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A proven hardy Shrub in many ways and the best seller of the red Canadian roses. But it doesn’t look good just in that locale. This mounded little cherry red rose holds its habit and floriferousness in all climates—a most uncommon feat amongst the Northern Shrubs. Loads of blooms make it great for mass plantings. Better red color in cooler temperatures.
Hope for Humanity
When it comes to winter hardy roses, there’s little choice with deeply-colored flowers. This hardy saturated red takes the cake for cold conditions. Big sprays of blooms give loads of color, set against deep green leaves. A vigorous & fitting choice to honor the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Red Cross. Hardy & red, red, red.
Nearly…nope, you’ll go hog wild when you see the spring bloom…because the flowers nearly smother the foliage. This proven cold-weather performer is great when it comes to floriferousness. Mass plantings give the best displays. Give it good air circulation for the maximum performance. Can blackspot when crowded. Best in cold climates.
Oranges N Lemons
Sweet ’n’ sour it ain’t—but your eyes might pucker a little when they behold this fantastic color. Stripes of pure yellow splashed onto bright orange will stop even the most finicky rose buyer in their tracks. Mahogany red new foliage shows up all year long, maturing to a very deep green. This vigorous bush has a fountainous habit that can be trained as a climber in milder climates. Comments: Fountainous growth. More blooms in cool weather. Available Budded & Own-root this year!
Outta the Blue
No picture can capture the sweet spicy scent or the full array of colors borne by this beauty. It’s outta this world when it comes to the display of many blue hues–rich magenta spiked with yellow, deep wine sparked with cream, warm lavender spilling to nearly blue. All on just one gorgeous green plant! Free-flowering & super vigorous, she bears big clusters of old-fashioned-formed flowers. Very hardy. Comments: Ever-changing colors for all climates.
Never been able to brag about rich fragrance, great hardiness and super disease resistance (especially black spot) in a Climber with this apricot gold color. But things do change. And the bragging list could go on to include strong vigor, great shiny green foliage and a free-flowering habit that starts from the very first year. Unbeatable. Blooms on new and old wood. Great performer in most climates. Best flower color in cooler weather.
Just imagine sizable Hybrid-Tea-shaped blossoms carried in huge clusters on a very showy Climber that reblooms readily in the very first season. Now add a color that gives ‘eye candy’ a whole new meaning with swirls of impetuous pink spun with creamy ivory yellow. Top it all off with some of the most glorious gorgeous glossy foliage in rosedom – lush, clean & apple-green. Vigorous, hardy & easy-to-grow. One of our very best hybrids.
Beloved old-timer. Large airy clusters of small pointed pastel buds and creamy pink blooms. Mostly a spring bloomer on old wood. Old fashioned. Established plants give more rebloom.
Best of the fragrant dark red Climbing roses. Large buds and shapely blossoms. Glossy dark green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood. Comments: Warm night temperatures give the best color. Proven performer.
Fourth of July
Award-winning. Abundant clusters of fragrant ruffled pure yellow flowers. Bright green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood. Cool temperatures give best color & size. Free flowering.
Very popular. Bounteous clusters with double flowers of ever-changing colorful hues. Glossy apple-green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood. Popular proven performer.
Hardy and vigorous. Large fragrant pale pink flowers. Glossy dark green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood. Proven performer. Hardy.
Unlike no other Climbing rose in color & style. Imagine a wine-purple version of Sally Holmes. Now you’re starting to get the picture. One of very few repeat blooming purple-toned Climbing roses available. The clusters of showy sweetly fragrant blossoms come on quickly, are very long-lived and hold that dramatic color to the very end. Repeat flowering readily in the very first season, this vigorous beauty sends out long canes covered with clean grey-green leaves. Gotta have it!
Yowzer…a whole new color in Climbers! Imagine Weeks’ famous Fourth of July rose in shades of purple. Although they’re distantly related, this kissin’ cousin blooms in even larger, more pyramid-shaped clusters of flowers & doesn’t have nearly the thorns. Set these splashy colors against bright Granny Smith-green foliage & you’ve got a killer combo for any fence, wall or trellis. Vigorous, clean & free-flowering…it repeat blooms readily in the very first year. More stripes show up in cooler weather.
