A picture of a Rosa 'Orange Belinda'

Rosa 'Orange Belinda'

Rosa 'Orange Belinda'

Full Sun
Moderate watering
Half-hardy

10a

USDA zone

-1°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

Max

Min

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

Rosa 'Orange Belinda' Overview

These are deciduous or semi-evergreen open shrubs and scrambling climbers. The leaves are divided into 5 or 7 oval leaflets, with rounded or pointed tips and they are sometimes toothed. The flowers bloom in various colours, some with beautiful fragrances, and are borne mainly in mid summer to mid autumn.

Common problems with Rosa 'Orange Belinda'

How to propagate Rosa 'Orange Belinda'

Budding

By budding in summer.

Cuttings

Hardwood cuttings in autumn.

Grafting

Hybrids are often propagated by grafting.

Other uses of Rosa 'Orange Belinda'

Grown for their profusion of late, bee attracting, summer flowers, often fragrant, and sometimes for their fruits (rose hips). Hedging. Suitable for coastal conditions.