All the Rage 101: Plant Details, Landscape Inspiration, and Care

All the Rage is a hardy, own root rose bush that stuns in the landscape thanks to its multicolored blooms. Hardy from Zones 4-9, it is a great choice for both warm and cool climate gardeners. Due to its size, All the Rage acts as a wonderful structure rose or focal point due to the vivid pink of its petals. Below, you’ll find the highlights of All the Rage, plus care tips and landscape design ideas.

Those Pink Blooms

The stunning multicolored blooms are All the Rage’s most striking quality. Tight coral buds swirl open to apricot-colored blossoms that are accented by luminous yellow centers. This rose blooms steadily all season, and the petals eventually age to lipstick pink.

Self-Cleaning? You Bet!

Once All the Rage finishes its blooming cycle, the flowers drop cleanly away. This self-cleaning process keeps your garden looking neat and tidy and means that deadheading can be checked off your to do list.

Disease Resistant

One of the other benefits of this beautiful rose bush is its disease resistant qualities. All the Rage is an easy care rose that will pack a punch in the landscape. Check out our blog on caring for roses to learn even more.

Landscaping with All the Rage
A Dream Focal Point

Thanks to the bright color of All the Rage, it creates a beautiful focal point in any garden, popping out from any backdrop it is planted against. Throughout the season, the varying colors keep interest effortlessly and this rose bush’s blooms are perfect for cut floral arrangements. Try adding All the Rage into a landscape full of monochromatic green hues to let the color of the rose blooms shine. Check out our landscaping blog for even more ideas.

The Perfect Plant Pairing

The right plant pairing can also make All the Rage pop. Pair this pink rose with the dark leaves and cranberry blooms of First Editions® Eclipse® Bigleaf Hydrangea or the cool toned foliage of First Editions® Iceberg Alley® Sageleaf Willow. Both of those plant pairings ideas will provide great contrast for the green leaves and pink blooms featured on All the Rage, making this rose stand out in the garden.

Care Tips for All the Rage Rose
  • Planting: All the Rage thrives when planted in full sun, so check out our planting blog to make sure you are planting your shrub correctly.
  • Watering: All the Rage does best when the soil is kept evenly moist. Be sure to watch our video on watering for the best tips and tricks to keep it hydrated all season long.
  • Fertilizing: All the Rage doesn’t require fertilizing, but it will benefit from it. If you want to apply, be sure to use a granular, well balanced, slow-release fertilizer. Apply once in spring when you see green leafy new growth and be sure to follow the directions on the package. To learn more, watch our video on how to fertilize in spring.
  • Pruning: Easy Elegance® roses require very little pruning to thrive. Once your All the Rage rose is established, we recommend pruning in early spring to remove any dead, damaged, or crossing stems.

Plant Details
  • Height: 3-5’
  • Width: 2-4.5’
  • Exposure: Full Sun
  • Hardiness Zone: 4-9
  • Heat Zone: 8
  • Flower Color: Coral

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