Rich golden Hybrid Tea-shaped buds and blooms with lasting deep yellow color. Cutting length stems. Blooms on new and old wood. Best color & size when cooler.
Unlike any rose you’ve seen, Sally gives huge clusters that resemble Hydrangea heads—filled with buff- colored buds that open to white single flowers. Despite their frail appearance, the blooms last well even in heat. Vigorous, disease resistant and very free flowering. Blooms on new wood. Good in most temperatures. Deeper bud color when cool.
My love is like a red, red rose…and there ain’t no redder red than this lovely little Climber. Clusters of double blossoms are the same clear velvet red from bud to finish. The look of love is complimented by very dark green clean leaves. Blooms & repeat blooms in the very first year on new & old wood. Ideal for low fences, balcony accents or a decorative trellis in a showy pot. Hardy & red, red, red. Very disease resistant. Only Available Own-Root.
For years, Westerland has been passed lovingly from one rose-lover to the next, earning its place in rosedom. Her reputation is based on terrific fragrance, glossy green highly disease-resistant foliage, great natural hardiness, large sprays of brightly colored blossoms and super vigor. Blooms and reblooms freely in the first season on both new and old wood. Can get very large in mild climates.
Loads of ruffled lavender blossoms permeate the air with the strong perfume of sweet citrus flowers. A perennial favorite because of the low bushy habit, the nearly continual production of blooms, the unusual color, and the sweet fragrance. Established plants give the most bloom.
No, you’re not hallucinating…a rose that truly resists black spot is no longer just a pipe dream. This pretty-in-pink hybrid battles the dreaded fungus with amazing ease, keeping its medium green leaves all season long—from the top to the bottom of its bushy plant. Modern shapely buds open to fully double old-fashioned flowers. Thrives best in hot humid summers. Requires hot nights. Black spot free. Only Available Own-Root.
An amazing array of colors. Buds of pure yellow swirl open to reveal blushes of bright orange. As the flower ages, tones of deep red appear for the grand finalé. Deep green leaves and dark red new growth provide the perfect backdrop for the clusters of flashy flowers. Showy but well-behaved, this clean little blooming machine will add sparkle to any spot in the landscape.
The dawning of a new generation in Floribundas, it is bushy, flowerful, shrubby & showy–all at once. Armloads of peach-y pastel-y buds & blossoms pose atop a near-perfect plant. So fully branched & loaded with clean glossy green leaves, she’s a rose bush whose beauty can beat any landscape contender. Consistent performer in all climates.
Wow…certainly THE MOST unusually colored rose from the late Dr. Griffith Buck…and it’s fragrant, too. Very hardy, this rose survives winter under Iowa test conditions…so you can count on it to be present every spring with a show of flowers. Vigorous and beautifully balanced with lots of clusters…more like a Floribunda.
Drop Dead Red™
So velvety…soo intense….just jaw-droppingly delicious red…especially against the highly glossed deep green leaves that mirror all the eye-popping action. This killer color is truly a stop ‘em dead in their tracks kinda red that’s certain to lure you to linger. And it’s that red to the very finish of the flower…making this bushy shiny showy plant a natural for the landscape.
Another international favorite, this superb rose has established the high benchmarks that no other red Floribunda has approached. It bears extraordinary clusters of seductive dark red double blossoms. The abundance of blooms can often overshadow the deep green foliage and bronzy new growth. Proven performer, does best in heat.
It just takes one bloom to open for the dazzling orange tones of the tough ruffled flowers to snap your eyes to attention. The rounded bushy plant flowers readily. Dark green foliage. Brightest color in cool conditions.
