In a Nutshell
What we reckon you'll want to know
More than six hours of direct sun per day in summer to thrive.
Grow outside in a garden or patio space.
Able to brave tough weather conditions and low temperatures.
Easy to grow
Minimal pruning, watering and pest or disease concerns.
Why We Love It
Why We Love It
With large glossy leaves and stunning flowers, the 'Troika' rose is a peachy addition to your garden. Featuring pointed buds which bloom into big apricot coloured flowers with a lovely scent, it's definitely an eye-catcher. As one of the hybrid tea varieties, it's known as a long bloomer, so you'll have a show throughout the summer and autumn season. In spring, you'll see a few bronze-tinged leaves at the bottom of each blossoming stem that change to a shiny dark green, before falling off in winter. This Award of Garden Merit winning rose was bred to stay small and compact which makes it ideal for smaller spaces or narrow beds. Its petite stature gives it excellent patio potential – choose a chic pot and get planting.
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How to Plant
How to Plant
The 'Trioka' rose prefers a sunny spot with moist and well-drained soil, though it's hardy enough to survive in most conditions.
Into the Ground
To give your rose the right start, gather your trowel, some compost, a watering can and rose food.
- First, soak the potted rose to help the transition.
- Next, dig a hole in your chosen sunny spot at least two times the size of the plant's rootball.
- Mix in compost for drainage.
- Add rose food to the base of the hole and combine it all together.
- Place the rose in the hole, then fill in around it with soil and compost.
- Water well and mulch in later winter.
Into a Pot
As a compact and upright variety, this rose does well in a container, so choose a nice big pot and grab your compost, rose food, trowel and a full watering can.
- Water the potted rose well to soften up the rootball.
- Fill the base of the new pot with a mix of soil, compost and rose food.
- Position the plant in the new pot.
- Using compost and soil, fill up the pot around the rose until the rootball is covered.
- Give it a drink and mulch in later winter or early spring.
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