Types Very Full, Quartered
Breeder Code HARfortran
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Fragrance, Pots
Color Blend/Multi-Color
Specific Color Soft violet-pink shading to cream and then a coppery buff at its striking center
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 2002
Approximate Size 4' - 5' x 4'

Lady Of The Mist™

$50.00
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Customer Reviews

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Barbara Rushing
Best Ever

This is the most beautiful rose in our yard. The colors are amazing and last year it bloomed and bloomed throughout the summer. Going through the winter was touch and go but it finally came through with flying colors 😅. My yard is zone 5 even though it is stated 6. If I had room I would purchase 5 more🌹

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AH
Stunning Rose!

This rose blooms non stop in my garden and absolutely love the color! Highly recommend! To note, the rose does best with protection from late afternoon sun in zone 7a.

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Best Rose Ever!
Beautiful, truly outstanding rose

The color looks like a master artist was in your garden, painting a sunrise! It varies from a peachy yellow to a blushing apricot pink.And the scent is absolutely divine. Very disease resistant & blooms all summer. In love with the Lady!

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A S.
Amazing!

I planted this rose about 4 years ago next to my front entrance and have been training it to climb over the portico roof. It has thrived and produces an abundance of fragrant flowers. It is planted in partial (afternoon) sun with shaded roots. I believe the success behind this (and every rose) is to dig very deep (3 feet in this case), especially if soil is very clay, add a good helping of peat moss. Feeding twice a year is essential.

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Irina W.
Blooming Non-Stop

I got this rose last year. It has been growing and blooming with very short brakes. I don't have any problems with it in my zone 9a with morning fogs every other day. And the flowers are huge. Absolutely love it.

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