The Annapurna rose tree is one of the most famous white rose trees.
Key Annapurna rose facts
Name – Annapurna Dorblan
Family – shrub rose tree
Type – repeat-blooming rose
Height – 30-40 in (80-100 cm) – Exposure: full/part sun – Soil: ordinary
Its large white flowers, its bushy bearing, its vigor and extended blooming make it irresistible – to the point that it’s been awarded many prestigious prizes!
Planting the Annapurna rose tree
Refer to our page on how to plant a rose tree.
- plant in fall
- dig a hole out that’s at least 1½ feet deep (40 cm) and nearly 2 feet wide (50 cm).
- layer fertilizers along the bottom of the hole
- make sure to bury the root ball so that the collar stays at or slightly above ground level, not below.
Fragrance of the Annapurna rose tree
Touches of violet, very flowery scent.
Learn more about the Annapurna rose tree
Its distinctive tall stems, its elongated buds and the exquisite spiraling of its pure white petals in its 4 inch (10 cm) wide flower are what make it recognizable.
Annapurna is quite hardy and thus resists diseases well.
This is a repeat-blooming rose, meaning it will set out new flowers during the entire blooming season.
Smart tip about this rose tree
Over the winter, neutral pH mulch like flax or hemp is recommended to keep it from freezing.