Honey Perfume is an upright and well-branched floribunda with apricot yellow blooms. Pointed, shapely buds open to reveal beautiful, four-inch blooms with petal counts of 25 to 30 nestled amongst dark green, glossy foliage that accentuates its color.
Growing to about 3 1/2 feet high and 2 1/2 feet wide Honey Perfume exhibits a great spicy scent and very good resistance to disease, including rust and powdery mildew.
Hybridized by Keith Zary, Honey Perfume is being introduced by Jackson & Perkins Wholesale, Inc. of Medford, Ore.
|Plant Habit||The upright and well-branched plant grows to 3 ½ feet high and 2 ½ feet wide. Honey Perfume is best planted in groups, or used as a border.|
|Foliage Color||Honey Perfume produces blooms of apricot yellow.|
|Disease Resistance||Very good. Resistant to rust and powdery mildew.|
|Flower Color||Apricot yellow|
|Bud Form||Pointed, shapely buds open to reveal beautiful, four-inch blooms with petal counts of 25 to 30. Honey Perfume’s dark green, glossy foliage accentuates its color.|
|Flower Size||4 inches|
|Petal Count||25 to 30|
|Parentage||AROfres x Amber Queen|
|Introducer||Jackson & Perkins Wholesale Inc.|