Bred in the United States in the early 1960's this is a variety with a strong fruity fragrance. The blooms are very large. Can be grown singly or used as a border plant.
A 1920, US introduction. Opening a salmon or light pink and turning white. This offering traces back to Fred Boutin's 'Bloomfield Abundance'..
Introduced in 1958 and the winner of 4 awards, including being inducted into the World Federation of Rose Societies, Rose hall of Fame. Very abundant in blossoms.
Introduced from the UK in the 1980's this variety blooms with a depth of color that photos never capture. Very generous blooming.
Kanegem is a Belgium introduction from 1977. Flowers are upright on single stems. Compact in width and growing 2-4' in height depending on your climate. Color holds well in heat.
Introduced in 1947 and bred in the US, this variety displays a carmine red in many environments, velvety in appearance. 3" blooms
Roman Holiday is a U.S. introduction from 1966. An All-American Rose Selection in 1967. The red body wrapped in yellow and orange make this rose bloom very cheerful in appearance.
Bred in America in 1951 this variety has very upright growth on multiple branches. Very generous in the number of blooms. At times appearing like a red ball.