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Shipping: $14.95 (Fixed Shipping Cost)
Common Name: Hybrid Tea Rose
Plant Type: Rose
Exposure: Sun
Hardiness Zone: 5-10
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer-Fall
Garden Height: 4-6 Feet
Size Category: Tall: 36 Inches or more
Pot Size: 10 Inch Pot

Will begin shipping Apr 22nd 2024 . Ship by date varies based on your location, hardiness zone, and the maturity level of the plant. If you have a specific shipping time request, please add it in the comments for your order.

Pot Size: 10 Inch Pot

  • Big, beautiful flowers are great in bouquets
  • A classic rose

Rosa 'Moonstone' produces huge flowers that stand out against the dark green foliage. It has a classic form and gorgeous white flowers that are edged in pink. This tea rose makes a great cutting flower with its long stems. A perfect choice to bring big, beautiful color to the landscape.

Romence Gardens roses are sold and shipped potted and growing in a 10-inch diameter pot. Due to the size of the box required to ship them, they must be shipped individually and do not qualify for flat rate shipping. 

Type: Hybrid Tea
Flower Color: White w/ Pink Edges
Root: Grafted
Uses: Beds, Borders, Landscapes
Nature Attraction: Butterflies
Notable Features: Cut Flower, Fragrant
Growth Habit: Upright

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  • Amazing Moonstone 5

    Posted by Meredith on Oct 17th 2019

    In my search for a good white rose with a touch of pink, I finally hit upon Moonstone much later in the season (given that we live in San Diego) than I normally would have even searched. After I'd hit upon Moonstone, the only site I found that carried it was Romence, so, with a shrug, we gave it a try, though though we were thoroughly pessimistic. Contrary to our expectations, however, what arrived at our doors was a full-grown, beautifully urn-shaped rose full of buds. Even as it continued to grow disease-free, a perfectly formed shrub, I was not sure I liked the flowers because they did not open fully enough and the stems were short. Then, by early Fall, I overcame my own arrogance enough to realize that I needed to cut the blooms not when the sepals were down but, rather, when the blooms were fully formed. If I would only have the patience to wait, then I would be rewarded with long-stemmed white with pink blush roses that lasted in our vases for well over a week or ten days. At that point I became a loyal patron of both this website and this rose, which now, well into Fall, is still putting out very long stems that leave me in awe.

Rosa 'Moonstone'


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