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.
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.
An explosion of eye-popping color for the landscape is just the beginning of the festivities ahead from this fragrant Climber. You’ll get a bang out of the big sprays of large long-lasting blossoms. And the fireworks just seem to keep coming because it blooms and reblooms readily in the very first season. Sparkling green foliage, superb vigor and good hardiness complete the spectacle. The first Climber to take the coveted AARS award in 23 years. Consistent color & vigor in most climates. Free flowering.
The top exhibition rose in the U.S. for a decade, First Prize lived up to its name by setting the standard for high-centered classical form. Its huge pointed buds spiral open like a fine ballerina in a costume of shimmering pinks. The large flowers are carried on stout long stems with tough leaves. Established plants give best bloom in the spring.
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.
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.
We were wondering how we could improve the award-winning Easy-To-Love® collection – the best true rose collection containing fully petaled varieties with very good disease resistance. Well, it’s quite simple! We’ve added a missing color to the collection with the pink flowering variety Easy To Please.
If you thought life was good when we brought you Livin’ Easy, you’ll need to buy an extra hammock to deal with Easy Going. It’s just like ‘Mom’ in every way except color…same glossy foliage, same great flower power, same bushy habit, same great disease resistance.
Deeeee…lectable colors of mango orange, peach pink & ripe apricot bounce off the mirrored glossy green leaves, providing a flamboyant fruit salad for the landscape. Her free-flowing swirling shades of sunset show up in fragrant large colorful clusters atop a rounded bushy plant.
Inspired by big screen and singing legend, 'America's Sweetheart' Doris Day, this lovely yellow-colored rose beautifully personifies this joyful, charming and amazingly talented icon. When Doris sang “Que Sera Sera”, she did not know that ‘Whatever Will Be’ in her future included a unique Doris Day rose.
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.
Big pointed buds swirl open to show off seductive shades of peach & coral & salmon. But the color show doesn’t stop there. The sun starts to ‘tan’ each petal, turning them into deeper tones of orange, scarlet & burgundy.
Here’s a honey that puts a whole new spin on ‘flower power’. The clusters of blooms just never stop poppin’ open on this powerfully flowerful Floribunda. Mysteriously colored & deliriously novel…it’s an indescribable blending of smoked lavender and rusty red-orange.
A landmark rose that still hypnotizes people with a powerful rich rose fragrance and velvety red petals. The large full shapely flowers are proudly held atop straight stems clothed with dark matte-green leaves. Vigorous and at its happiest in hot temperatures. Best in warm temperatures.
Each little medium red pompom-like flower is produced in big clusters on a perfectly even rounded plant. The shorter compact habit makes this selection ideal for a smaller spot in the landscape or as a focal point in a decorative pot on a balcony or patio. If this describes what you’re looking for in the garden, don’t look any further as Children’s Hope has shown excellent performance in most climates of the country with very good disease resistance.
First discovered in the Windy City, this brighter and deeper-toned mutation of the famous Peace rose has a fine reputation that follows in the footsteps of its parent. It possesses the same large opulent flowers, the same big quilted glossy apple-green leaves, and the same handsome bushy plant. Best color east of the Rockies.
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 low-care rose for the landscape—it’s the first shrub to win the AARS award. It has several good qualities: vigorous, easy to grow, bushy and full of very disease-resistant foliage, hardy in harsh climates. Provides clusters of ruffled pink blooms with a sweet scent of fresh-cut apples. Proven performer. Hardy, clean & showy.
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.
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.
Large clusters of ruffled red blossoms make a great display against the abundance of medium green leaves. Hardy & vigorous with good disease resistance. Flowers in the first season and repeat flowers readily. Almost old-fashioned in its flower style but very modern in its flower productivity and plant characteristics.