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Famous for its incomparable aroma and reliable white blooms, the Pope John Paul II Rose is bred with the best benefits of your favorite rose varieties. In fact, the Pope John Paul gives the impact of planting 10 rose bushes in just one compact shrub.
There's nothing quite like the beauty of this immaculate rose. The Pope John Paul II delivers layer after layer of velvety texture as pure as white snow. And unlike other classic white rose shrubs that are notoriously difficult to grow, the Pope John Paul II Rose stands up to impossible conditions with ease.
Because your Pope John Paul II Rose Shrub breaks the mold, it's nearly impossible to find at big-box garden centers. And if you do see it on the shelves, it's bare-root - bare-root roses have less than a 50/50 chance of survival.
But when you order from Brighter Blooms, you get unparalleled white roses, straight from the cover of a garden magazine, and healthy roots that are grown to last. Thanks to an intact root system and strong stems, your John Paul II Rose grows tons of pure roses that won't need a green thumb to thrive.
Now, the yard of your dreams is just a click away. Developed to perfection, the Pope John Paul II Rose is ready to burst forth with a profusion of white roses in its very first year.
Don't wait - get the beauty of the Pope John Paul II Rose today!
For immediate blooms, plant well-developed 3 gallon rose bushes. They've been grown up to a year longer than most plants, so they'll give you huge blankets of blooms the next growing season. Perfect for impatient gardeners!
1. Planting: Select an area with well-drained soil and full sun (6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day).
Place your Pope John Paul II Rose in a hole twice as wide but just as deep as the root ball. Water immediately to establish roots. Add a 3-inch layer of mulch to conserve moisture.
If you're planting in a container, select a pot that's about twice the size of your plant's shipped container and ensure it has drainage holes. Use organic soil, place your rose, water to settle its roots, and find a sunny spot on your porch or patio to place your container.
2. Watering: Water your rose weekly, or check the surrounding soil. When the soil is dry about 2 to 3 inches down, it's time to water your rose.
If your rose is container-planted, water until you see it flowing from the drainage holes at the bottom of your container.
3. Fertilizing: Feed with a liquid rose fertilizer. Apply once in the spring and once in the summer, and follow the label instructions.
4. Pruning: Other than shaping, no pruning is required for your Pope John Paul II Rose.