Just before our wonderful American icon left us, she selected this exceptional rose to bear her name. Julia loved the even butter gold color & the licorice candy fragrance. Yet it wasn’t just the old-fashioned blooms that inspired the recipe. The perfectly rounded habit, super glossy leaves & great disease resistance finish off the dish. An awesome AARS award winner—a right & proper honor for a dear friend. Consistent, hardy & floriferous in all climates. Very disease resistant.
Jump for Joy™
Lusciously lovely, delectable peachy-pink color sets apart this sister seedling of Sparkle & Shine. They may have their differences (peach pink vs. deep yellow). But, like most sisters, they share some likenesses, too. Both are distinctive because of their large showy clusters, long-lived flowers with lovely color, round bushy super-flowerful habit, loads of glossy green leaves & consistent dark red new growth. Buy ’em both & let these sisters battle it out for who’s the best in your garden.
Ketchup & Mustard™
Certain to become a condimental favorite…slap a layer of the brightest red onto a backside of darkest yellow & set it atop the greeniest glossiest leaves. The combo makes your eyes blink in disbelief. Better yet, the flowers hold on to their attention-getting tones to the very end…dropping from the well-behaved rounded plant just in time to welcome the next round of abundant bloom. Tidy enough to tuck into a landscape, lend an accent to a container or top a rose tree. No buns or weenies required. Best flower size in cooler conditions. Bold & beautiful!
Lavaglut, German for lava flow, is not an easy name…but ‘tis a great rose. Large glowing clusters of deep velvety red seem to continually ‘erupt’ from a blanket of glossy green leaves, creating a display that will warm your heart. This import from the Kordes family bears very long-lived ruffled flowers atop a well-behaved upright plant. Proven consistent performer.
All you have to do is just stick it in the ground, give it a little water, kick back and watch it grow. The foliage is so glossy green and free from black spot that the bush looks great even without flowers. But you won’t have much of an opportunity to see just leaves ‘cause it blooms up a storm. Scrumptious flowers of showy apricot orange will light up your landscape. Very consistent in all climates. Great in the landscape or in mass plantings.
Big, big beautiful blooms can nearly cover this sultry siren. Her profusion of pulchritude is only matched by the surprising duration of her display. Those lovely lavender old-fashioned flowers just seem to last and last…without turning a lurid gray. Underneath all that beauteousness is a bushy rounded plant clothed with great rich green leaves, but, you may have to dig to find ‘em. Go ahead…bury your face in those beautiful clusters and burst into song. It’ll be love at first sight. We all know how it feels to fall in love.
For a lot of people, there’s just no other color that says ‘rose’ than velvety red. This is the red that Americans love…deep enough, velvety enough, bright enough, long-lasting enough…it’s just right. Better yet, that color comes in great clusters of ruffled flowers showing off against the backdrop of glossy dark red-green leaves with very good disease resistance. The bushy full plant could be used as a flowerful hedge, a showy mass planting or just by itself…a red beacon for the American garden.
Few single-petalled roses can steal a lonely heart like this Scottish import. His raucous colors of orange and scarlet with a yellow ‘eye’ come in bountiful clusters on the easy-to-grow bush. The foliage is so glossy green that you have to feel it to believe it. Sweet apple fragrance. Comments: Consistent performer. Size increases in cool conditions.
You might think stripes are a new-fangled thing. But it’s the old rose heritage that brings the genetic striping to this spicy scented new-comer. Each petal is as unique as a snowflake—some more burgundy-splashed-white, some more cream-swirled-red—all on the same vigorous plant. The old-fashioned form & fragrance may remind you of its stingy blooming ancestors. Yet the nearly continuous number of blossoms lets you know there’s modern kinfolk in there, too. Distinctive clean quilted foliage. Best color & size in moderate temps. Perfect for potpourri.
heila is the hybridizer’s wife. She must be a lovely lady (and smell mighty nice, too) to equal this gorgeous rose imported from England. Despite the Floribunda classification, her flowers of yellow brushed by deep pink are more like a Hybrid Tea in size and form. And, yes, each blossom is saturated with wonderful fragrance. The vigorous rounded bush is loaded with glossy green leaves. Best flower color & size when cool.
