Place your order for this rose anytime and pick it up at the garden center when we open in April. We do not ship our roses.
Daybreaker grows at the entrance to our garden center. It is an eye-catcher due to the coloring and the classic shape of the bloom. A beautiful yellow-apricot-pink rose with a moderate tea rose fragrance. Daybreaker Rose was introduced in the United States in 2004. This is an All-American Rose Society selection winner, in 2004.
Flowering begins in May and continues non-stop if spent flowers are removed as they fade. The bloom has shades of yellow and pink. There are 26-40 petals on mature bloom, with an average flower cluster of 4” across.