Fun in the Sun Rose (Rosa ‘WEKpupmobalip’)

Fun in the Sun Rose

Start collecting vases when you plant this gorgeous giving Rose. The decorative Fun in the Sun™ Grandiflora Rose (Rosa ‘WEKpupmobalip’) puts on such a pretty show in your garden or trimmed for your vase indoors. Look closely … can you see all 54 to 146 petals in their wide array of beachy hues? Get closer yet and you’ll get a whiff of its heady scent!

The layered sunset petals can take on ombre tones of pink and warm, sandy beige, then stay true to their hue all the way through the finish. You’ll forever be fascinated by these large, color-changing blooms and simply entranced by their fruity and spicy fragrance! It reblooms like nobody’s business from early summer all the way through fall in successive flushes. The pink centers fade to sunny pale apricot and then fade further into creamy pinkish white!

Cuppy and old-fashioned, Fun in the Sun™ is a lavish, English-style Rose. which are held both singly and in clusters on strong, medium-length stems. This showy star offers dark green leaves with prominent pinnate veining and very modern genetics for improved disease resistance. Very adaptable to a wide range of conditions throughout USDA growing zones 5 through 10.

Planting and Application:

You can’t ignore these big, beautiful blooms! Go ahead and give Fun in the Sun™ a planting site that is front and center in your garden design. Dress up a Cottage Garden with their presence mixed in with other flowering perennials and shrubs. Why not plant one by your front door to add a vibrant touch to your home to welcome your guests? Any garden becomes a cut flower garden and pollinator border with these gorgeous blooms!

Line your patio with a wide planting of them for a breezy garden feature. Consider coordinating their deepest hues with a partnership of Forever Amber Hybrid Tea Roses. Keep them in containers from rustic whiskey barrels, and unglazed terra cotta to tall copper-colored planters. Give your guests room to examine them without fear of snagging their clothes on the thorny stems.

  • Gorgeous Creamy Pink, Buttery Apricot Grandiflora Rose
  • Old-Fashioned Full Blooms with a Heady-Scent & High Petal Count
  • Shiny Green Foliage
  • Scented Cut Flowers & Pollinator Magnets
  • Gorgeous Specimens, Containers & Accent Plants

Tips for Care:

Grandiflora Roses perform best in full sun where they receive at least six hours of sunlight. Provide good air circulation and well-drained soil, as well. A consistent schedule of supplemental water during flowering will keep your Rose stress-free. Roses appreciate a 3-4 inch layer of arborist mulch year-round. Apply high-quality Rose fertilizer as directed on the label.

Don’t forget the Nature Hills Root Booster, to give this fragrant Rose life-long support when used during planting. In early spring, start fresh by pruning all the canes down to six inches in, cutting at a 45-degree angle above a nice, fat bud.

  • Full Sun
  • Well-Drained Enriched Soil
  • Appreciates Mulch & Consistent Moisture
  • Prune in Early Spring
  • Hardy Modern Grandiflora

Spicy fragrance and gorgeous ombre old-fashioned pinkish and buttery apricot hues, the Fun in the Sun™ Grandiflora Rose will add incredible romance to your landscape and armloads of cut flowers for your indoor bouquets!

Fun in the Sun Rose (Rosa ‘WEKpupmobalip’) Details

Common name Fun in the Sun Rose
Botanical name Rosa 'WEKpupmobalip'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 5-10
Growth rate Fast
Height 3 - 4 ft.
Width 2 - 3 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time Early Spring
Flower color Pink, Apricot & Yellow