There’s no rose that’s any yellowier…and no foliage that’s any greenier. The combo makes your eyes blink & your head spin in disbelief. Better yet, the flowers hold on to their searing yellow tones to the very end, dropping away from the well-behaved plant just in time to welcome the next round of bloom. Tidy enough to tuck into a landscape, lend an accent to a container or top a rose tree. Loads of bright, super-glossy apple green leaves mirror the blazing blossoms. Consistent in all climates.
Sparkle & Shine™
Amongst the world’s top ten roses, this is the only yellow…and for good reason. Sunsprite has deep lasting yellow color, super sweet fragrance, lots of glossy deep green leaves, an attractive bushy plant and good disease resistance. Not a bad combination! There always seems to be some color on this great rose. Happiest in cooler temperatures.
If you’re looking for a bright red landscape addition, let this low-care rose-musician blow his horn. His brilliant scarlet colors of the long-lasting ruffled blossoms blare out against the disease-resistant glossy green foliage. Naturally compact and bushy, put him in the front row of your garden. Great in mass plantings. Good landscape performer. Likes a little heat. Hardy.
An avid rose lover, Barbra was very choosy when it came to picking a rose that would bear her name. It had to have large flowers with an attractive color. But most of all, it must be fragrant! The Barbra Streisand rose certainly fulfills those desires. Just one big shapely blossom can nearly overpower you with strong sweet scent. The clean lavender colors show off strikingly against deep glossy green leaves. Her vigorous plant bears loads of long-stemmed beauties. Great for cutting or just for smellin’. Flower color & size do best in milder temps.
Although disguised under the guise of ‘blue’, the clear clean lavender tones and large blooms produced by this vigorous plant makes her a breakthrough in the older lavender roses. Best form & size in cool weather.
Super-long elegant pastel pink buds on long low-thorned stems would make a dreamy bouquet for any bride. And Bride’s Dream will produce enough blossoms to supply many a bride’s fantasies . . . or even please those who aren’t dreaming about matrimony. Although similar to its parent in color, this variety is a vast improvement in vigor, productivity & disease resistance. Medium green foliage. Flowers may sulk some with sudden temperature changes.
In roses, if you start with something good (like a 2007 AARS winner), you can sport (mutate) to a different color that’s just as good or sometimes better. This sport of Strike It Rich has all the same great plant qualities (same vigorous bushy plant that flowers like a weed and smells up a storm) of the original parent but just comes in a different color – a clear long-lasting even glowing yellow. A true Grandiflora, the very dark green leaves & red stems set off the many showy clusters of blossoms. Scent-sational for a bouquet & beauty-full in the landscape
No, not a subtle color. In fact, it’s a ‘grand slam’ as far as most eyeballs are concerned. Some might call it orange-yellow, others yellow-orange — but the scarlet blush ‘served’ at the finish of the flower is ‘game point’. The match’ is completed by a well-behaved clean plant for these showy well-formed blossoms. Deep red new foliage and large green leaves put on the final ‘top-spin’. You’ll ‘love’ it. Better size in cool weather. Consistent color.
The most popular new variety of the last 30 years. Double Delight fulfills the two highest demands of a rose—an eye-catching color combo and fantastic nose-pleasing fragrance. The prolific bush provides lots of creamy pointed buds that blush red with the rays of the sun. Deep green leaves. Best color/flower size in warm days & coolnights.
Edith’s Darling, the new addition to the popular series of roses inspired by Downton Abbey characters, is a fitting tribute to Lady Edith and her beloved daughter Marigold. The joy Edith finds in her daughter is what you will feel when you’re growing this true old-fashioned soft apricot-gold gem of a flower. Although diminutive in size, with a short, compact & bushy habit, rest assured that Edith’s Darling is perfect to fill a border or confined spot in the landscape with a great flowering show of full-sized blooms with long lasting coloration. This darling of a rose exudes a strong fresh cut apple and fruity perfume that evokes Edith’s unconditional motherly love. Now use your clippers to bring some blooms into the house to create a warm and fragrant ambiance around the dining table!
