Fragrant Waves of Blooms At Last Rose®
- Large, Attractive and Fragrant Blooms
- Cupped, Lush, Double Blooms
- Marvelous Range of Warm Apricot Hues
- Carefree Landscape Rose
- Free-Flowering Repeat Bloomer
- Compact, Dense and Mounding Habit Fits Anywhere
- Glossy Foliage with Dark Green Leaves
- Disease-Resistance to Powdery Mildew and Black Spot
- Grows Beautifully in Containers
- Full Sun & Easy Care
Don't give up on growing Roses! At Last® Rose (Rosa x 'HORCOGJIL') is the easiest Rose you'll ever grow. Perfect for both experienced Rosarian and total newbie alike. This is one of the best of the best of modern Landscape Shrub Roses.
At Last is a robust Rose shrub that is carefree and reblooming. It features fragrant clusters of beautiful flowers all summer. You'll get the look of a fully petaled Tea Rose, with very modern care requirements.
The blooms are cupped and double-bloomed and packed with petals. Buds open to deep apricot orange with yellow toned centers. They'll age to a lovely light pink. You'll enjoy all these soft colors on a single plant!
You might have some fun trying to describe all the colors to your long-distance friends. Soft coral? Honeyed apricot? Melting dreamsicle? Peachy-salmon? Every time you look at your At Last Rose, it will look fresh and new.
The appealing soft colors will also blend well with any other color in the garden. You can count on At Last to look amazing in your landscape.
It will smell fantastic, too! At Last is a treasured breakthrough in Landscape Roses. At Last is a fragrant, disease-resistant shrub Rose!
The yummy "True Rose" fragrance is described as sweet and pleasant with a hint of spicy clove. Bring the complex orange blossoms inside for a gorgeous cut flower display that lasts a long time.
Dry the scented peachy petals for homemade potpourri and sachets!
Of course, At Last is also field-tested by the Proven Winners team to deliver a high performance. It is remarkably long-blooming. Flowers start appearing in late spring, and continue to produce in flushes all the way through the first frost of the winter.
People across most of the United States can grow At Last Rose. It is cold hardy and very heat tolerant. Plant it in full sun, give it regular water, prune once and fertilize twice a year. What could be easier?
For a very small amount of work, you'll get scented Roses that have double-cupped flowers and that come in an exquisite color that goes with everything! What more could you ask for?
At Last Rose is in high demand, and we're thrilled to be able to offer it on our website as long as supplies last. If it's in stock, be sure to place your order right away.
How to Use At Last Rose in the Landscape
This perfectly modern selection makes a lovely partner plant. It looks incredible next to contrasting blue or purple flowers.
Create a warm plant palette by planting adjacent colors like orange, red and scarlet blooms. You can even warm up the look white-flowering plants with At Last Rose.
Pair them with dark purple foliage shrubs like Summer Wine Ninebark or Laced Up Elderberry. They will also coordinate beautifully with small feature trees like Krauter Vesuvius Purple Leaf Plum or Purple Pony Plum tree.
Plant them in large exterior containers, or use them in the ground. They'll effortlessly put on a stellar performance for you and your guests.
Try one as a wonderful specimen in a high-traffic area. Pop them into your garden border to add season-long bloom and fabulous scent.
Boost your curb appeal with a pair flanking either side of your front door. They'll certainly work hard to enliven the sunny side of mature evergreen shrubs in your foundation planting.
Use a long, low hedge to brighten up your patio planting, or front sidewalk. Take that idea and run with it by adding several staggered rows as a mass planting to fill a wide, open area.
Plant them 30 inches apart on center, and the individual plants will grow together and touch. Mulch new plantings, and keep them weed-free as the Roses grow together.
Rely on At Last Roses to perform beautifully as a focal point. Decorate an outdoor Garden Room. You'll look like you caught the sun with these sunny repeat bloomers!
#ProPlantTips for Care
At Last is hardy in USDA Zone 5-9. Type in your zip code in the box above the Plant Highlights and click "Find" to learn what growing zone you live in.
Provide At Last Rose all day sun, if you have it. It needs at least 6 hours of direct sunshine a day.
They'll also do best in well-drained soil. If you have sticky soil that retains water, plant them in a raised bed or container.
We always recommend Root Booster when planting to get your Roses off to the best start. Follow the directions on the package.
Provide a medium amount of water on a regular basis. A three-inch layer of wood mulch is helpful to keep the root systems nice and cool.
There should not be a need to spray At Last Roses. However, you will want to apply an organic, granular, slow-release fertilizer in early spring and mid-summer. Follow instructions on the label.
Prune in early spring, just as the new buds start to emerge on the stems. You'll trim at least one-third its total height each early spring. Cut at a 45-degree angle just above a nice new bud.
If you are a first time Rose-grower or have given up on Roses and want to give it another chance, start here with At Last® Rose. You'll be so glad you did!
|Rosa x 'HORCOGJIL'
|2 1/2 - 3 feet
|2 1/2 - 3 feet
|Late Spring, Summer, Fall
|Growing Zone Range
|Proven Winners ColorChoice
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