Types Of Roses For Florida
I wondered about your Blush Noisette Roses I see in your photo with your husband here:
Blush Noisette rose
I wonder if these grow well in Orlando (I was not sure where you were in FL).
Are they on the Rosa Fortuniana rootstock you mentioned as good FL rootstock?
I do not have much shade here, would I be able to grow them in direct sunlight?
I very much appreciate your advice!
ANSWER: Hi Caty! The Blush Noisette rose would do very well in Florida.
In fact all the old garden roses do well in Florida.
Roses should have 6 hours of direct sun per day to flower well.
So if you have a sunny garden, you have the right spot.
Make sure your soil drains well, because roses don't like to stand in water.