Cream Veranda
Veranda® Cream
Veranda® Cream
Veranda® Cream
Veranda® Cream
Veranda® Cream
Cream Veranda
Cream Veranda
Veranda® Cream
Veranda® Cream

Veranda® Cream

$50 Regular price
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Being the only strong-smelling rose of the Veranda collection, Veranda® Cream stands out with its elegant color and old-fashioned bloom form. She is a repeat bloomer from mid-spring through fall and her compact size and manageable growth habit make her easy to care for through the season. Veranda® Cream thrives in containers as well as in a garden setting.

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Rose Type Floribunda
SKU FL059 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) Garden of Roses®, Joie de Vivre, Cream Flower Circus®
Bloom Type Very Full
Breeder Code KORfloci01
Characteristic Container Friendly
Color Apricot
Specific Color Creamy, apricot center
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 2007
Approximate Size 2.5' x 2'

Veranda® Cream

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Customer Reviews

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D.R.
Great rose, very compact!

This rose was, for ke, unexpectedly compact. It grew to only about a foot high in the first full season that I owned it. This is great for potted plants, over the course of the following season I’ve been able to train it to be quite a bit larger.
The flushes are very impressive and in zone 7 have repeated from May through October. Extremely hardy, kept its leaves all winter and is very black spot resistant, even if not thinned out correctly. It has shown itself to be moderately resistant against botrytis as well. Fragrance is excellent. Stems are short especially on secondary blossoms.

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Priscilla
Blooming!

I received this plant on 04/26/23 and already have a bloom!

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Marikris
Blooming already

Got mine a few weeks ago and it has already sprouted a handful of buds. I can’t wait for the bloom! The other rose I got, Crazy Love, is only leaves, so I’m super happy with how quickly Cream Veranda produced flowers!

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Kerry S.
Already blooming

I received a healthy, leafed out Cream Veranda 8/31, during a week of 100-102 degree heat. I kept her inside during the heat of the day in a south-facing room for several days. When the heat came down to a balmy 95 outside she went. She put on new growth a week after arriving. The next week she started setting buds, 12 in all. Now she's finally in the ground and covered with lovely peach/apricot centered blooms that pale to cream at the edges. Flowers so far are about 2-3/4" across (appropriate for this variety), small but charming. I didn't rate her 5 stars only because there's no detectable fragrance and her hardiness in our high desert winters remains to be proven. That said I've never had a rose so eager to grow and bloom (despite the heat). Can't wait to see how she settles in next spring. Zone 7A

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Rene L.
Almost great

I have had cream veranda for 2 years, growing it in a pot in zone 7A. It is vigorous and floriferous, and disease resistance is very good. The only con is that the lovely blooms do not last long—just 2 or 3 days.

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