Product Code: St-Patrick
Availability: Call for Availability
Some like it hot…and this is one!! The luck of the Irish may have finally brought a super slow-opening yellow rose that takes the heat. This saintly yellow can pick up a touch of gold in cool weather, but he’ll be wearin’ the green when the temps turn up. Loads of novel chartreuse-shaded buds spiral open to yellow gold flowers of amazing stamina. Grey-green foliage. Heat brings out the novel color & best form. Slow-opening.
- Rose name: St. Patrick
- Class: Hybrid Tea
- Flower color: Yellow-gold shaded green
- Flower Form: Fully Double
- Petal count: 30-35
- Plant habit: Medium/rounded
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To keep your flowers as fresh as possible, we strongly recommend that you trim the ends of the stems weekly. Use a knife or clippers to make a 45 degree angle cut about one half inch from the current end of the stem.
With the flowers out of the vase or container, replace the water. Once the water has been changed and the flowers cut, place the flowers back into the vase. Although it is not a requirement, adding flower preservative to the water before returning the flowers to the vase is higly encouraged.
Make sure the flowers do not sit in a sunny window or near a heat vent as this will cause wilting. Keep them as cool as possible. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us via email or phone.