Pink Peace
Pink Peace
Pink Peace
Pink Peace

Pink Peace

$50 Regular price
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  • Fragrance
  • Pots

NEW TO ROSES? PICK ME! Bred from Peace, Pink Peace is a prolific producer of very large, fully double, 5-7" blooms with a petal count of 60+. She pushes out bright silvery-pink blooms on mid-length cutting stems with a very strong fragrance. Pink Peace will grow tall and continually bloom all season long. This rose is perfect for arrangements! Between her hardiness, invigorating scent, and prolific blooms, it’s easy to see why she has so many five-star reviews!

More Information

Rose Type Hybrid Tea
Bloom Types Double
Breeder Code MEIbil
Characteristic(s) Fragrance, Pots
Color Pink
Specific Color Bright Pink
Fragrance Very 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 1959
Approximate Size 4' - 5' x 3' - 4'

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Denise Warner
Pink Peace rose

I bought a Pink Peace in Reno, Nevada around 2016. It was beautiful and fragrant, but I would only get 3-4 roses on it per summer, growing about 36” tall. Moved to NE Oklahoma in 2019, replanted it on the north side of the house, below the raised porch. It is about 7-8’ tall now, and blooms almost continuously through the first hard freeze. Best rose ever! Beautiful and fragrant!

Heather M.
Close to perfect

One of the most beautiful and free flowering roses in my dry, high mountain rose garden. I live in a difficult climate, and this gorgeous rose is a stand out in my collection of 120+ different rose bushes. First to bloom, last to stop, perfect classic shape, amazing fragrance, rarely goes more than two weeks between flushes—which are show stoppers.

It isn’t perfect, but it sure is close. The only issues I’ve noticed are: In the month of July, it does tend to throw a smaller, semi double bloom. In the fall, about 10% of the HUGE flowers have centers that tend toward green or vegetative. In early spring and fall, when we have warm days and chilly nights, it sometimes gets a touch of powdery mildew on leaves or buds in my no spray garden, but the flowers shrug it off and thrive. Pink Peace is so reliable and bloom crazy I overlook these small flaws.

4.8 stars out of 5. An absolute rock star.

Pamela T.
Jumped out the box and started blooming :-)

Ordered about a dozen roses from HR this year (5 last year) and this was one of the healthiest-blooming before I could plant her!
Already cut 4 blooms-nice, well shaped but not as big or fragrant as I expected of a 'Peace' rose.
I'm hoping as she grows, she will live up to the expectation.-zone 6A.

Karen P.
My hands down favorite

This is my favorite rose. I love it so much l gave one to my best friend. Usually when l get roses my husband says they look like dead sticks. This one he said he could tell was alive. It seemed like as soon as l put it in the ground it was off and running. It has blooms as we speak. The smell ooohhhh the smell. I took two to work and a co worker said someone had on to much perfume! I called her into my office and she could not believe it was my roses.

Robert E.
A historic P!nk rose

Large vibrant pink blooms on a upright hybrid tea bush. Cultivated in the 50's so don't expect a modern disease resistance bush BUT do expect beautiful pink blooms.

My bush was purchased on June 18, 2015 late in my zone 7 spring. It shipped on June 23 in a 1 gallon pot and was planted on July 2, 2015. I am now enjoying the 4th season with the bush and as with any own root bush it has better form than a grafted bush. I planted this on the north side of my house and was considering transplanting it this year as it was developing a little slow as it gets no sun during winter - the microclimate on the north side may be like zone 6 or 5 but as it is own root it survived all 3 winters. My 2 grafted Peace bushes did not which where on either side of it. After deciding to leave it where it was I am happy with my decision. The bush grew a perfect "V" shape; it is blooming consistently - not continuously but the time in between flushes is short, and it is holding well this year against blackspot. This year I have been doing organic spraying only and it may be ready next year to try no spray. It will get blackspot and may require a spray every now and then. The pictures of the rose on this site are true. I have an image at Scent is subjective and I haven't had any strong scent coming from it but I do need to work on the soil and am adding magnesium and calcium (dolomitic lime) which may help. A historic rose well worth adding to any garden.