An international award winner, Electron lights up many gardens with its shocking hot pink tones, sweet rosy perfume, opulent elegant form & glossily polished dark green leaves. The plant is fully branched & attractively foliaged, making a handsome setting for the large blooms. Likes moderate temperatures.
A big super-fragrant long-stemmed rich-red Hybrid Tea is the epitome of the classic rose in many people’s minds. That’s why there could be no better choice for the first sponsorship rose of the ‘Remember Me’ garden fund. Each plant sold will contribute toward the fund’s effort to honor the victims of 9-11. You’ll love the vigorous bushy plant that provides armloads of buxom blossoms. Lots of clean green leaves keep it looking good in the garden, too. Cooler temps give the best red color.
It’s hard to find words to describe the heady delicious perfume that effuses from this captivating well-formed coral-orange—sometimes clove, often spicy, definitely sweet and mostly rose. Lots of large shapely blooms are produced on a vigorous bushy plant with dark glossy green foliage. Deepest color in cool conditions.
Imagine the rose Paradise with more blue, mysterious smoking and marvelous fragrance. Then dream on about a vigorous tall plant that produces armloads of very long elegant buds atop premium-length cutting stems. Now picture this plum pretty plum-colored Grandiflora with lush deep green foliage at home in your garden. Color brightens with some heat. Best form when cool.
The prediction for the ‘twin’ sign of the zodiac is an award winning Hybrid Tea with ‘dual’ colors of rich cream blushing to deep coral. No, there’s not ‘two’ blooms per stem…sometimes more…but usually one. Yet the big scrumptious buds spiral open to reveal large ‘double’ blossoms of complimentary tones. You won’t have to look ‘twice’ to see this attractive plant is matched’ with long cutting stems ‘paired’ with deep green leaves. Comments: Best size & form in moderate temps.
Here’s a yellow that stands in defiance against the climatic throes of Mother Nature. The very vigorous plant gives a nearly constant supply of shapely dark gold buds brushed with orange and deep golden yellow flowers rich with fruity fragrance. The long stems are low-thorned and clothed with large very resistant deep green foliage. Deeper color in moderate climates.
Good as Gold
Some might say “orange”, some “gold”, some “amber” or maybe it is even double-dipped “yellow”. However your eyeballs perceive it, we can guarantee it is bold & beautiful, especially with the kiss of red on the finish. This handsome bushy bouquet machine will fill your garden with loads of long-stemmed lovelies clothed with a clean gown of rich green. Certainly not for the faint of heart…nor for the lovers of pastels, she’ll make a big bold statement in the landscape. An attention grabber…deluxe!
Everything old is new again…or is it the other way around? Here’s a clean mean flowering machine whose big bountiful beauties reek with old rose romance, style & fragrance. Each lovely blossom invites you to bury your nose…to swoon from the perfume of the ‘old time’ roses of your dreams. A big vigorous ‘shrubby’ bush whose nodding clusters, abundant deep-green leaves & low-thorned cutting stems provide a perfect touch to a landscape or bouquet. A modern antique for all climates.
Magenta buds spiral open to varying tones of lilac & lavender. A wonderful cutting rose, Heirloom’s sturdy stems bear flowers both singly and in clusters, clothed with glossy dark green leaves. Yet, it’s that fragrance that has kept her in high regard. It’s an allusive scent of apple, wine & ripe raspberries. Best flower size & most intense color in cool conditions.
Immensely popular, Henry Fonda boasts distinctly deep yellow blossoms surrounded by deep green and clean foliage. This rose shows remarkable vigor and disease resistance all season.
Huge well-formed clear white blooms are carried on this tall vigorous plant. The large dark green leaves and bronzy-red new growth are very disease resistant. Honor will yield lots of long stems suitable for cutting. Happiest on the Pacific Coast.
John F. Kennedy
Cherished mostly as a tribute to the popular President, the slow-opening fragrant flowers of rich white start off with an unusual greenish cast in the bud stage. The extra full petalage stands up well to hot weather. Beloved by many. Needs warm night temps to open best.
