This Easy-Care Coral Shrub Rose Is Ravishing

This new low-maintenance shrub rose with a delicious scent is a worthy addition to any yard.

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Reminiscent Coral Shrub Rose Benefits

Reminiscent Coral rose

Shrub rose lovers, this beautiful modern take on your favorite fragrant classic is for you. If you love the look of old-fashioned shrub roses, but the amount of care needed to nurture them and keep them healthy is intimidating, find a spot in your landscape for this beauty. The Reminiscent Coral rose can be a focal point or use it in mass plantings. This low maintenance shrub rose is brand-new to garden centers in spring of 2023, so add it to your list!

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The Reminiscent Coral rose will look right at home in cottage gardens, mixed borders or hedges. And like your favorite old-fashioned roses, this shrub rose has a lovely scent, as its common name suggests.

The vibrant coral-pink flowers keep on coming throughout the summer months and into fall, even without deadheading. To enjoy the flowers indoors, simply snip the blooms and bring them inside to adorn your home with a burst of pink.

Psst—if your roses are not blooming, here’s what you should do.

Shrub Rose Care and Growing Tips

  • Common name: Reminiscent Coral rose
  • Botanical name: Rosa
  • Hardiness zones: 4 to 9
  • Light needs: Full sun
  • Size: 2 or more feet tall and 2 feet wide
  • Grown for: An easy way to get the look of classic roses but with little maintenance
  • Foliage: Dark green leaves
  • Care tip: In early spring, prune back by at least 1/3 of its total height. Cut right above a healthy bud. Fertilize then too.

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Where to Buy Reminscent Coral Rose

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Ask for this stunning shrub rose at your local garden center. Check Proven Winners for locations near you or order online from The Home Depot.

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Kirsten Schrader
Kirsten has more than 15 years of experience writing and editing birding and gardening content. As content director of Birds & Blooms, she leads the team of editors and freelance writers sharing tried-and-true advice for nature enthusiasts who love to garden and feed birds in their backyards. Since joining Birds & Blooms 17 years ago, Kirsten has held roles in digital and print, editing direct-to-consumer books, running as many as five magazines at a time, and managing special interest publications. Kirsten has traveled to see amazing North American birds and attended various festivals, including the Sedona Hummingbird Festival, the Rio Grande Bird Festival, The Biggest Week in American Birding Festival, and the Cape May Spring Festival. She has also witnessed the epic sandhill crane migration while on a photography workshop trip to Colorado. Kirsten has participated in several GardenComm and Outdoor Writers Association of America annual conferences and is a member of the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology. When she's not researching, writing, and editing all things birding and gardening, Kirsten is enjoying the outdoors with her nature-loving family. She and her husband are slowly chipping away at making their small acreage the backyard of their dreams.