Introduced in 1976, AARS winner in 1976. Buds are ovoid and pointed. Flowers are salmon with a lighter color reverse and very fragrant. 43 petal count.
Introduced in 1968, AARS winner in 1969. Buds are pointed opening to high centered, deep mauve-lavender flowers. Petals are wavy and edged in darker lavender. Heavy fragrance and vigorous, upright and bushy growth. 30 petal count.
Introduced in 1955. Flowers are bright red, double and fragrant. Growth is vigorous and bushy. Very hardy. 55 petal count.
Introduced in 1975, AARD winner in 1975. Flowers are golden bronze, high centered and very fragrant. Growth is vigorous, upright and bushy. 25-30 petal count.
Introduced in 1932. Flowers are semi-double, bright scarlet and cupped in shape. Flowers are slightly fragrant and will repeat bloom. Growth is very vigorous. 5-10 petal count.
Named in honor of the famed designer, this award-winning hybrid tea features blooms of an exceptionally clear true red coloring. Opening from shapely, long buds on elegant cuttings stems, the flowers display classic form and have a sweet, spicy perfume. Because they are heavily petaled, the flowers open best in warm climates, but they can also burn in hot direct sun. If possible give this rose some afternoon shade and it will reward you with wonderful bloom displays. Its growth is upright but contained, usually to 3-1/2 to 4-1/2 feet. It is nearly thornless and has clean, attractive foliage. Most…
Introduced in 1952, AARS winner in 1953. Flower buds are long and pointed opening into large, double, high centered and very fragrant blooms. Growth is vigorous but compact. 45-50 petal count.
Introduced in 1958. Flowers are velvety dark red, cupped and one of the more fragrant climbers out there. Reaches a height of 8-10 feet and has a 35 petal count. Repeat bloomer.
Double Delight Hybrid Tea blooms a creamy white center and strawberry red edges. Extremely fragrant spicy scent. AARS 1977, Gold Medal 1976, Hall of Fame WFRS 1985, Fragrance Medal ARS 1986. Blooms are 5-6" with a 35-45 petal count on 12-18" stems.
Introduced in 1963, AARS winner in 1968. Flowers are double, dark crimson and rosette shaped. Blooms in large, heavy clusters with a slight fragrance. Growth is vigorous. 25-30 petal count. Probably the most popular red floribunda in the U.S.
One of the highest rated show roses in history and an All-America Rose Selections winner for its garden merit. Exceptional deep rose pink, urn-shaped buds up to 3 inches in length. They open to breathtaking blossoms of deep rose pink to light red with a silvery pink reverse. Leathery foliage, long stems, and a light “old rose” fragrance are more of its charms. are long. Enjoy cut flowers that would command premium prices from a florist. Order this must-have rose your garden and enjoy one of the best there is.
Gold Glow beams bright yellow color with full blooms of 55-60 petals. A beautiful and fragrant rose that is easy to include in any landscape.
Introduced in 1956, AARS winner in 1957. Flowers are double, daffodil-yellow and very fragrant. Blooms are high centered to flat and borne singly and in clusters. Can be used as either pillar or climber. 27 petal count.
Introduced in 1965. Flower buds are ovoid and tinted with green. Flowers open pure white, high centered, fragrant, and fully double. Growth is vigorous. 48 petal count.
Enjoy the beautiful mix of colors with Joseph's Coat. From yellow to red to orange to pink! 3 inch blooms with a 25 petal count cover the glossy leathery foliage of this vigorous climber. Plant in well-drained humus enriched soil. Order now for show-stopping color all summer long!
Introduced in 1957. Buds are urn shaped. Flowers are cream tipped and flushed with crimson, suffused with yellow emitting a strong fragrance. Foliage is dark, leathery and glossy with vigorous and upright growth. 68 petal count.
Introduced in 1965, AARS winner in 1968. Buds are ovoid. Flowers are dark pink, cupped and very fragrant. Growth is vigorous and bushy. 55 petal count.
A classic hybrid tea with velvety deep red flowers. It has won more awards than any other red hybrid tea, including selection as an All-America rose. The flowers have perfect form, strong scent, and top long stems that are perfect for the vase. Deep green foliage on a tall-growing bush make it especially striking in the garden. We ship #1 Grade bareroot plants that will quickly green up and bloom in your garden. Order today.
Oklahoma is one of the most fragrant of the hybrid teas with a strong sweet smell, commonly used for rose oil and perfumes. The 5 inch blooms are full with a 30+ petal count atop dark green leathery foliage.
Olympiad has full blooms with a 35 petal count and a gorgeous stop sign red color! AARS winner in 1984 and Portland Gold Medal winner in 1989. Order now for show stopping color.
Warm golden color distinguishes this award-winning hybrid tea. Classic, fully double blooms are carried individually on strong stems up to 16 inches long – perfect for elegant indoor arrangements. Long-lasting in the garden as well as the vase, the color radiates from a statuesque plant liberally clothed in shiny dark green foliage which beautifully accentuates the stunning flowers. Long, pointed buds slowly swirl open into high-centered blooms of rich buttery yellow, and repeat the show throughout the season. Remarkably disease-resistant, this beauty will brighten any spot in your garden as an outstanding specimen planting. We ship premium bare-root plants in…
Paradise has mauve pink center with darker pink edges but can range in color to a deeper lavender pink. Full blooms at a 25-35 petal count with a strong scent. AARS 1979 & Portland Gold Medal 1979.
The Peace rose is one of the best known and loved roses. This is a hybrid tea climber growing 8-10 feet tall. Not only are the fragrant blooms beautiful with its golden yellow and pink edgings, it also has a fascinating history. Named the day Berlin fell to the Allies and on the day that peace was signed with Japan members of the newly formed United Nations were also presented with its blooms. Order now for this beautiful AARS winner.
Red Masterpiece is just as its name states. The large rich crimson blooms are continual all summer long with 30 count petals. Exceptionally fragrant!
Tiffany is a treasure for sure with full fragrant blossoms and a 25-30 petal count. Bushes are strong and fragrant.
Our melons grew across each other and we ant to be sure we have Ginger Pride correctly identified. Ours are heavily netted and huge. Dark green at the point (around 80 days from sprouting) Some of the photos of GP are round and less netted. We need help in identification.