Strike It Rich
Strike It Rich
Strike It Rich™
Strike It Rich
Strike It Rich
Strike It Rich
Strike It Rich
Strike It Rich

Strike It Rich™

$50 Regular price
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Currently Growing! This Rose Will Be Available Again When It Meets Quality Standards
  • Cutting
  • Fragrance
  • Container Friendly

VERY DISEASE RESISTANT! Win the rose lottery with Strike It Rich™ and fall in love with her sweet, spicy fragrance and large, 5” flowers! Her deep, golden-yellow blooms feature 30+ petals and are highlighted with rose-pink edges for a truly unique look. We love her red canes and dark, green leaves that set off the rich blooms. If you’re looking for a hardy rose that will fight against disease, this is your girl! Strike It Rich™ is tough, vigorous, and doesn’t need outside treatment to keep disease at bay. Bring her very fragrant blooms inside to create beautiful, luxurious arrangements.

More Information

Rose Type Grandiflora
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code WEKbepmey
Characteristic Cutting, Fragrance, Container Friendly
Color Yellow
Specific Color Yellow spun with orange 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 2007
Approximate Size 4' - 5' x 4'

Strike It Rich™

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
So striking!

I have this rose in a SW fence corner of my coastal Northern California zone 9b/10a garden. It has a perfect 4x5' form after 3 years. Perfectly blended yellow, orange and red blooms which are very healthy and the whole bush is almost always holding at least a dozen blooms! Mild to medium fragrance.

Glen Tortorici
A true continually-blooming rose

Strike it Rich is probably the lowest-maintenance rose I own. It quickly reaches 5 feet tall (by the second year) and is continuously loaded with bright orange-yellow blooms in clusters that have a moderate tea fragrance. Everybody who sees them raves about the color and asks what variety it is. The foliage is very disease- resistant, and the stems have a dark reddish color; new growth is reddish too. It doesn't last too long as a cut flower, but cutting them would only reduce the brilliant garden display anyway.
Strike it Rich would make a spectacular hedge, formal rose bed, or grown in groups of 3 or more. It's mid-October and mine are still loaded with blooms. It's a far prettier and lower-maintenance rose than Double Knockout, which is so over-planted. It has a yellow sport called 'Ch-Ching'.
Glen rosarian in NE Oklahoma zone 7A.

Rosa Lee
Blooming Powerhouse

I just planted this delightful rose in March and she's been the talk of the neighborhood. She puts out long-lasting blooms constantly in my 9B Coastal Texas home. She's exactly as pictured for most of the blooms, some with no pink edge, others with a little, but the glowing yellow is even more vibrant than pictured! It gives me high hopes that her blooms won't fade in the really scorching summer heat later in the year, like so many yellow roses tend to. So far, it's mid-May and she's doing great in our 86-89 degree days and not slowing down. Her fragrance varies too, from very pronounced on some roses to more muted on others. But, that gorgeous glowing deep yellow makes up for any first year hiccups. All my Heirloom roses improve every year. I couldn't be happier with this prolific beauty.

Amazing Rose!

I ordered this rose in mid-January, it arrived at the end of January, and had its first large, gorgeous bloom March 13! Yes, it's early in this plant's life but it's off to a brilliant start in Zone 9(b) in Arizona. Beautiful color and smell.

Cathy A.
zone 9, Texas coast

I planted this rose mid April 2022. It is growing and blooming. The flower is amazing. Love, love love.

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