Wabara Roses


With her wavy cerise petals, Tsukiyomi is a rose that possesses a great deal of wow factor. Her cupped buds open into medium-large frilly rosettes that exude romance. You wouldn’t be the first to mistake her for a peony, making Tsukiyomi a perfectly suitable substitute for when peonies are out of season. She looks great in any colorful bouquet and arrangement and is a pleasure to work with.


  • Shape: Peony
  • Color: Cerise
  • Scent:
  • Fragrance: Rose
  • Petal Count: 90
  • Diameter: 10-12 cm
  • Vase Life: 8-10 days
  • Best use after: 5-6 days
  • Availability: Yearround
  • Minimum order: 12
  • Breeder: Wabara
  • Plant name:
  • Origin: Japan
  • Grower: Alexandra Farms, Uhuru Flowers

Wabara ROSES

The rose Tsukiyomi is bred by Wabara. And the name Wabara comes from the Japanese words 'Wa,' which translates into English as 'Harmony,' and 'Bara,' which means 'rose.'