A Kordes rose from 1956 this variety may be grown as a shrub, pillar or climber. It is generous with large quartered blooms that have a tea fragrance.
A David Austin introduction in 1985, this variety has large quartered blooms. It can be trained as a climber or grown as a shrub.
Bred in 1926 this variety grows in a shrub form. It has a fruity fragrance from the semi-double blooms. The blooms have a pleasant coverage over the plant. The buds lighten upon opening to an apricot color.
Introduced from England in 1939, this rose offers a pleasing strong tea scent from apricot colored blooms. Growing as a shrub it is ideal for many areas.
It is very easy to fall in love with the rich color of this rose. A sweet fragrance to be enjoyed on this plant, which may be grown as a shrub or pillar.
A more recent French introduction from 2003 the flowers on this shrub display a pleasing apricot blend.
Bred in 1927, an abundant bloomer with an intense fruity fragrance.
A Bermuda found rose, with a moderate tea fragrance. Frequent reblooming.
From Luxembourg about 1901 vigorous growth, large blooms w/ strong fragrance, disease resistant.