BEST-select roses offer you beautiful, strong growth in your garden without having to worry about damage, aphids or disease. Because these varieties are selected for their resistance and so deliver only the benefits of stunning garden roses.
Bee Proud is a distinctive rose with striking, multicoloured flowers. It has red buds and orange to salmon-pink petals with a yellow heart. Its open flowers have distinctive stamens. The shape of its petals creates a playful effect and gives the flowers a particularly vibrant feel. Bee Proud blooms all summer long until late autumn and is very resistant to disease. The ‘Bee’ in Bee Proud refers to this rose’s special allure for bumblebees and bees. Especially at the start of the flowering period, bees and bumblebees buzz all over the flowers. Bee Proud is a “bee”autifully unique rose.
- Highly attractive to bees
- Flowers with a striking colour palette
- Healthy plants
Bee Proud took home the first prize at the international rose competition in Kortrijk:
- Kortrijk 2018: golden rose
Roses love the sun, so pick a spot for your roses where the summer sun will reach them for at least a few hours. Roses thrive in nutrient-rich soil. In spring and summer, you can use an organic fertilizer on your roses. Roses do not mind a dry spell; extra watering tends not to be necessary. Plant the roses at a 40-50 cm distance from each other or from other plants. When planting, place the spot where the stems turn into roots just below the surface, then firmly press the plants into the ground and water.
Beautifully flowering roses are achieved by pruning in winter. Prune in February-March, but not when it is freezing. During pruning, remove thin and dead stems, leave just a few strong young stems and cut those down to a length of ±25 cm. In summer, you can encourage a second bloom by cutting off dead flowers.