- Lightly fragrant, 3-in. flowers
- Glossy, dark green foliage
- Grows 3-4 ft. tall
- Excellent disease resistance
- Plant en masse, as hedge or specimen
Easy-care shrub-type rose adds loads of color and a light, sweet fragrance to gardens. A longtime favorite, Nearly Wild is a floribunda rose that blooms from late spring to early fall. The dense clusters of pink, single, 3-in. flowers bloom against glossy, dark green foliage. Growing 3-4 ft. tall with a 2-3 ft. spread, Nearly Wild looks best planted in groups, as a hedge, in cottage gardens, as a foundation planting or specimen plant. Like other shrub roses, it has good disease resistance. Grows best when planted in full sun to partial shade, in well-drained soil and with good air circulation. Zones 4-9.