Named the Royal Horticulture Society Rose of the Year in 2015, Ringo All-Star rose features single flowers with a unique color blend of melon-orange and pink that age to lavender for a multi-colored effect. A distinctive cherry-red eye and sunny yellow stamens make the blooms even more intriguing. Developed by Chris Warner of the UK.
Moist, well drained, slightly acidic soils are best; that said, roses are known to be quite adaptable to soils except for very wet areas.
Prune in spring, cutting back to just above large buds.
Mass plantings; hedges; mixed borders; foundation plantings; cottage gardens.
Plant in full sun with good air circulation for best performance. Does not require deadheading to bloom continuously.