The Sweet Honey rose has large clusters of soft apricot flowers. This rose could be used as a hedge, in a border or in a pot. Soto thinks the Sweet Honey rose would look lovely in a country or cottage garden. Not only loved by Soto, this rose was Rose of the year in 2020.
Spring deliveries will commence the week beginning 18th March. A member of the Soto team will be in touch to confirm your delivery date.
When planting, dig a large hole, almost two times the size of the roses roots.
How to care for Sweet Honey
Sweet Honey loves to bask in the sun.
Deadhead regularly. This rose is a good repeat flowerer throughout the season.
Sweet Honey needs lots of water when establishing and likes the soil to be moist but not soggy.
Plant with a high quality, peat-free compost. Use a rose feed in early spring and again mid summer to encourage flowering.
This rose likes to sit in well drained, moist soil. Ideally not chalky soil.