Allister Stella Gray is a wonderful Noisette from 1894. With her light yellow highlights she then ages to cream. She can be used as a shrub or allowed to exhibit her full height potential as a climber. This growth habit makes her versatile for many locations.
Casino is a 1963 introduction, blooming in clusters of yellow flowers, may be grown as a shrub, pillar or climber. Disease resistant and suitable for cut flowers. A lilac scent.
From 1984 this rose is a 2006 World Federation of Rose Societies Hall of
Fame recipient. Know for large blooms.
La Sylphide was bred in France and introduced in 1838. This bloom is an ever changing surprise of color at times showing any of the following, a light yellow, a light pink blush, a salmon-pink shading, and even a medium pink shading.
Bred and introduced in France prior to 1837, this rose blooms in clusters and is very prolific in the spring or summer flush.
A 1966 introduction with a pleasant pronounced lemon/spice fragrance. The centers at times seem to glow. Frequent bloomer.
Bred in 2004 in the US this rose has a scent reminiscent of licorice. Very fragrant with frequent blooms.
Introduced in the United Kingdom in 1913 this rose won Gold Medal at the Royal National Rose Society Show in that same year.
Bred in France before 1828 this plant may be grown as a shrub or trained as a climber. Do not over prune.
Also known as "Bermuda Soncy" this is a Bermuda Mystery Rose whose yellow color intensifies with age.