Due to the demand for this rose, we are currently custom growing a limited number of plants for late-spring delivery. In zones 7 and above they will be ready to plant in the ground upon arrival and will be the perfect size for transplanting. Based upon our experience, we expect plants to have 6" of new growth at shipping.
Displaying the entire spectrum of mustard shades - from mustard to honey then fading to gray, cocoa and parchment, this is another unusual rose beloved by its breeder. Born in 1976, it was before its time and we have always welcomed Butterscotch with open arms!
Hardy: Zone 6a-10b
Bloom: Double, small clusters repeat spring through fall
Color: Mustard with pink tipped edges fading to honey/taupe
Type: Large flowered repeating climber
Our farm-grown nursery roses will be shipped in mid-spring 2019. Roses are shipped in nursery pots with extensive roots, so please plan to transfer your roses to larger containers or plant them in the ground upon arrival. Roses will arrive leafed out and ready to produce roses for you in spring! Roses sourced from our growers will be shipped as bare root roses after your last frost.
California Residents: You may pickup your roses at our farm the last week of April. We will refund your shipping costs upon pickup of your roses.