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Arrillaga roses Arrillaga

From 1929 Arrillaga has a strong fragrance from this large, full bloom of some 5 inches. It first opens with a very high center.

ClassHybrid Perpetual
ColorPink Blend
RebloomSpring, occasional repeat
FragranceStrong
Zone6

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Baronne Prevost roses Baronne Prevost

From 1841, with a strong damask fragrance one will truly appreciate the large flat blooms (5-6") on this variety. A favorite Hybrid perpetual of many, very hardy.

ClassHybrid Perpetual
ColorMedium Pink
RebloomSpring Scattered later bloom
FragranceStrong, Damask
Zone
4

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Dreaming Spires roses Dreaming Spires

From the UK in 1973 can be trained vertically or horizontally, lovely deep yellow blooms.

ClassLarge Flowered Climber
ColorDeep Yellow
RebloomSpring occasional repeat
Zone6b
FragranceStrong

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Gipsy Boy roses Gipsy Boy

Gipsy Boy was bred in 1909 in Austria-Hungary and introduced in Germany. The bloom is classified as a dark red, yet blooms violet in the proper conditions.

ClassBourbon
ColorDark Red
RebloomOnce blooming
FragranceLight
Zone
3b

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Goldbusch roses Goldbusch

Goldbusch was a German introduction in 1954 by Reimer Kordes. It opens as a medium yellow, fading to a soft yellow and then a very soft pink, highly fragrant.

ClassShrub
ColorMedium Yellow
RebloomSpring occasional repeat
Zone6b
FragranceStrong

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Le Pactole roses Le Pactole

Bred and introduced in France prior to 1837, this rose blooms in clusters and is very prolific in the spring or summer flush.

ClassTea
ColorLight Yellow
RebloomSpring or summer w/ scattered repeat
Zone7b
FragranceLight

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Lijiang Rose roses Lijiang Rose

An introduction in Italy in 1995, this variety was from the Lijiang Road in China where it grows in the wild.

ClassHybrid Gigantea
ColorMedium Pink
Rebloom
Spring or summer flush with alter blooms
Zone7b
FragranceMedium

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Rose du Roi roses Rose du Roi

Rose du Roi was bred in France in 1812 and introduced in 1819. it has a strong Damask fragrance.

ClassPortland
ColorMedium Red
RebloomSpring Occasional Repeat
FragranceStrong
Zone4b

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Salet roses Salet

Salet was introduced in 1854 and is from France. She has a mild sweet fragrance. Repeat varies with the area. Some get a good Spring and Fall bloom with occasional repeat in between. At the start of the present century this plant won Dowager Queen at more than a dozen rose shows.

ClassMoss
ColorMedium Pink
RebloomSpring/Fall
FragranceMedium
Zone5b

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Sidonie roses Sidonie

A French variety from 1847 with the synonym Sydonie, a medium damask fragrance.

ClassHybrid Perpetual
ColorMedium Pink
RebloomSpring with later rebloom
FragranceMedium
Zone4b

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Sir Thomas Lipton roses Sir Thomas Lipton

Dating from 1900, Sir Thomas Lipton is a shade tolerant Hybrid Rugosa.

ClassHybrid Rugosa
ColorWhite
RebloomSpring Occasional Repeat
FragranceStrong
Zone4b

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Tausendschon roses Tausendschon

A 1906 German introduction many know this a 1,000 Beauties. It can be grown in a variety of ways and lack thorns. An impressive spring or early summer display which lasts for weeks.

ClassHybrid Multiflora
ColorPink Blend
RebloomSpring/Summer, Occasional Repeat
FragranceLight
Zone6b

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Violette roses Violette

From France in 1921 a wonderful display of mauve blooms in clusters. Musk fragrance.

ClassHybrid Multiflora
ColorMauve
RebloomOnce blooming
Zone6b
FragranceLight

Our Price: $15.00
1 in stock!