Rosa ‘Bull’s Eye’ is a work of art that has taken many years of hybridizing. It has 2 to 3″ flowers like its parents which are a once-blooming variety. The center is cranberry colored with the rest of the petal creamy shade of white. It is somewhat fragrant and loves the sun.
Rosa ‘Bull’s Eye’ is a shrub rose from the Rosaceae family of plants. It is also known as Shrub Rose ‘Bull’s Eye’ or Rosa ‘PEJamore’. It is upright and deciduous. The leaves are ovate and toothed and dark green. It is a hybrid and bred by Peter J. James in United Kingdom.
How to grow Rosa ‘Bull’s Eye’:
Grow Rosa ‘Bull’s Eye’ in the sun. Plant it in moist, moderately rich and well-drained soil. Avoid watering from above and provide good air circulation to prevent mildew. Watch out for aphids, caterpillars, red spider mite. It is also prone to mildew.