Rosa ‘Nearly Wild’

Common Name: Rose Nearly Wild

Rosa ‘Nearly Wild’ is a compact, rounded rose bush that looks best in mass plantings, but needs good air circulation. Her blooms are 2″-3″, single petal, wild medium pink with a white center! Great bloomer! Very low growing, fairly water-wise. If you think you would like a Cistus that blooms year-round, and not be water-sensitive, this is your dead ringer. May have a problem with mildew on the coast.

  • Type: Rose
  • Exposure: Full to Part Sun
  • Height: 2 Feet
  • Width: 2 Feet
  • Hardy To: -15° F
  • Blooms: Rose Pink, White Center, Spring to Fall