Just scrumptious or just wonderful or just apricot is understandable—but Just Joey? Nevertheless, the big brandy-colored buds, the large ruffled apricot flowers steeped with fruity fragrance, and the huge glossy green leaves have intoxicated many a rose lover. An immigrant from England, the bushy vigorous plant takes well to our shores. Deepest color in moderate consistent temperatures.
It’s been a while since a heavenly fragrant red HT has come ’round. Lasting Love is not the bright red of Olympiad, but the powerful perfume will give Mister Lincoln a run for his money. Big showy blooms of blended dusky red and dark pink glimmer against foliage so gloriously glossy it almost looks artificial. Burgundy red new growth makes a most handsome plant for all to enjoy. More red in milder temperatures.
MONSTROUS buds & HUMUNGOUS blossoms of rich ruby red hold their durable brilliance from beginning to end. IMMENSE petals (just one can cover a child’s palm) lend a classical Hybrid Tea bud shape, slowly spiraling open to a ruffled whopper of a show-stopper. LARGE lettuce-like leaves of an unusual reddened green color gracefully enrobe the long cutting stems – in perfect proportion to the flower. Who needs a bouquet??? It only takes one PRODIGIOUS posy to fill a vase. Most massive in the spring.
Let Freedom Ring
Many think the pinnacle of rosedom is a long stemmed red Hybrid Tea with scrumptious big buds. But ponder the thought a little farther to include impeccable flower form & great vase life. Now you’re getting the idea of Let Freedom Ring. This striking trophy-stealer was lovingly created by WWII veteran & amateur hybridizer, Ernest Earman of Virginia. More red in cool conditions. Fantastic year-round form.
There are two sides to every story. This Love story has one side that’s fiery hot red and another side that’s cool clear white. You’ll love Love in your garden for its two-toned buds, shapely blooms and super-productive plant clothed with very dark green resistant foliage and reddened new growth. Consistent color. Size can shrink in heat.
BIG voluptuous red roses come to most people’s mind when they think of a rose. Now if you put that atop a long stem and bless the blossom with a sweet perfume, you’re getting the drift as to why this older German hybrid is still around. Add shapely pointed buds, glossy green leaves and super vigor, now you’re getting the full picture. A proven performer. Can make a very big plant in mild climates.
It’s not just gentlemen that prefer blondes, everyone will love this shapely Hybrid Tea named to honor an American legend. The extraordinarily feminine creamy apricot color holds through from the long pointed buds to the big buxom open blooms. A gown of deep green leaves graces the cutting length stems. Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but the super vase life and perfect flower form on this gem-of-a-rose will demand the devotion of every exhibitor. Some like it hot! The best apricot for hot weather.
WOWable yellow color—just one dazzling flower can draw a crowd and tempt the most finicky non-rosarian. Even though the petalage isn’t heavy, the large flowers are resilient to all types of weather—and hold that neon yellow color to the very sweet end. Glossy dark green foliage. Always a great color. Best size & petalage when cool.
Miss All American Beauty
There she is . . . Miss All-American Beauty! Bert would be proud of this popular contest winner who performs so consistently fine in all climates. Her gown of brilliant cerise pink enhances her full curvaceous figure. Her attractive bushy plant carries large long-lasting blossoms filled with sweet rose perfume and set against huge leathery leaves. Consistent color. Likes warm weather.
A historic American milestone in red roses that’s still hard to beat. The large pointed buds and rich red well-formed blooms have a velvety quality that you must feel to believe. The powerful damask rose fragrance seduces even the hardest heart. Vigorous, tall and proud with long stems & dark green leaves. Likes consistent warm days & cool nights.
Some fragrances bring forth memories of people andplaces. But who could know that New Zealand smells this great. It’s got a soft warm pink color—but OOOH what a fragrance! Sure there’s deep green glossy foliage on long stems—but AAHH what a fragrance!! And there’s good disease resistance, too—but WOW what a fragrance!!! From the very talented hands of Sam McGredy. Likes consistent temperatures. Best size when cool.
