Rosa banksiae lutea- Yellow Lady Banks Rose
Rosa banksiae lutea will ramble over a fence or climb a tree. The Yellow Lady Banks Rose is vigorous enough to cover a large arbor. Rosa banksiae lutea does have a flaw, it only blooms once a year. But with such a grand blooming in early Spring and the easy care this is a regular in my gardens. Oh, and did I say no thorns. A carpet of rose petals at the end of the season. Rosa banksiae lutea is thrifty with the water needs. I put them on the same irrigation line with the rockroses and ceanothus and they do great. At my house where there is some natural moisture I have not watered since I planted it during the rainy season a decade ago. Rosa banksiae lutea is a host plant for the Western Tussock Moth Caterpillar.
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