Easter Rose 'Pleniflora' Characteristics
'Pleniflora' are double flowering, hardy shrubs that can become invasive without proper oversight. Double flowering refers to a tendency for flowers to grow within other flowers, giving the appearance of fuller blooms. If pruning to shape is desired, do so after flowering as new blooms grow on old wood. 'Pleniflora' spreads via basal shoots, or root suckers, and should be removed to prevent propagation.
There are few threatening disease or insect issues that plague 'Pleniflora', Leaf spot and canker are possible, though rarely life threatening. Root rot can occur in overly saturated soils.