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What a Peach™

Such a scrumptious long-lasting peachy color, you might be tempted to pick it & pop it in your mouth. But these beauties are for enjoyin’…not for eatin’. This member of Weeks popular Shrublets™ brings a welcome warm apricot color to the clan. The upright bushy plant is loaded with glossy green clean leaves and gorgeous red new growth. Can send up long shoots very late in the season.
What a Peach™ Shrublet™

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Rose Name:

What a Peach™

Cultivar:

CHEwpeachdell

Patent #:

15,287

Class:

Shrublet™

Flower Color:

Perfectly peachy

Fragrance:

Moderate fruity

Bud Form:

 

Flower Form:

Double, in clusters

Flower Size:

Medium-small

Petal Count:

25 to 30

Stem Length:

 

Plant Habit:

Medium-tall

Growth Habit:

Upright, full & bushy

Foliage Color:

 

Disease Resistance:

 

Hybridizer:

Warner—2002

Parentage:

Laura Ford x Sweet Magic

Introduced By:

Weeks Roses
   
Weeks Roses IntroductionOwn-root