Publisher : Kordes 2000
Cultivation : Aprikola is part of the new acquisitions of Kordes flattering the health and wealth of a beautiful flower. Gives exceptionally rich flowers and resistant to infestations this rose bush is trouble-free. It has originally the colour of an apricot and reflects all the graduations of it. Interesting is the bulk effect. The flowers are not resistant to rain but because the plant always blossom after you have cut the wilt flowers, this is not a problem.
Likewise many rose bushes of Kordes, the radiance of the leaf could scare off a bit the amateur of romantic rose bushes. It misses some charm, but is very easy to cultivate. If you cut regularly the wilt flowers it will blossom all summer long. Cut the rose bush by half in the spring and make sure the middle part is airy. Aprikola growths the best in a rich ground feed with fertilizer special rose bush (granular fertilizer roses Or Brun).
Usage : In ornamental bush, low hedges or pots.
Grouping : Aprikola can be plant in group together with yellow rose bushes and white or blue winter resistant plants like nepetas.
Diseases : Has a perfect health and do not require a lot of maintenance. In the worst case cut the sick leaves.