A tall drink of a Grandiflora whose intoxicating blend of autumn colors capture the spirit of the fall festival year ‘round. Gorgeous glossy green leaves and dark red new shoots join the celebration of ever-changing yellows, oranges and reds. Elegant pointed buds and large flowers arrive in lovely clusters for an instant bouquet. Add to all this its wonderful fragrance and you’ll raise your glass to say, “Prosit!”. Colors brighten in cool weather.
You might not expect the Sooner sister of Mister Lincoln to have such a dusky dark red color. But yes, she does have the same delicious scent. This most known of the black-reds produces big buds and graceful flowers on a bushy plant beset with large leaves. Darkest color & best performance with some heat.
A finely toned athlete, this reddest-of-red roses will continue to win medals for many years to come. The bright true-red color shows through from the pointed-bud stage to the final moments of the very long-lasting well-formed flowers. Each large bloom is held on long stout stems produced by the very vigorous upright plant. Distinctive grey-green foliage. Proven consistent color. Best size when cool.
Whether it’s named for the metal or the beautiful State is hard to say. But, no matter what, the lasting deep yellow color of the big pointed buds and large finely-formed flowers is certainly a beauty to behold. The glossy polished dark green leaves make the blooms sparkle all the more. Comments: Cool conditions improve color & size.
Over the Moon
Can you conjure up a newly retooled version of the beloved Just Joey? Now you’ve got a little feel for the opulent warm beauty of this resplendent new Hybrid Tea. Reminiscent of a monstrous silk rose on a lady’s hat, big voluptuous deep-apricot buds spiral open to slightly-softened caramel-sugar tones that glow like a beacon against the lush green leaves. The rounded, bushy & vigorous plant allows it to be placed in the landscape where it can easily show off its luxurious lusciousness. Does best with establishment.
When the whole world was looking hopefully to the future, along came the rose to set standards for all other roses for the remainder of this century. Even non-rosarians know Peace by its huge opulent blossoms, its delicious blend of colors, its very large glossy green foliage, and its easy-to-grow plant. Best color & performance East of the Rockies.
Big buds of svelte shape promise perfection as they slowly unfurl their flashy colors. Large yellow flowers broadly edged with bright red are held on strong stems. The compact bushy plant provides a moment of wonder when you see the abundance of large flamboyantly tinted blooms. Large dark green leaves of good disease resistance. Moderate temperatures give the brightest color.
This derivative of Peace had great aspirations to match the fame of its parent. It never quite made it that far, but it’s certainly a splendid pink rose. The rounded vigorous bush produces large shapely lustrous clear pink flowers with a sweet fragrance and deep green foliage. Performance improves with warmer temperatures.
Pope John Paul II
Among the finest, most fragrant white roses of all time, this exceptional Hybrid Tea has received top ratings for vigorous growth, bushy full habit, disease resistance, abundance of flower & perfect flower form. The Pope John Paul II rose produces large & luminous pure white blossoms with a delightful, fresh citrus fragrance. The lavishly petaled flowers shine against the abundance of dark green foliage. Larger flower size in the cool spring.
You would be hard pressed to find any better rose to carry the name of England’s beloved monarch than this American turning-point in roses. This first and finest Grandiflora adorns gardens all over the world with a profusion of pleasing pink buds and large blooms on long-stemmed clusters. Proven consistent performer. Lots of color.
This stunning deep yellow garden rose exudes a strong, citrus perfume that will stop you in your tracks. It is a looker in the landscape, boasting graceful form and a richly golden color. Great for cut flowers, too.
Rock & Roll™
Big creamy buds set the ‘beat’ for what’s to become a rockin’ show of colors. Each petal unfurls to reveal a different pattern of striped & splashed burgundy, red & ivory. It’s not just a video for your eyes though. This is a live performance that involves your nose ‘cause the fragrance is killer. Deep green leaves set the stage & clothe the bushy full plant. Great for cutting, for smelling or just for enjoying. Rock on! Flower size best in the cool spring/fall.
