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Rosa chinensis (Rose, Nacogdoches)

Rose, Nacogdoches

Rose, Grandma's Yellow

Rosa chinensis 'Nacogdoches'

Alternatively known as "Grandma's Yellow", Nacogdoches Rose is the 2009 "Yellow Rose of Texas", a Texas Superstar

Nacogdoches Rose is a spectacular landscape addition, due to the blooming period starting in late winter and continuing till the next freeze. Wild temperature fluctuations will cause it to stop blooming, but only for a short time. The flowers are a rich shade of yellow, and can have up to 25 petals. They stand out nicely against the dark green leaves. 

Provide adequate drainage, and Nacogdoches Rose can grow in acidic or alkaline soils. 

Accent Shrub
Small Hedge

Flower Color:

Yellow

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Height

5- Feet

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Spread

3- Feet

Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips for Rosa chinensis 'Nacogdoches'

Leaf Spot is rare, but possible if in poorly ventilated areas. 

Interesting Notes


USDA Hardiness Zone 6b

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Item Description
ROS-NAC-07 ROSE, NACODOCHES View Current Crop Photo

Characteristics & Attributes

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