There are many roses in the Netherlands and not least in the Limburg area.
Yet, the Danish rose breeder Rosa Eskelund was asked to develop a new rose to celebrate the Rose Festival in Lottum.
Minister of Limburg Mr. Ger Koopmans, received a banner with the secret name brought to him by a drone, and the new rose was revealed and baptized in pink champagne in front of hundreds of rose interested people from both the Netherlands and Germany.
“We received many compliments on the rose and are very proud and grateful that we were asked for a rose to this occasion – and then in Holland,” says Harley and Rosa Eskelund.
Directly in this area of the Netherlands is the largest garden rose production and many producers from the area attended the baptism of the new Plant’n’relax® So much love™ rose, that is part of the series of healthy garden roses where the consumer simply can plant and relax. Just as the name says – Plant’n’relax.
Already now, Harley and Rosa Eskelund welcomed several requests for a license to grow the rose, that is easy to grow both budded or on own roots.
Plant’n’relax® So much love™
- So much love™ is part of the new series of garden roses, Plant’n’relax®, developed by Danish rose breeder Rosa Eskelund from Roses Forever ApS in Denmark
- The series has been extensively tested since 2004 in both the Netherlands and Denmark
- The roses are all very healthy and beautiful – and easy to care
- The new rose is a soft yellow climbing rose with beautiful large filled flowers and a light scent
- The rose will be available in garden centers in Holland and Scandinavia from Spring 2016
- With her passion for roses, Rosa has created many great successes, both Roses Forever® and Infinity® mini roses, Plant’n’Relax® garden roses and Viking® cut roses.
- Learn more about the roses here
Rosas advice on garden roses
- You can plant both bare-rooted and potted garden roses in your garden.
- The bare-rooted roses should be planted in November-March.
- Potted garden roses can be planted in both the spring, summer and fall.
- Roses like sunshine, space around them and good soil.
- The roses need fertilizer 4 times in the growing season.
- Cut the roses in the beginning of April when the frost is over.
- The pruning will keep the roses beautiful and healthy for many years.
For further information and license to grow please contact Rosa Eskelund on tel: +45 51 57 19 90 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org