Pink Flamingo
Pink Flamingo™

Pink Flamingo™

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This compact Grandiflora packs a punch in the color department with non-fading tones of deep pink tinged with salmon. Grown primarily as a container plant or small garden rose, Pink Flamingo  has a classic rose shape and feathery-looking petals. We love her strong winter hardiness and disease-resistance which propel this rose to the top of its class.

More Information

Rose Type Shrub
SKU SH048 GALLON
Bloom Types Cupped
Breeder Code MEIkolyma
Characteristic(s)
Color Pink
Specific Color Salmon-pink
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2010
Approximate Size 5' x 3'-4'

Pink Flamingo™

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Bethany G
Just what we were looking for

This is a solid showstopper when it first puts on blooms in spring and then it goes through multiple periods of 3-8 blooms at once. We bought it based upon the name and color because we have a special pet buried nearby who LOVED pink toys and whose favorite toy was a pink flamingo! I agree that it is thorny as all get out, but that is in keeping with the rose’s place as a connection to a pet that loved to “shake hands” with her teeth. Couldn’t get a more perfect representation that reminds me, makes me laugh, and smells mildly sweet. ♥️ It is in a whiskey barrel container and this is it’s 2nd year and it’s just gorgeous.

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r w.
One of my most reliable bloomers

I have 2 of the Pink Flamingo roses that are about 6 years old now. They are truly some of the best, most reliable roses I have ever grown. They have beautiful dark green glossy foliage (which I love) and multiple continual blooms all summer. No fragrance at least to my nose. I disagree with HR plant description as mine are both in the ground and reliably get to 5 - 6 feet every year. I prune them back by half yearly. No disease EVER. Very thorny plant though. The color is a spectacular hot pink bordering on fuchsia pink. I didn't buy them from HR so I'm not sure if they are bare root. One more thing, they get morning sun and afternoon shade. I live in western WA zone 5.

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