Topaz Jewel
Topaz Jewel
Topaz Jewel

Topaz Jewel

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Currently Growing! This Rose Will Be Available Again When It Meets Quality Standards
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Bred in the United States, Topaz Jewel is a wonderful Rugosa that blooms butter-yellow and ages to cream. She has 3.5” flowers with 20-30 petals produced in small clusters. Topaz Jewel has a moderate fruity scent and will grow to be around 2-5’ tall and up to 7’ wide as she spreads to fill out a corner of your garden with delightful blooms and a delicious scent.

More Information

Rose Type Rugosa
Alternate Name(s) Yellow Dagmar Hastrup, Rustica 91
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code MORyelrug
Characteristic Fragrance
Color Yellow
Specific Color Butter-Yellow, ages to cream
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 4 (-30° to -20°), 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1987
Approximate Size 4' - 5' x 6' - 7'

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Lisa A.
Thorny but gorgeous rose

My bush is a bit spindly but its thorny branches arch over other shorter roses in my garden with a magnificent display of fragrant pale yellow single flowers. I know that some deprecate the qualities of this rose, but I’m in love with it when it is blooming. Given its rather ugly thorny branches, I will just cut it way back so that the more lovely Kordes hybrids in front can shine when they bloom. I gave it a 4 due to the spindly stems.

Linda B.
Highly recommend Topaz Jewel: healthy, profuse, fragrant

Planted on a roadside berm in 2018. Had fantastic, fragrant, cheerful profusion of yellow blooms even the 1st summer. No disease & old blooms shatter off cleanly. In 2nd year, May & June, 2019, strong new growth, incredible profusion of blooms, & very fragrant. I deadhead frequently. Bloomed beautifully in August after taking July off in my Seattle area garden. Deadly thorns. Able to take strong sun and a little drought. I highly recommend this rose.

Temecula Gal
Love this one!

I live here in Southern California, have grown over 250 different varieties of roses here in Zone 18, from very old to very new and I have a place in my heart for rugosas. This particular one, being yellow, is unique to this class of roses and it won't disappoint. Great scent, beautiful flowers, no disease, and of course does have thorns, which discourages nibbling around my yard!

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