All My Loving Rose (Rosa ‘FRYrapture’)
All My Loving Rose
The All My Loving Rose (Rosa ‘FRYrapture’) is pretty in pink and ready for all your love. This brilliant cerise pink Rose will make you melt with joy. Bring the excitement of these blooms indoors, too. The All My Loving Rose bush makes for amazing long-stemmed cut flowers that are popping pink.
If All My Loving Rose was a relationship, it’d be a hot romance that lasts and lasts! This amazing Rose holds its bright pink coloration atop long, strong stems. Each All My Loving Rose bloom has abundant petals, numbering between 30 and 40. These delicate and curved petals with a high center and charming, symmetrical rosette.
The All My Loving Hybrid Tea Rose offers vigorous growth and a balanced form and fills out in gorgeous green foliage. With an All My Loving Rose, you will find yourself capturing its blooms with your camera from spring to fall! Thriving throughout a wide range of USDA hardiness zones from chilly zone 4 through hot and humid zone 10, these shrubs grow to a nice and tidy 3-4 feet in height with a 2-3 food mature spread.
This cheerful, moderately sized Rose bush adds stylish flair when mixed into a perennial garden or adds a pop of pink to any formal Rose garden! Of course, this low-maintenance Rose also adds a festive flair to cottage gardens or formal foundational plantings. Use them as a backdrop for your garden beds, or dress up the forefront of an evergreen hedge with groupings or winding rows of these vivid blooms!
Be sure to read up on your pollinator species’ names since this lovely Rose will attract a wide variety of butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects! Don’t forget to take breaks from time to time to enjoy the light and pleasant fragrance of these striking blooms. Pot up in planters and large containers on your front porch, back seating areas, or balcony gardens to keep the lovely blooms and their visitors nearby!
Be sure that you plant your All My Loving Rose in full sun with rich, well-drained soil. Provide adequate regular moisture all growing season and maintain a 3-4 inch layer of arborist mulch over the entire root system. Deadhead the spent blooms to quickly replace those blooms with new ones. Do not trim your roses in fall or winter, but instead wait until spring as they start to grow and cut all stems down to 6-8 inches each spring. Learn about winterizing, and un-wintering your Roses in our Garden Blog, plus all the tips and tricks you need when pruning your new prize Rose bush!
Are you ready for a long-lasting romance? The All My Loving Rose is ready to say “I do” to you and your garden today!
|Common name||All My Loving Rose|
|Botanical name||Rosa 'FRYrapture'|
|Height||3 - 4 ft.|
|Width||2 - 3 ft.|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Pruning time||Early Spring|