Easy Elegance Head Over Heels Rose (Rosa ‘BAIeels’)

Easy Elegance Head Over Heels Rose

Everyone’s life has its fair share of ups and downs, but that doesn’t mean your garden has to play by the same rules! Create a delightfully happy space for you and your family with the help of Easy Elegance® Head Over Heels Rose (Rosa ‘BAIeels’)! It’s practically impossible to be unhappy around these fetching blooms. The clean, dark green foliage is a perfect contrast to the moppet-sized Roses.

The profuse clusters of pink flower power can’t be beat! Head Over Heels Shrub Rose blooms may be petite, but they certainly produce a big visual impact by sheer numbers! Hundreds of blooms, each bourne in bountiful clusters, fill from top to bottom of these compact bushes, Head Over Heels double blooms are held flat for a shape reminiscent of Dahlia. But these Roses aren’t overly dramatic, they are quite simply fresh-faced and sweet.

You won’t be the only one visiting these lovely blooms. Butterflies can’t get enough of their nectar-rich appeal. Keep your camera ready to take photos of your “flying flowers” who come to call daily.

These improved modern cultivars are proud to wear the Easy Elegance® name. They have more than earned it with their low-maintenance nature and disease-resistant, dark glossy green foliage. Hardy throughout USDA growing zones 4 through 9, these tough Shrub Roses can handle a wide range of growing conditions.

Planting and Application:

Keep them in the ground, or decorate your patio, balcony, or pool deck with their affable appearance. Apartment dwellers needn’t miss out either! Keep them as “Thrillers” in oversized outdoor containers, and you’ll enjoy a marvelous focal point for your balcony life. Mix elevated and potted Rose Shrubs into all your planting beds for an effortless, romantic effect.

The lightly tinted Head Over Heels Shrub Roses mix well with a huge variety of other plants, as well! Plant several of them, as they simply shine in a grouped planting. Make your garden visitors say “wow” with a showy low hedge. Plant them two feet apart on center for a solid row. Repeat their use throughout your landscape to tie the entire look together.

Revamp your tired foundation planting with an eye-catching low hedge. Mass plantings fill space with thousands of blooms over the course of the summer. What an amazing legacy! Create interest in your front yard with a new mulched bed along your front walk. Curve a new planting out and away to draw the eye to your front door.

Grow plenty in your Cutting Garden for exceptional performance in indoor floral arrangements, and leave a few for your pollinators that will adore these many blooms as much as you will! Grow these accents here, there, and everywhere you have full sun and you’ll smile each time you tour your yard!

Easy Elegance® Head Over Heels Rose is also a delightful gift to welcome a new baby to the family. Plan to plant it and look after it the first year for the new mother, as she’ll be a little busy with her bundle of joy! Anniversaries, new home celebrations, and memorial plantings all are wonderful occasions for a Rose bush!

  • Cute, Fluffy Blooms in Charming Light Pink
  • Hundreds of Roses – Two Inches Across Each
  • Lavish Clusters of Frilly, Flirty & Fully Double Blooms
  • Reblooms From Late Spring Through Fall
  • Tidy, Upright Shrub Rose Rose Fits Small Space Gardens – Wonderful in Containers
  • Great Choice for Butterfly Gardens

Tips for Care:

Easy Elegance® Roses are grown on their own roots and offer extremely high performance, even in tough conditions. Plant them in full sun, where they receive at least six hours of sun a day. The morning sun is great because it quickly dries off the foliage. Good airflow is important to keep your Rose bush healthy. Likewise, well-drained soil is a must, and Nature Hills Root Booster is recommended to provide a symbiotic relationship that never “wears out”.

Apply a consistent amount of water on a regular basis. Use mulch to help keep the roots moist, and avoid splashing water onto the foliage, but please pull it back from directly touching the stems. Feed your Roses a good slow-release fertilizer according to the directions. Reapply this flowering plant food until July.

Rake up all the dropped foliage in fall from underneath your Rose bushes. Bag them up for removal in your yard waste. In early spring as the plants begin to wake up, put on your thick gloves and sharpen your garden shears. Prune all stems down to six inches from the ground and watch for the glorious new foliage to appear.

It is naturally resistant to both black spot and mildew. This Rose has been specially bred to be tough and reliable in extreme cold and high heat.

  • Full Sun
  • Well-Drained Enriched Soil
  • Provide Moderate Regular Moisture & Mulch
  • Prune Early Spring
  • Resistant to Disease, Mildew & Black Spot
  • Very Cold Hardy & Heat Tolerant
  • Grown on Own Root
  • Healthy, Disease Resistant Foliage & Urban Tolerant

As you might imagine, people are crazy about Head Over Heels Rose.

Easy Elegance Head Over Heels Rose (Rosa ‘BAIeels’) Details

Common name Easy Elegance Head Over Heels Rose
Botanical name Rosa 'BAIeels'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 4-9
Growth rate Medium
Height 3 ft.
Width 2 1/2 - 3 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time Early Spring
Flower color Pink