This will remind you of the romantic wild roses that once grew in abundance along the country roadsides. Like the wild rose, Nearly Wild requires almost no care. It is vigorous-growing, spreads rapidly and is exceedingly hardy. It produces a profusion of graceful, long pointed buds that open to an appealing, single (5 petal) rosy-pink bloom. Nearly Wild grows only 3' tall. Plant it along driveways, to frame a terrace or in front of taller, leggy shrubs. It also makes a good flowering ground cover for sloped, banks or ugly traffic spots in the lawn.
Nearly Wild prefers full sun. But it will also bloom on the north side of the house where other plants won't prosper. Will start blooming the first year -- in about 60-90 days after planting. Plant 3' apart. These are robust, field-grown plants. Supply limited. Order soon.
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