Nearly Wild (Rosa 'Nearly Wild')-Hort Answers - University of Illinois Extension
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Nearly Wild
Rosa 'Nearly Wild'

Floribunda rose with light green foliage and single pink blooms (petal count 5) held in clusters. Flowers are 2 inches in diameter with a slight fragrance. 
Mature Height
2-3 Feet (width 2'-3')
USDA Hardiness Zone
4 - 9 
Bloom Color
Bloom Season
June - October
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:

Very good resistance to black spot and mildew
Additional Notes
Excellent landscape rose with outstanding disease resistance and hardiness. Nonstop blooming. Prune to remove old canes to keep plant vigorous


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