A close up view of bright pink flowers on Oso Easy Peasy rose.
A rose blooms in a field, covered in pink flowers.
Clusters of bright pink flowers on a thriving rose plant.
Bright pink rose flowers in a cluster.
A hedge of bright pink roses grows in front of a tan house.
Oso Easy Peasy roses covered in bright pink blooms around a tree.
A line of pink Oso Easy Peasy roses bloom under four lollipop crabapple trees.

Oso Easy Peasy® Landscape Rose

Oso Easy Peasy® rose sends out continuous sprays of doubled blooms, each with the vivid hue of tropical dragonfruit. Produces flowers continuously without deadheading, and as its award from the prestigious American Rose Society attests, it exhibits outstanding disease resistance.

Additional information

Dimensions2.5 × 2.5 ft
Botanical Name

<i>Rosa</i> 'Phyllis Sherman' PP#29167


4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Flower Color


Foliage Color







Full Sun


Average, Well-drained

Bloom Time

Summer to Frost


Borders, Containers, Low Hedges, Mass Planting


Attracts pollinators, Award winner, Disease resistant, Heat tolerant, Reblooming


Dr. David Zlesak

Blooms on

New wood

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Plant Care

Soil: Any average, well-drained soil will do.

Water: Roses perform best with a steady supply of moisture. They are drought tolerant once they are established, however, flowering may slow or stop in extreme conditions, and flowers that do form will not last as long.

Pruning: In cold climates, prune in spring, just as the new growth begins to emerge. Cut the plant back by half to two-thirds, so that growth comes from the thicker buds lower on the plant. Every 3-5 years, remove the oldest stems to keep the center clear. In warm climates, prune in early winter.

Fertilizing: An application of a rose fertilizer in early spring is sufficient. However, you may fertilize monthly from early spring through late July if you wish.