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Flower Carpet® Scarlet

Rosa var. NOA83100B 'Flower Carpet® Scarlet'

Each bush is covered in a masses of scarlet red blooms from late spring thru fall. One of the new Next Generation Flower Carpet roses with improved heat and humidity tolerance and disease resistance.

Noteworthy CharacteristicsThis easy-care groundcover rose is ideal for home gardeners and professional landscapers. Simple to grow and easy to maintain, it doesn't require spraying or fancy pruning – just a simple cut-back each spring.

CareCut back to 1/3 its size in later winter or early spring.

Problems Information provided by Anthony Tesselaar

  • Genus : Rosa
  • Plant Height : 1 to 3 feet
  • Plant Width : 1 to 3 feet
  • Zones : 10, 11, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Moisture : Adaptable
  • Characteristics : Attracts Bees, Fragrant Flowers
  • Uses : Containers, Foundation Plantings, Front Yard, Ground Covers, Pathways, Sun
  • Tolerance : Deer Tolerant, Drought Tolerant, Frost Tolerant
  • Bloom Time : Fall, Summer
  • Plant Seasonal Interest : Fall Interest
  • Light : Full Sun to Partial Shade
  • Maintenance : Low
  • Growth Rate : Moderate
  • Flower Color : Red
  • Plant Type : Shrubs
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  1. lynn_odle 02/05/2015

    I live in Zone 6, and my question:: Is when do you think is the best time to order the " Flower Carpet Scarlet (Rosa var. NOA831008 Flower Carpet Scarlet) and have it in the ground ready for it to start to take Root and be ready for our flower/ Garden Bed. We are moving all of Our Hybrid Tea Roses to what uses to be our actual Garden, and since we didn't really care for it last year, we're going to do things alot more differently this year. And I also have Lily Tress to plant this year Up against the tall back porch and against the garage. And this is what we've chosen to use as a bottom growing shrub to help keep the Moisture down, because they will get a lot of afternoon full sun. I hope that they can withstand the full Strength of the hot sun all day. So when is the best time to order the bottom brush shrub???? Thanks Lynn Marie. Thanks for your help and time to answer my questions.

  2. lynn_odle 02/05/2015

    Or is the Red Drift Rose my better option. Due to the fact that it doesn't seem to mind Full Sun??

  3. user-7007822 09/19/2015

    i have the roses but my flowers are starting to die and i wanna know what is causing it plz

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