Product Quantity Price
0 Items in Cart
Garden Plants & Flower Bulbs at Discount Prices!
100% SECURE SHOPPING
0 items
CHECKOUT
Order Status
Dick Clark Rose

Dick Clark Rose

(6 Customer Review(s)) Write a review
AUGUST SPECIAL:
FREE $20.00 Off Any Order Of $40 Or More!
Expires: August 31, 2014

2011 AARS Winner! Unique, award-winning grandiflora rose with striking blooms blending shades of cream, cherry-red and burgundy. 'WEKfunk', PPAF.

Own-root roses are ideal for gardeners who want to enjoy the beauty of growing roses without all the hassle of big, bulky bareroot plants. Leave your shovel in the shed; these little beauties can be tucked into the garden with the same speed and ease as bedding plants!

Product Information:

Light: Full sun to partial shade
Height: 2-4'
Bloom Time: Early to late summer
Size: Potted plugs
Zones: 4 to 10

Buy Now: Quantity Price
84566
1 for $14.99

Shipping Details:

Shipping Details

We ship this item in both Spring & Fall.
We'll carefully pack and ship your order at the proper planting time for your hardiness zone.
Find Your Hardiness Zone

Customers Who Bought This Also Bought

Dick Clark Rose Product Details

Botanical Name: Rosa 'WEKfunk' (Dick Clark) PPAF
Form: Deciduous shrub
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 2 - 4'
Spread: 2 - 3'
Spacing: 2 - 3'
Hardiness Zone: Zones 4 - 10
Foliage Type: Medium to dark green, glossy leather foliage.
Flower Form: Medium to large double ruffled blooms.
Flower Color: Cream and cherry blushed burgundy
Flowering Date: Late spring to late summer.
Planting Requirements: Plant at the same level as the soil so the crown of the plant is even with the soil level. Don't bury the crown. Full sun is best for quicker flowering and higher quality plants.
Soil Requirements: Well drained, humus enriched soil.
Growth Rate: Moderate once established.
Unique Characteristics: Own-root roses exhibit phenomenal flower power and super hardy plants from a rose plug. Roses grown on their own roots are naturally hardier than grafted roses. In cold climates, new shoots that emerge in spring are true to type, not undesirable suckers below the bud union. These roses exhibit fuller more symmetrical rose plants with more fragrant, beautiful flowers. 2011 All-American Rose Selection Winner named in honor of the famous radio and TV personality Dick Clark. He is best known as the host of the American Bandstand show and the New Year's Rockin Eve show. This rose shows off deep red buds that open to reveal swirls of cream and cherry blushed burgundy petals. The fragrance is a wonderful spicy cinnamon.
Pruning: Prune to maintain shape and increase branching once established. Remove any dead or damaged branches.
Additional Information: Roses prefer a thorough watering but do not like 'wet feet'. Water early in the day to avoid wet conditions into the night which can cause issues with fungus and disease.
Buy Now: Quantity Price
84566
1 for $14.99

Michigan Bulb No Risk Guarantee

Dick Clark Rose Customer Reviews     Write a Review



UPDATE Review by Melissa - Grand Rapids, MI
Posted on 2014-03-03 09:54:06

This rose started growing like crazy right away, it developed three buds within a few weeks of planting. I was exceptionally pleased when the rose continued producing flowers until frost last fall. In total, I think it produced 12-15 blooms the first year! This has been a very hard winter here in the midwest, I'm hoping that it survived as I mulched it like crazy.




Beauty Review by Laura - Makoti, ND
Posted on 2013-12-20 10:28:53

This is the first rose I have grown. I had several flowers the first year. They are beautiful! I love the colors, it almost seems to change as it blooms. I live in nd, so I am hoping it survives the winter...




Gorgeous Review by Melissa - Grand Rapids, MI
Posted on 2013-08-01 22:02:09

I planted these and they started growing like crazy. I don't have really high hopes and certainly didn't expect them to bloom the first year, but low and behold I have 3 buds!! I fertilized with chopped banana peel right away as suggested on a gardening blog. I'm very pleased with Michigan Bulb and will be purchasing lots more in the future.




Korean Vet Review by Gerald McLaughlin - Albuquerque, NM
Posted on 2013-06-03 17:18:32

A Dick Clark rose-bush is an amazing vigorous plant--within a short time during bad winds & 2 freezes, it endured & in 2 months--starred by producing--not one, but 3 small roses in 3 days-! After-all, being only 8 inches tall, in a dark-red velvet color earns "A+" for a result-! We recommend this as best-! Target Date was June 1st!




Very excited! Review by Shelby - Cathedral City, CA
Posted on 2012-05-24 14:41:59

My rose arrived very healthy and transplanted well. I live in the desert so the leaves got burned a bit, but I moves it and it is happy again!




Dick Clark Review by Sherri Warren - Glade Spring, VA
Posted on 2012-04-12 09:52:38

Seems to be very hardy because the plug was yellow & rough looking when it arrived. within 2 weeks it turn out very pretty & green. will post more later.



Buy Now: Quantity Price
84566
1 for $14.99

The cream-and-white Dick Clark Rose exhibits phenomenal flower power. Roses grown on their own roots are naturally hardier than grafted roses, and this one is super hardy! In cold climates, new shoots that emerge in spring are true to type. These roses exhibit full, symmetrical rose plants with fragrant, beautiful flowers. This variation of the Grandiflora Rose was 2011 All-American Rose Selection Winner named in honor of the famous radio and TV personality Dick Clark. This rose shows off deep red buds that open to reveal swirls of cream and cherry blushed burgundy petals. The fragrance is a wonderful spicy cinnamon. The supporting foliage is a dark green glossy leather foliage. The care of this flower is easy and should be able to be used by the beginning gardener with very little maintenance. This deciduous shrub rose grows well in areas with partial shade to full sun. This hardy plant thrives under most conditions but best color is achieved when it's planted in a well-drained, humus-enriched soil. They will also grow in soil with average pH and average moisture. The Dick Clark Rose typically have a medium growth rate once established. The blooming season for the Dick Clark Rose runs from late spring to late summer. Pruning is only needed to maintain shape and increase branching once established. These flowers are a beautiful addition to any garden or very large flowering container.



Sun Perennials Shade Perennials Flower Bulbs Irises Grasses Shrubs Trees Vines Fruits ON SALE
Customer Service
Gardening Community
About Michigan Bulb
Follow Us Online
Michigan Bulb on FacebookMichigan Bulb on Twitter

©2014 Scarlet Tanager LLC, d/b/a Michigan Bulb Company.
All Rights Reserved. Michigan Bulb Co. Nurseries trademarks
are registered trademarks of Scarlet Tanager LLC

MICHIGAN BULB
Shipping Partners
Shipping Partners