The popular Downton Abbey character Lady Violet, the Dowager Countess of Grantham, is a fierce woman who always cares for and protects her family. Inspired by the iconic shades of Lady Violet’s lavender dresses, the rose Violet’s Pride is even more exquisite with a magenta-colored heart on the inner petals.
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.
Take it Easy, relax and enjoy life! You won’t have much work to do in the garden after planting this new rose for which NATURAL DISEASE resistance is a true statement. The dark green, shiny & healthy foliage is the perfect background to showcase the many clustering buds and flowers.
Enormous round petals always translate to BIG blossoms with lovely flower form. In the case of Sunstruck, each large petal is an artistic masterpiece of deep yellow gold blushed & bordered with apricot orange.
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.
Like a beacon in a sea of green, there’s nothing that lights up the garden better than a touch of soft luminous yellow. Summer Love will win your heart with its big voluptuous full flowers of gentle lasting yellow – sometimes tinged with just a touch of pink.
White roses exude elegance…but not much in the way of fragrance…until now! In this case, ‘exude’ is too delicate a word ‘cause this honey will bulldoze you down with its powerful cold-cream perfume.
Spicy fragrance, loads of bloom & super-long elegant buds of gold polished with rosy pink. The long-lasting sparkling yellow-orange tones are rich & opulent enough to bring out the gold digger in any gardener.
Ever so often, it’s time to update a classic. Think of the winning rose Sun Flare…on steroids. Now you’re getting the idea. Like its distant ancestor, this is a bloomin’ fool of a rose with great clusters of flowers on a rounded bushy plant.
This rose is the proof of the old adage ‘there’s no smoke without fire’. You can clearly see the smoky purple overlay on the fiery orange petals of Smokin’ Hot. Quite unique! Bring the fire indoors with an attractive bouquet of these novel flowers produced singly on long stems.
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.
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.
The talent of Jack Christensen really shows through in this extremely novel beauty. Not just every flower, but every petal is a varying masterpiece of amazing purple, lavender & white stripes, streaks, flecks, dots & dashes. Plus there’s a powerful perfume of citrus blossom & rose. She’s a little fussy to grow as roses go. But each blossom will convince you to keep up the effort. Best flower size & purple color in cooler conditions.
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.
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.
Every rose lady should smell so sweet. This siren can lure you into a hypnotic trance with her heady damask rose perfume and lurid costume of hot pink. She has big shapely buds and blooms borne on long strong stems. The vigorous upright plant is attractively robed with large dark green leaves. Established plant gives more bloom.
Here’s a heavenly honey of a hard-to-come-by hue in climbing roses…pure pastel pink. Just like its ‘Mom’, America, she’s got big gorgeous well-formed flowers saturated with sweet spicy perfume. Same growth habit, too. But the difference is the angelic soft pink color. Blooms on new and old wood. Free-flowering. A little late to bloom in spring.
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.
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.
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.
All the world loves a red, red rose…and the debut of Opening Night is certain to be a glittering success since it’s the reddest of red when it comes to roses. Each showy shapely blossom comes solo on top of long strong stems clothed with a dark green gown of foliage.
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.
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.