First Crush
First Crush
First Crush
First Crush
First Crush
First Crush
First Crush
First Crush

Parfuma® First Crush™

$50 Regular price
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  • Fragrance
  • Container Friendly

First Crush is a delightful rose with blush to cream-colored shading. Her strong, apricot fragrance wafts from high-centered blooms that will bring beauty all season long. This continual bloomer is perfect in beds, borders or pots. Expect First Crush to delight gardeners in zones 5-9.

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Rose Type Floribunda
SKU FL003 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) Constanze Mozart
Bloom Type Very Full
Breeder Code KORmaccap
Characteristic Fragrance, Container Friendly
Color Pink
Specific Color Light Cream Pink
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
Approximate Size 4' x 3'

Parfuma® First Crush™

$50.00
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Tracy
A favorite rose

I’ve had first crush for 5 years. It started slow but now gets dozens of full pink blooms all summer long. The smell is amazing too- both to me and Japanese beetles so this is the rose I collect beetles from every morning to keep them at bay. My bush is now about 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. No issue with fungus and leaves are beautiful too. Zone 6b.

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Linda
Healthy 1 gal start. Growing and trying to set bud already.

Watch the video provided for best results this first year. Very happy with the health and vigor.

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Kim B.
Kordes are great roses

First crush has always been care free. Resisting black spot (in Arkansas and never had it) blooms like a fiend. I have several Kordes roses .. they are my favorites as far as faithful blooms and hardy.

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Carmen M.
Resistant to black spot

I have +50 roses in my garden, almost all of them I have bought them at Heirloom Roses. I planted First Crush in an area that doesn’t get much sun in the morning but some in the afternoon. I will say it is in partial shade, nonetheless it is thriving, growing slowly but has strong canes and the foliage is luscious and resistant to black spot which is a real problem in my area (6b Maryland, north of DC). Blooms have a nice scent and are pink/cream colored but don’t last for a long time. It was a nice addition to the garden and provides some brightness on that particular spot. I treat my roses for black spot and even with that there are always leaves that get the disease, this is not the case with this particular rose.

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Colleen G.
Beautiful!

I planted this rose in 2017, it is a beautiful performer. I live in zone 7 where it is hot and humid in the summer and First Crush has been superbly disease resistant. The third season for this rose in my garden and there are at least 40 buds ready to bloom. The color is wonderful and looks beautiful at twilight. The fragrance is wonderful.

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