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Archduke Charles roses Archduke Charles

Bearing a mild fruity scent the large blooms come out as a pink in cooler weather. The blush color seen as they fade is accompanied by an almost cherry colored edge. This makes a fine shrub rose.

ClassChina
ColorRed Blend
RebloomFlushes
FragranceLight
Zone7

Our Price: $15.00
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Auscot roses AUScot

A David Austin introduction in 1985, this variety has large quartered blooms. It can be trained as a climber or grown as a shrub.

ClassShrub
ColorApricot Blend
RebloomContinuous
FragranceStrong
Zone
5b

Our Price: $15.00
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Dinky Roses Dinky

Dinky originated in Belgium, she is a 2002 Introduction and the receiver of many awards including Gold Medal, Baden-Baden 2003, Gold Medal, Le Roeulx, 2003, and Gold Medal, Lyon, 2005 .

ClassHybrid Musk
ColorDark Pink
RebloomContinuous
Zone7b
FragranceLight

Our Price: $15.00
2 in stock!
Dogwood

From 2003 Dogwood produces large single petal blooms w/ the stamens high lighted against the white background. Awarded Silver Certificate, ARS Trial Grounds, 2007.

ClassHybrid Tea
ColorWhite
RebloomContinuous
Zone7b
FragranceLight

Our Price: $18.00
2 in stock!
Fellemberg roses Fellemberg

Before 1835 this variety offers a light sweet fragrance with clusters of flowers. Thornless or nearly so this plant has vigorous growth.

ClassChina
ColorMedium Red
RebloomContinous
FragranceLight
Zone7b

Our Price: $15.00
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Gartendirektor Otto Linne roses Gartendirektor Otto Linne

A German introduction in 1934 this variety makes large sprays of flowers and is very generous with flowers. A wonderful shrub. Can be used to form a hedge. The photo of the vase is a single spray.

ClassShrub
ColorDeep Pink
RebloomContinous
FragranceLight
Zone
4b

Our Price: $15.00
5 in stock!
Green Rose roses Green Rose

Sometime before 1850, this is very unique. The flowers will last a very long time and are a great companion in arrangements.

ClassChina
ColorWhite Blend
RebloomFlushes
Zone
7b
FragranceNone

Our Price: $15.00
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Lemon Spice roses Lemon Spice

A 1966 introduction with a strong spice fragrance. The centers at times seem to glow. Frequent bloomer.

ClassHybrid Tea
ColorLight Yellow
RebloomFlushes
Zone7b
FragranceStrong

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Mevrouw Nathalie Nypels roses Mevrouw Nathalie Nypels

From the Netherlands in 1919 this plant is generous with its blooms, forming in large clusters.

Class
Polyantha
Color
Medium Pink
RebloomFlushes
Zone6b
FragranceLight

Our Price: $15.00
1 in stock!
Mme Alfred Carriere roses Mme Alfred Carriere

Introduced from France in 1879, this plant has larger blooms than many Noisettes. It is a good selection to cover an arbor.

ClassNoisette
ColorWhite Blend
RebloomContinuous
Zone7b
Fragrance
Medium

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Red Smith's Parish roses Red Smith's Parish

Discovered by Dr. Malcolm Manners in 1997, this is a sport of Smith's Parish. The flower can be all red, variations of pink to red and even a white streak. The colors are darker in cooler weather. This makes a fine hedge plant.

ClassTea
ColorRed Blend
RebloomContinous
FragranceMedium
Zone
6b


Our Price: $15.00
6 in stock!
Rosette Delizy roses Rosette Delizy

Rosette Delizy is from France in 1922. This flower generally has a high yellow center framed by carmine colored outer petals.

ClassTea
ColorYellow Blend
RebloomContinous
FragranceLight
Zone7b

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Setzer Noisette roses Setzer Noisette

This was the Setzer family rose from the 1800's. The blooms have a strong musk fragrance. It is of vigorous, healthy, growth and may be used as a climber.

ClassNoisette
ColorWhite Blend
RebloomContinuous
Zone6b
FragranceStrong

Our Price: $15.00
5 in stock!
Souvenir de St. Anne's roses Souvenir de St. Anne's

A sport of Souv.de la Malmaison, although from the early 1900's in Ireland, it was not introduced until 1950. Flowers in clusters against dark green leaves.

ClassBourbon
ColorLight Pink
RebloomContinuous
Zone5b
FragranceStrong

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St. David's roses St. David's

St. David's is a Bermuda Mystery Rose found on the Bermuda island it is named for. Very quick to branch off, making a very full bush. Very generous with the number of blooms.

ClassChina
ColorRed Blend
RebloomContinuous
FragranceLight
Zone
7b

Our Price: $15.00
5 in stock!
Summer Wind roses Summer Wind

A Buck rose from 1975 this produces large flowers up to 4" in diameter, blooms in clusters with a spicy clove fragrance.

ClassShrub
ColorOrange Pink Blend
RebloomFlushes
Zone4b
FragranceMedium

Our Price: $15.00
1 in stock!
Tiffany roses Tiffany

Winner of 4 awards this rose is from 1954, very fragrant and loves to bloom. It will make cut flowers for those that like to brings their blooms inside.

ClassHybrid Tea
ColorPink Blend
RebloomContinuous
Zone7b
FragranceStrong

Our Price: $15.00
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Trinity roses Trinity

A Bermuda Mystery Rose, this variety was found growing in the grounds of the Holy Trinity Church in Bailey's bay, Bermuda. Also known as "Bermuda Trinity".

ClassTea
ColorWhite Blend
RebloomContinuous
FragranceStrong
Zone6b


Our Price: $15.00
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Vincent Godsiff

A Bermuda Found Rose. This variety has upright growth and is very generous, blooming continually. It won the Victorian award at the 1999 Charlotte Rose Society Show.

ClassChina
ColorMedium Red
RebloomContinous
Zone7b
FragranceMedium

Our Price: $15.00
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