Suzanne Longley Farm

The Red Cascade provides a profuse display of fully double, cupped miniature roses. Photo by Suzanne Longley.


Red Cascade Rose


A versatile rose, it’s usually considered for groundcover but can be trained as a spectacular climber. Its blooms are plentiful and long lasting, blooming in mid-spring and repeating throughout the growing season. They also look wonderful overflowing in large tubs, trailing down a rock wall, or dripping from hanging baskets.

The Red Cascade is care free, vigorous, and nearly disease resistant. It prefers full sun.

It’s also known as a Moorcap rose.