NOVELTY ROSE OF THE YEAR 2010
Super Trouper is a stunning floribunda rose with bright,
almost luminous coppery-orange blooms throughout the summer and will flower
until the first frosts. The blooms hold their colour well whatever the weather.
Named after the ABBA song of the same name, it was crowned Novelty Rose of the
The young buds are pale yellow early on and change to a
brighter coppery-orange as they open. It's a strong bushy plant with dark green
glossy foliage and excellent disease resistance.
This floribunda rose is a real eye catcher in the garden or
it can be grown happily in a large container. The perfume is pleasant though not powerful.
For best results plant Super Trouper rose in a sunny
position, dead head regularly and feed twice a year; one in the spring and
again after the main flush in June.
(Fryleyeca) was awarded the Gold Standard Award in 2009. Since 2006 only a few
roses are selected each year for this prestigious award. Based on cumulative information from invited
independent judges, the Gold Standard is awarded to a select number of worthy
varieties. Rose health, floriferousness, scent and commercial appeal are all
taken into consideration when making the final choice. Bred by Fryers Roses UK
and introduced in 2008. See all our Gold Standard Award Winning Roses and read
more about the decision making process.