Rosa ‘KORwest’ WESTERLAND ™
double orange modern rose
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A pyrotechnic display of vivid copper-orange, strongly fragrant flowers burst forth from June until frost against a backdrop of glossy green foliage. Left to its own devices Rosa WESTERLAND™ is a large, deciduous shrub with an upright habit; however, it can be pruned to keep it more shrub-like or trained to grow up a wall or pillar.
Plant Type: shrub
Foliage Type: deciduous
Plant Height: 6 ft. 0 in. (1.83 meters)
Plant Width/Spread: 4 ft. 0 in. (1.22 meters)
Plant Height-Mature: 12 ft. 0 in. (3.66 meters)
Plant Width-Mature: 6 ft. 0 in. (1.83 meters)
Hardiness: USDA Zones 5 to 9
Flower Color: orange
Sun/Light Exposure: full sun
Water Requirements: regular watering
Colors & Combos
Great Color Contrasts: burgundy, gold, bronze
Great Color Partners: rose, lavender, purple
- Culture Notes
- This climbing rose flowers best in full sun with rich well-drained or sandy soil. It is a heavy feeder and benefits from a regular application of fertilizer. Provide regular watering during dry weather to encourage lush growth and repeat flowering. It can be lightly pruned in the late fall or early winter to protect from winter wind damage. Major pruning to develop the shape of the plant should be done in early spring when the leaves are beginning to show green. It has good disease resistance.
- Geek Notes
- Introduced by the German rose breeder W. Kordes in 1969.