Perpetually Yours™
Perpetually Yours
Perpetually Yours™
Perpetually Yours
Perpetually Yours™
Perpetually Yours
Perpetually Yours™
Perpetually Yours
Perpetually Yours™
Perpetually Yours

Perpetually Yours™

$50 Regular price
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Perpetually Yours likes to show off with blossoms and blossoms of old fashioned 3” flowers in a soft yellow shading growing lighter toward the petal edges. Her flowers cover this continual blooming climbing English Legend rose. Grow her anywhere you please including on pillars, walls, trellises, posts, arbors and fences. Expect her to take off and grow upwards of 10-15’ tall.

More Information

Rose Type English Legend
SKU EL123 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) Canterbury
Bloom Types Very Full
Breeder Code HARfable
Color Yellow
Specific Color Soft yellow
Fragrance Moderately 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 2000
Approximate Size 10' x 8'

Perpetually Yours™

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Stephanie Caballero
So far so good!

I just got them and planted in them the ground and within a week they had bloomed! I cannot wait to see how they grow and bloom a year from now.

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Linda
She's A Fragrant Beauty

After my aggressive spraying in April this year my first (2017) Perpetually Yours sustained some damage. Actually I ordered a new one in May because I didn't think it would make it but it's fine now. The new PY arrived on June 12 and had it's first bloom on July 6. The scent is indescribable, so delicate. I am looking forward to these two sisters merging and fantastically filling out the trellis.

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Amy
Lovely on an arbor

I have a garden arbor, but was having trouble finding a plant that would work on it going the frugal route. I had been hesitant to try roses, thinking they would be high maintenance, but I finally decided to purchase (2) Perpetually Yours roses. These are the least maintenance I have ever had to put into growing on an arbor, just occasionally tying and pruning. They are already at about 5' high after only 1 full year of being in the ground. They bloomed beautifully last year (first year) and I can't wait to see what my arbor will look like this year in full bloom now that it is more established. I am now addicted to roses in my garden and have purchased a few more varieties from Heirloom Roses. They really offers a quality product that I have not seen from other online plant retailers. Zone 6/7 Full Sun

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Jill Z.
Lovely and Vigorous Bloomer

I received this rose exactly 1 month ago today. The roses were packaged with the utmost care and they arrived in great looking shape considering they traveled from CA to Pennsylvania. Soaked the roots and put in shade for a few days, then popped them into the ground. It has been a vigorous grower in full sun zone 7, sending up lots of leaves and buds in just a short time. It is about a foot tall and is absolutely covered in gorgeous flowers. This is being trained up an arbor over my front sidewalk to my home. With it's lovely performance so far, I am hoping that it'll welcome guests with it's beautiful blooms for a long time.

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Lee
Perpetually charming

I had it for 4 months now and it's growing really well Zone 6A. I was surprised during its first month because it blooms endlessly though I noticed it falls easily as well. I believe it's alright because it's still young and already showing it's promising. I can't wait to train it and cover the front porch of its beauty. It's on direct sunlight, gets enough water and fertilized every after 3 weeks. I can tell it would perpetually climb and charm everyone.

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