The strongly angular red and white petals give the bloom an unusual ‘square’ appearance, similar to a folded paper flower – hence the name Origami.
Highly disease resistant and well clothed in mid green foliage. Light fragrance. Good cut flower. Plant singly, as a hedge or in a pot. Light perfume. A Gold award winning rose.
Floribunda roses give a mass of colour over a long period. The flowers are produced in large clusters on short stems. The general growth habit for most Floribunda Roses is a dome shape, however some varieties are upright in growth with varying heights.
Well suited to forming attractive borders and hedges, and in pots, excellent for planting en masse. Plant approx. 50cm to 1m apart.
Note that growth size is a guide only - ultimate size will depend on the growing conditions in your garden.