Bloomfield DaintyThis flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area
4 to 5 foot shrub or 6 to 8 foot climber Z5-11 R ly
This distinctive rose lost its tag in our growing field and was given the temporary nickname of "Buttercup" until it could be positively reidentified. It resembles that wildflower greatly, with cupped, single blossoms of bright yellow opening from long-pointed orangey buds. The slender, flexible canes make 'Bloomfield Dainty' a good candidate for a pillar rose, though it can be grown as a loose, informal bush as well. If grown as a climber, this rose will reach 6 to 8 feet.