The warm colors so reminiscent of the craggy red bluffs and high desert sunsets in the American Southwest inspired the name for this unique rose. Pointed, sculptured buds spiral open revealing layers of colors – reds, corals, and orange tones—to stunning 5-inch blossoms.
This ‘everyday’ version of Sterling Silver is much easier-to-care-for, much easier-to-grow and has much longer-lasting flowers. Yet it still possesses the wonderful perfume and the mysterious pastel color that places its far-removed ancestor in rose history. The trophy-hunters will go for the classic show form and the nice long stems. Deep green large leaves clothe the tall vigorous plant. Flower size & color are best with some cooler temperatures.
A new-fashioned rose with old-fashioned appeal. Surrender your senses to the lavish old-rose perfume saturating each large glistening clear pink flower. The big pointed buds open to irresistible very double blossoms similar to Grandma’s beloved cabbage roses. The attractive vigorous bush robes itself with dark green foliage. Long stems. Warm temperatures improve color & performance.
The fine family of American artisans couldn’t have chosen a more exquisite rose to carry their name. Its pure pink colors glow with the yellow ‘light’ in the heart of the large well-formed flowers. Super-sweet fragrance and dark green foliage adorns each jewel of a bloom. Good performer. Best color with some heat.
Touch of Class
Her large luminous blossoms are the epitome of rose form—slowly spiraling open, yet stubbornly retaining the pin-point center. The indescribable blending of orange, pink and cream in the pointed buds finish a warm coral. Her vigorous plant gives lots of long stems complimented by deep green leaves and mahogany new growth. Consistent form. Best color in moderate temperatures.
Tropicana carries a terrific reputation that still flourishes worldwide. Large shapely blossoms illuminate the garden with warm colors and fruity fragrance. Big pointed buds are borne on long stems clothed with glossy green foliage. Best performance East of the Rockies.
The epitome of the ultimate red Hybrid Tea, Veterans’ Honor is a fitting tribute to the men and women who’ve served our country over the years. Big shapely buds unfurl perfectly into huge blossoms of impeccable form and stunning red color. All this beauty comes atop extra long cutting stems, perfect for picking up a few blue ribbons or making a grand bouquet just for you. Best flower size in the cool of spring.
You won’t believe the profusion of small fat buds and fragrant crisp white blooms that pop open in large cascading clusters on this vigorous plant. The overly abundant bloom, the rounded bushy habit, and the very disease-resistant dark green leaves are perfect for the landscape. Proven consistent performer. Lots of bloom. Clean & hardy.
When will you be mine? Easy enough – when you fall in love with this rounded green mound-of-a-plant covered with perfectly pointed cheery cherry-red buds. Big clusters of fully double flowers hold their ruby ruby color to the very very finish. Lots of glossy glossy leaves. Consistent in all climates.
All the good, rugged features of the Rugosa species are combined with big shapely buds and richly-colored fragrant flowers in this old favorite. Great for barrier plantings in cold climates. Red hips in fall. Hardy. Avoid chemical sprays. Disease free.
A ‘new’ rose named to honor the late great friend of the rose from Denver. New because of its large clusters of flowers with strong red color. Old because of its Rugosa heritage—naturally hardy with quilted grey-green foliage. Very good repeat bloom. Give her room to show off. Loves heat best.
The double pure yellow cousin of Austrian Copper is highly prized for many of the same qualities. The very cold-tolerant shrubby plant gives an unbelievable display of eye-popping yellow color. The double flower form was quite a rare treasure in its day. Hardy. Best in harsher climates. Only Available Budded.
Named for the hybridizer’s daughter (prounounced boo-nAY). As is common with the Rugosa species, her shrubby plant is very hardy and covered with quilted grey-blue-green leaves of unsurpassed disease resistance. Her long lilac pink buds open to large lovely scented blossoms. Hardy. Avoid chemical sprays. Disease resistant. Only Available Own-Root.