Bred USA 1893 Produces decorative Hips.
Bred USA 1968. This shrub Suckers on own roots Heat Tolerant
An 1899 introduction, this variety makes a good pillar rose or it can be grown as a shrub. The blooms are quite large, dead heading will encourage re-blooming with this variety. Intense fragrance.
Bred by De Goey, Netherlands 1918. Excellent. Swedish Rose Society recommends this rose for Northern Sweden. Also doing well in Central Florida.
Dating from 1900, Sir Thomas Lipton is a shade tolerant Hybrid Rugosa.
A 1987 introduction by the great American hybridizer Ralph S. Moore. This Hybrid Rugosa grows as a shrub rose, with a strong fruity fragrance. Shade tolerant, hardy, can be used for cut flowers.