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.
From the Netherlands in 1932, a sport of Else Poulsen. Blooms in clusters.
A German introduction by Kordes in 2005 she is the winner of many awards in Europe and the UK.
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.
A Kordes rose from 1968 we are pleased to re-introduce this to the US market. It is a lovely double red blooming in clusters on a plant 4-5' in height. An 8.6 ARS Garden Rating.
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.