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What’s Blooming? Pink Supreme Roses

Jun

26

Written by Kiani Ned, Marketing Intern

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The Pink Supreme rose is known as a “flower carpet” because of its ability to beautifully cover the ground of a garden with bright and blooming foliage. Pink Supremes reign supreme in the world of flower carpet roses because of their disease resistance and easy-care nature.

The plant is characterized by its bright pink blooms tinged with a white center dotted with yellow that are surrounded by the rich green and slightly pointed foliage. Pink Supreme roses need ample sunlight to encourage the growth of their lipstick pink blooms. These beauties remain vibrant as they bloom from spring to fall.

See this lovely bloom and many other in the recently opened Olmsted Garden.

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