Rosa Westerland, also known as Rosa Westerland Korwest or Westerland Rose This award-winning medium-sized deciduous rose shrub is best known for its gorgeous apricot-orange blossoms. Rosa Westerland Korwest, also known as Westerland Rose, produces clusters of loosely formed double flowers in a most vibrant orange hue with yellow on the reverse of the petals, creating a stunning display of colour. In addition to being eye-catching, the flowers also boast a rich fragrance. The foliage is leathery and bronze-tinted and beautifully complements the flowers. A repeat bloomer, this lovely rose will reward you with blossoms from early summer to late in the autumn.
Westerland Rose was first bred in Germany in 1969 by Reimer Kordes. For its exceptional qualities, Rosa Westerland has been awarded the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society.
Height and Spread of Rosa Westerland With a bushy growth habit and medium mature size, this rose shrub is suited for big and small gardens alike. Westerland Rose will grow to be 1.5 to 2.5 metres in height and spread after 2 to 5 years.
How Hardy is Rosa Westerland Rosa Westerland Korwest is a hardy shrub. It can withstand temperatures up to 20 degrees below zero. As a result, Westerland Rose is fully hardy all across the United Kingdom.
How To Use Rosa Westerland As a flowering shrub with a bushy habit, Westerland Rose can be grown anywhere - in beds and borders, on its own as a specimen shrub, or even trained against a pillar or a wall. The combination of its versatility, undemanding nature, and truly spectacular repeat flowering blossoms makes Rosa Westerland Korwest a welcome addition to any garden, large or small. To better enjoy the powerful scent of these coral coloured roses, plant Rosa Westerland near a patio or under a window.
How To Care For Rosa Westerland Westerland Rose does best when grown in full sun, whether sheltered or exposed. The soil should be moist but well-drained, fertile, and humus-rich.