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Oso Easy Double Red Rose Bushes for Sale Online
The boisterous blooms of the Oso Easy Double Red Rose are held on long stems, reaching well above the foliage so they really put on a show. Loved for its gorgeous deep red blooms and disease resistant leaves, the Double Reds make for a gorgeous addition to any yard or garden project.
If you are looking for a show stopping, easy-to-grow rose shrub to add to your garden, the Oso Easy Double Red is the way to go. The dark green foliage works to make the bold red blooms stand out even more. Even better, these shrubs produce blooms all summer long!
The Oso Easy plant earns its name through its extremely easy and laid-back care regimen. Unlike many shrubs which require deadheading to rebloom, there is no need to cut off spent blooms on the Double Red Rose bush. As a hybrid creation from the well known Proven Winners, these plants boast larger blooms, brighter colors and even less maintenance than the original Oso Easy shrub.
Ideal conditions for these deciduous shrubs include full sun and consistent watering. Additionally, these plants appreciate a well draining soil blend. This Oso Easy Rose is suited for USDA zones 4-9. The roses require a slow release fertilizer in the growing months of spring and summer for best results. Light pruning can be done in early spring but this is not necessary.
Common issues of powdery mildew and black spot are not an issue with these hardy rose bushes, and they are impressively resistant to disease.
Growing tall and wide, the Oso Easy Double Red Rose Bushes are most frequently used in mixed borders, along with focal specimen and mass plantings. The shrubs bright red color and hardiness to the elements will ensure a stunning shrub throughout the seasons.
|3 to 4 Feet
|3 to 4 Feet
|Broad leaved deciduous shrub rose
|Full sun for best blooms
|Bright red, double blooms with orange undertones
|Prune in late winter
|Any well drained soil
|Water well until established
|Extremely attractive when used as in the mixed border, mass planting, or on a hillside