Rosa Teasing Georgia

Fast Facts

  • Name: Rosa Teasing Georgia
  • Bred by: David Austin
  • Introduced: 1998
  • Growth: Vigorous, upright shrub, 4-5 ft in height, 3-4 ft spread
  • Blooms: Fully double, cupped blooms, 70+ petals
  • Color: Rich, warm yellow with a delightful tea fragrance
  • Foliage: Dark green, glossy leaves
  • Flowering: Repeat blooming throughout the season
  • Climate: Suitable for USDA zones 5b and warmer
  • Disease Resistance: Good disease resistance
  • Growing Classification: English Shrub Rose
  • Origin/Distribution: Bred by David Austin in the United Kingdom
  • Blooming Season: Late spring through fall

Should you Buy One?

Consider adding Rosa Teasing Georgia to your garden if you admire the rich, warm yellow blooms that exude a delightful tea fragrance. This vigorous shrub rose offers continual, fully double cupped blooms throughout the season, infusing your garden with elegance and charm. With good disease resistance and a manageable size, it’s an excellent choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.

Rose Care for Teasing Georgia

Rosa Teasing Georgia thrives in full sun or partial shade. Plant it in well-draining soil enriched with organic matter to support healthy growth. Maintain consistent moisture in the soil, especially during the growing season. Apply a balanced rose fertilizer in spring and early summer to nourish the plant. Prune in late winter or early spring to maintain its shape and encourage new growth while removing any dead or diseased branches. Although ‘Teasing Georgia’ boasts good disease resistance, regular monitoring for pests and diseases is advisable to ensure its well-being.

General Rose Care Tips

  • Name: Rosa ‘Pat Austin’
  • Bred by: David C.H. Austin (David Austin Roses)
  • Introduced: 1995
  • Growth: Bushy shrub, 3-4 ft in height and spread
  • Blooms: Fully double, cupped blooms
  • Color: Rich copper-orange
  • Foliage: Dark green, glossy leaves
  • Flowering: Repeat blooming throughout the season
  • Climate: Suitable for USDA zones 5b and warmer
  • Disease Resistance: Good disease resistance
  • Growing Classification: English Shrub Rose (David Austin Rose)
  • Origin/Distribution: Bred by David C.H. Austin in the United Kingdom
  • Blooming Season: Late spring through fall

FAQs about Rosa Teasing Georgia

While ‘Teasing Georgia’ is best suited for garden beds, it can be grown in large containers with good drainage.

Apply a balanced rose fertilizer in spring and early summer to support continuous blooming.

In colder regions, provide winter protection by mulching around the base and covering the plant during extreme cold spells.

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