Pink Flamingo
Pink Flamingo™

Pink Flamingo™

$50 Regular price
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Currently Growing! This Rose Will Be Available Again When It Meets Quality Standards

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
Bloom Types Cupped
Breeder Code MEIkolyma
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'

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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.

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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