Plant Guide


Rosa 'Pacific Glory'

Vigorous floribunda rose with glossy dark green foliage and pink flowers in clusters throughout the season. Flowers are pink with a tan to fawn tint, and mature to lavender pink. They are semi-double with 9-16 petals.

Registration name: Rosa 'SOMlinone'. Cross between two New Zealand roses Rosa 'Anniversary' and Rosa 'Sky Tower'. Bred by Rob Somerfield of Tauranga, New Zealand and introduced here as Rosa 'Pacific Glory'.  Introduced in Australia as Rosa 'So In Love'.

Prefers a sunny position in any well-draining soil with a generous amount of organic matter. Fertilise in early spring and again in early summer. Dead-head during the flowering season and prune in winter. Good disease resistance.

Beautiful rose in stunning shades of pink. Excellent choice for flower display in garden beds or borders, as a single specimen or in groups. Can be grown as a standard or a shrub.

Type of plant

Shrub - Deciduous


1.2 m x 1.2 m

Landscape Use

flower display, cut flowers


  • Temperature: Hardy
  • Light: High
  • Moisture: Medium
  • Soil: Light Medium Heavy
  • Wind tolerance: Average