Bonica (Rosa 'MEIdomonac')-Hort Answers - University of Illinois Extension
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Rosa 'MEIdomonac'

Floribunda rose with an upright arching habit and small green leaves. Clusters of double light pink blooms (petal count 17-25) held in clusters toward the tips of canes. Fresh apple fragrance. 
Mature Height
3-5 Feet (width 4'6")
USDA Hardiness Zone
4 - 7 
Bloom Color
Bloom Season
June - September
Soil Conditions
Moist, Well-Drained
Exposure/Light Requirements
Full Sun
Pests and Problems

Environmental Damage

Insect Damage

Additional pests and problems that may affect this plant:

Good disease resistance to black spot
Additional Notes
First shrub rose to be named AARS winner in 1989 and one of only seven roses to be named and All Time Classic. Has orange hips in the fall. A good dependable rose for the landscape.


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