In this post I share a quick video and some fun facts about the Rose Ringo Shrub. Be sure to scroll down and check out a few unique photos.
Fragrant Rose Ringo Shrub
This is the 2nd Spring I am enjoying this fragrant rose. It is a landscape rose so it requires little to no work. I did prune off a few dead stalks or stems in late April just as the green new growth was taking off. Judging by how this rose has filled in so quickly with healthy leaves I could have left it. In the video I share my personal experience growing this award winning shrub.
This video is part of my Bren Haas Channel where I share creative living ideas. Be sure to bookmark my website to see more.
Rose Ringo Shrub Highlights
In the video feature on this page it is easy to see how beautiful this little shrub can be. Honestly, I had no doubts when I brought it home and put it in a high traffic area of my landscape. Below are a few growing tips about this shrub. Be sure to scroll down to leave comments and find other resources.
- Rated for Hardiness zone 4-8
- Grows to 3-4 feet tall and wide
- Great for containers
- Disease resistant
- Low maintenance in most any landscape
- Requires at least 6 hours of sun to bloom
- Fragrant blooms
- Blooms throughout the growing season into frost
If that isn’t enough to make you want to add a few of the Rose Ringo to your landscape I don’t know what will! (giggle)
Where To Find the Rose Ringo Shrub
I’ve not see this rose locally at garden centers in my area or at the big box stores. I highly recommend you share my video and write up about this rose with your growers. They can contact Proven Winners / Color Choice to add this shrub to their merchandise in future growing seasons. You can find this rose online at the official Proven Winners website and shop.
Thanks for checking out my website and information about this Rose Ringo Shrub. It really is one of my favorite shrubs to grow in the landscape not to mention exciting to have bloom FIRST this year. Please be sure to reach out to me on my website. You are invited to comment below on this blog post.
Happy Rose Gardening,