Falling in Love Rose (Rosa ‘WEKmoomar’)

Falling in Love Rose

Now that you’ve seen these gorgeous blooms, you’ll never withstand the temptation to include Falling in Love™ Rose (Rosa ‘WEKmoomar’ PP# 19,872) in your collection. These outstanding Hybrid Teas are such a beautiful blend of high-centered and cupped flower form, aren’t they?

Each double, spiraled bloom features around 25 thick, rounded petals that rest at the midway point between satiny and shiny. When open, the rounded outer petals are loosely cupped with moderately reflexed edges.

Planting and Application:

Hybridized by Tom Carruth, Falling in Love is a classic Hybrid Tea with long-lived, fragrant blooms of warm pink and porcelain white. The dark green foliage is blissfully disease-resistant and provides a clean contrast.

  • Plant this upright, bushy Rose front and center where you’ll see the large, pointed, creamy buds open to reveal a warm, pink interior. You’ll appreciate loads of fragrant blooms on these attractive, full and bushy shrubs.
  • Keep them in high-end containers for a beautiful decoration near a patio table and chairs. Savor the sight of the blooms and the taste of your freshly-squeezed orange juice at the same time!
  • We encourage you to get creative to maximize the fresh appeal of vigorous modern Hybrid Tea Roses. Use them at the center of a new-fashioned Knot Garden; or add several behind a reflecting pool.
  • The warm tones of Falling in Love Rose blooms mix beautifully with any other hue. Create a personalized “Living Rainbow” with your favorite selections for a spectacular focal point.
  • Why pay for a florist arrangement of long-stemmed roses, when you can grow your own Rose bush? Enjoy a season of homegrown bouquets year after year with Falling in Love Rose.

Tips for Care:

Plant where your Rose receives full sun with at least six hours of sunlight. They also need well-drained soil; or create a raised bed or planting mound if you need to improve drainage.

  • Provide consistent supplemental water during flowering. Feed the flowers with high-quality Rose fertilizer; and always keep nitrogen rich lawn fertilizer away from flowering plants.
  • In autumn, rake and bag fallen leaf litter for the yard waste. In early spring, prune all the canes down to six inches in early spring; cutting at a 45-degree angle above a nice, fat bud.

Falling in Love Rose (Rosa ‘WEKmoomar’) Details

Common name Falling in Love Rose
Botanical name Rosa 'WEKmoomar'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 5-10
Growth rate Fast
Height 4 - 5 ft.
Width 3 - 4 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained Soil
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time Early Spring
Flower color Pink and white