Crazy Love
Crazy Love
Sunbelt® Crazy Love™
Crazy Love
Crazy Love
Crazy Love

Sunbelt® Crazy Love™

$54 Regular price
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Sunbelt® Crazy Love will captivate you with her large clusters of multi-colored blooms in shades of copper, orange, yellow, and pink. Blended together, these gorgeous colors decorate the 125-135 petals that make up each blossom. Crazy Love is a vigorous, repeat bloomer with an upright growth habit and an exquisite fragrance. Just like love, she just gets better with age! Enjoy her in zones 5-10.

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Rose Type Grandiflora
SKU GR013 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) La Villa Cotta®
Bloom Types Clustered
Breeder Code KORbamflu
Characteristic(s) Cutting
Color Orange
Specific Color Copper, orange and yellow blend
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°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2014
Approximate Size 4' x 3.5"

Sunbelt® Crazy Love™

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Customer Reviews

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Cassie Allen
Multicolored Beauty

In its second growing season Crazy Love put out a nice thick cane. This third year it should put on some size, so I can hardly wait to enjoy more of its fascinating blooms.

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Janie
Outstanding

I purchased my Crazy Love Rose from a local Nursery. Mine is also Own Root. The rose was very small & thought at 2 years to get tall. I planted it in mid April in my North Mississippi garden. By August the rose was 8 feet tall and about 5 bloom. The blooms are very full copper orange in my garden. It is now Mid November & the rose is still producing blooms. We did have a couple of killing frosts but my roses don’t succumb until a few very hard freezes. This one is gorgeous. And I suppose at 8’ tall it can be a climber. I will probably leave it along in Spring until I see more maturity and lateral branching.

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Teresa
Love Crazy Love!

My Crazy Love has been incredibly healthy growing in a zone 6 spot that's only sunny until early afternoon. Leaves clean and shiny even when the blackspot hits many of my other roses, and the blooms are so beautiful! The colors are such a warm blend with a real old fashioned look of many petals. There is a pleasing, pretty fragrance. I'm quite impressed with how well she is growing and have plans to add more Crazy Loves to another bed.

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Maria K.
many blooms the very first year and decent size

I love this rose for the wonderful orange color, purple leaves, and many blooms it gave during just the first year. Seems to be very healthy in California and attracts pollinators. I'm very happy to have one.

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Henry T.
One tough rose for central TX heat

Besides beautiful blooms this rose's blooms tends to last better in TX heat than say Westerland which crispy in a single day. It is most upright and tall. It has endured a 2nd year of extreme heat and drought with minimal watering. My Crazy Love roses came from another own root source before Heirloom Roses carried them.

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