Midnight Blue™
Midnight Blue
Midnight Blue™
Midnight Blue
Midnight Blue™
Midnight Blue
Midnight Blue
Midnight Blue

Midnight Blue™

$50 Regular price
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Midnight Blue is a nearly black, velvet purple 2 ½” rose with 25+ petals and a spice clove fragrance, like no other rose on the market. Despite being a Shrub, this compact rounded plant will lend itself to smaller spaces and enrich any landscape. Expect bright, green leaves that contrast nicely to the mysteriously colored flowers with showy, yellow stamens. Big clusters of blossoms will result in lots of color on this very popular continually blooming rose bush.

More Information

Rose Type Shrub
SKU SH984 GALLON
Bloom Types Double
Breeder Code WEKfabpur
Characteristic(s) Fragrance, Pots
Color Purple
Specific Color Purple
Fragrance Very 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' x 3'

Midnight Blue™

$50.00
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Customer Reviews

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J.C.
Roses

They arrived as promised. Beautiful packaging. Healthy and are growing great. Planted April 4th. So know blooms yet and I can’t wait.

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Shirley
Love roses

Planted as directed and now have some buds on the rose bush.

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HM B.
Deep Purple in a Pot - Zone 7b

Gorgeous, rich color and scent. Planted this rose in a large pot on the patio. It attracted aphids last summer, but was resilient through hot weather and winter freezes in Albuquerque.

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Marylata E.
Petite and lovely

Here in Southwest Oregon, the heat is tolerated and after two years in a container, it's still lovely.

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Debra P.
Prolific in Zone 10a Gulf Coast Florida

Helen, give Midnight Blue another try. I planted it in Full sun May 2019. After only 1 year in ground it is blooming prolifically, has a nice scent and is disease free so far without spraying. This rose is very striking because blooms age to varying colors in the same cluster making for a striking focal point. Give it another try........ Wish I could attach a picture.