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Rosa chinensis (Rose, Belinda's Dream)

Rose, Belinda's Dream

Rosa chinensis 'Belinda's Dream'

Originally introduced in 1988, Belinda’s Dream is a cross between ‘Tiffany’ and ‘Jersey Beauty’. It is the first rose to receive both a Texas Superstar and Earthkind designation. It’s quite resistant to black spot, mildew, and rust when planted in full sun and highly ventilated areas.

The dark blue-green foliage is a handsome backdrop for the large heavy double blooms that emerge on new branches, and have a slight fragrance. They are often borne on long branches, making them ideal for cut arrangements.

The shrub maintains an upright growth habit, and is quite sturdy up to five feet in height. Prune heavily in the late winter before spring to encourage heavy bloom set.  

Hedge
Specimen
Cut Flowers

Flower Color:

Pink

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Height

5-6 Feet

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Spread

5-6 Feet

Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips for Rosa chinensis 'Belinda's Dream'

Prune in winter before spring growth. 

Interesting Notes


USDA Hardiness Zone 5a

Available Sizes:

Item Description
ROS-BEL-07 ROSE, BELINDA'S D.

Characteristics & Attributes

Deer Tolerance
Low
Exposure
Full Sun
Habit
Semi Evergreen
Water Needs
Low