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Latin name: Rosa
Cherished for its large petals and incredible scent, the double petals of the Felicia are similar to the shape of a peony: puffy and pink. Whether you grow this hybrid musk variety as a climber or a low-growing shrub, this rose will bloom profusely in the summer and then again later in the season. If you don't have a lot of room, it can easily be grown as a compact bush or in a container. Perfect for the low-maintenance gardener, it does best when grown freely and pruned minimally. Worried about lack of sun? Try the white blooms of the shade-loving 'Penelope.'
BLOOM TIME:summer, and again in fall
PLANTING TIME:early to late spring
ZONES:6 through 9
WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT THIS PLANT:Its scent and large clusters of light pink