Peachy Creeper
Peachy Creeper
Peachy Creeper
Peachy Creeper
Peachy Creeper
Peachy Creeper

Peachy Creeper

$50 Regular price
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  • Pots
  • Pollinator Friendly

Peachy Creeper is a true, continual blooming, ground-hugging variety. Her lovely peachy-orange blooms are blushed with golden yellow and are borne in absolute profusion. The plant is strong and vigorous with mid-green, shiny, and dense foliage.

More Information

Rose Type Shrub
SKU SH112 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) Euphoria®, Euphorbia
Bloom Types Single
Breeder Code INTereup
Characteristic(s) Pots, Pollinator Friendly
Color Blend/Multi-Color
Specific Color Peachy orange
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1997
Approximate Size 1'-2' x 4'

Peachy Creeper

$50.00
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Customer Reviews

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Melissa M
Beautiful and Healthy

My roses were very well packaged and arrived undamaged. The bushes had lustrous foilage and, two weeks post planting, seem to be enjoying their new home. I live in the mountains so it's already getting quite cold - I don't expect my new roses to do anything at the moment except to hunker down and dig in roots. I can't wait to see them comes Spring.

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Debra P.
Not for Gulf Coast zone 10

Planted PC in my raised bed, FS Eastern exposure. Leaves became riddled with disease and it soon defoliated and died. I do not use chemicals so if it cannot survive our climate on its own given adequate water, fertilizer, drainage & light it does not get re-ordered. The flower was very pretty and the low-growing habit is useful. Folks in other climates should give it a try.

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Karen K.
Blooms!

Just planted this about a month ago and it is blooming away. Blooms start a bright cantelope color, then fade through peachy colors to a pale pinkish. When it is more mature and filled with blooms it will be a symphony of peachy hues. Love it already.

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Anne C.
hardy plants

Planted these on a difficult slope hoping for a patch of color. Have not been disappointed. They have survived wind, short drought and winter (zone 5) with no problems.

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Debi H.
Bought it! Love it!

Bought 'Peachy Creeper' in March and it's having its first bloom 2 1/2 months later and it is prolific! Love it!

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