Taking top honors with its large clusters of pure white flowers, Starry Night, a landscape shrub, has you seeing stars all day and into the night. The medium green glossy foliage enhances the five-petal flower, which is 2 ˝ - 3 inches in diameter.
Growing 3 feet by 3 feet in cool climates and 6 feet by 6 feet in mild to warm climates, this spreading disease-resistant landscape shrub is perfect for large plantings, borders and ground cover. Its pure white sparkling flowers, which resemble a dogwood flower, provide you with a constellation of blooms throughout the season.
Pierre Orard from Feyzin, France hybridized Starry Night with the combination of Anisley Dickson and Rosa wichurianna. This is his first AARS winner. Edmunds’ Roses is introducing Starry Night in the United States.