Rosa 'Anne Harkness'

Rosa 'Anne Harkness'

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Rosa 'Anne Harkness' also known as HARkaramel is an apricot floribunda rose cultivar developed by Jack Harkness in 1979 and introduced into Great Britain in 1980.

The rose makes an excellent cut flower and its exceptionally long-lasting in water.

The acclaimed nursery, which continues to sell roses today, was established in 1879 in Bedale, Yorkshire by brothers, John Harkness from 1857 to 1933 and Robert Harkness from 1851 to 1920. Jack Harkness between 1918 to 1994 is the grandson of the original co-founder John Harkness.

The rose was bred by Jack Harkness in 1979 and introduced into Britain in 1980.

He named the rose, 'Anne Harkness' to mark his niece's 21st birthday, Anne Harkness.

The parentage of the rose cultivar is a combination of Rosa 'Bobby Dazzler' × Rosa 'Manx Queen' × Rosa 'Prima Ballerina' × Rosa 'Chanelle' × Rosa 'Piccadilly'.

HARkaramel has two child plants: Rosa 'Good as Gold' (Warner, 1994) and Rosa 'Penny Lane' (Harkness, 1998). The flower is notable for beginning to bloom late in the season.

It is a good repeat bloomer. It can last for quite a long time if placed water.

It is a famous rose with exhibitors and florists and is well suited for cut flowers. The roses are outstanding in August and September.

The foliage is very sturdy and glossy, dark green. Powdery mildew can be a problem early in the blooming season.

Product CodeROS429GG43

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