Pearlie Mae
Pearlie Mae
Pearlie Mae
Pearlie Mae
Pearlie Mae
Pearlie Mae

Pearlie Mae

$50 Regular price
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  • Container Friendly
Pearlie Mae seems to glow from within with the most delicate apricot-colored blooms. Wonderful urn shaped buds open into double 5” blooms with 30-35 petals whose coloring makes her a favorite among Griffith Buck’s roses. She is a vigorous, continual blooming, upright bush whose new foliage starts a coppery-red and ages to a shiny olive-green. The plants are winter hardy in the midwest without protection.

More Information

Rose Type Hardy
SKU HR125 GALLON
Bloom Types Double
Breeder Code BUC
Characteristic(s) Container Friendly
Color Yellow
Specific Color Empire yellow and lemon yellow
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 4 (-30° to -20°), 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 1981
Approximate Size 3' - 4' x 4'

Pearlie Mae

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Thank You Griff
Love Griff's Roses

Being from Iowa, I had "attempted" roses in the past but had challenges with black spot and powdery mildew. For a while, I just started purchasing inexpensive, grafted varieties every year and grew them in pots next to my hardy geraniums and composted them after the growing season. Sadly, the potted plants didn't come back in our compost the following year either, lol. Anyway, I had heard about Dr. Griffith Buck and looked all over for his hybrids for many years but could not find them. Now that I have, I have just ordered 2 more of a different Griff variety. Why? Because the 3 Pearlie Mae variety I've planted have been blooming since the first year. These plants begin leafing out about the same time the tulips and daffodils begin to barely sprout...and that's without any protection during the winter. This rose is beautiful. Her deep peach buds finish with apricot centers, expanding to almost pure white edges on some full blooms, but have sort of a pink overcast on others. It's an absolutely beautiful, continually blooming rose. I would recommend her for any rose lover in zone 5 or colder whom has previously had issues with growing roses in a climate that fluctuates from double digit, below zero wind chills to above 90 with 100% humidity in the summer. I don't treat this rose for disease at all, just spray a little liquid fence on her to keep the deer away, and fertilize with a good liquid rose fertilizer once a month and she is a healthy, happy, vigorous lady.

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Jill
Pearlie Mae is a winner in my garden!

I love this rose and I'm not disappointed to have her in my garden! This rose has been a prolific bloomer this summer, and is a healthy grower. I have not had problems with
black spot or powdery mildew as of yet, and we've had many days of rain this past few weeks. Although my sense of smell seems to be more acute than others, I do enjoy her fragrance. I look forward to seeing what Pearlie Mae will do next year!

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