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Disneyland Rose – The Rose Table


Welcome to the happiest garden on earth! That’s right, folks, we’re talking about the official rose of Disneyland park, aka Disneyland rose. This little floribunda rose is low maintenance and hardy!

I grew Disneyland rose in my fairytale garden at my first house and I’ve been trying to get my hands on it ever since. It’s quite hard to find. Order it from Jackson & Perkins in the winter before it sells out for the season. They’ll ship it to you when it’s the perfect planting time for your zone!

I finally have it in my garden once more. It’s appropriately planted right next to my front door, greeting all of my guests as if to say: To all who come to this happy place, welcome!

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Traits

The Disneyland rose is known for being heat and humidity tolerant, which is perfect for my Texas garden here in zone 8, and an easy care rose. Supposedly it’s also a great cut flower, but I don’t think I’ve ever cut it. I’ll report back when I do!

Blooms

The Disneyland rose repeatedly blooms from spring to fall, showering you with vibrant blooms ranging from orange to coral to pink. The blooms are an average size, about 2-3″, with ruffled petals. Y’all know I love a good bleeding rose, and this one often has multiple colors on the same bloom!

Disneyland Rose

Size

This adorable little rose only grows about 3 feet tall and two feet wide, making her easy to tuck anywhere in the garden. It’s small size also makes it an excellent choice for patio gardeners, as it will thrive in a container.

Fragrance

Disneyland has a light, spicy fragrance.

At Disneyland Park

You can find the Disneyland rose at the Disneyland hotel! I took this photo in January, which tells you just how long it will keep blooming in warm climates.

Care

Plant the Disneyland rose in well-drained soil where it will get 6+ hours of sunlight. I feed my roses once in the spring, once in the fall, and I water with a seaweed treatment once a month. Read my article on How to Grow Roses for more care tips.

Plant your own magic,

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Written by bourbiza mohamed

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