Bred in 1839, this is a French introduction. Very disease resistant and shade tolerant with deep crimson coloring.
Bred in France in 1858 the large, highly scented blooms will add interest to any garden.
Bred in France from 1924 the mauve blooms are sure to attract attention. Compact in growth with a grape fragrance.
An excellent found clustered flowered noisette.
A 1990 introduction by Jack Christensen of the United States. A winner of the ARS James Alexander Gamble Rose Fragrance Award in 2007.
Introduced from the UK in the 1980's this variety blooms with a depth of color that photos never capture. Very generous blooming.
A 1986 introduction hybridized by Jack Christensen. A great combination of color and fragrance.
A French introduction in 1992 known for fragrance and a large number of blossoms. This variety can get quite tall if not trimmed regularly.
A found rose that blooms in clusters also known as "Mount Vernon Purple Noisette". Blooms in clusters.
A Buck rose from 1978. This variety has a spicy fragrance. Bushy with upright growth.
White stripes on a purple background delight the grower of the large flowered climber. Mild spice fragrance on flowers blooming in clusters. Very few thorns.
From 1860 the blooms on this rose are very full and large with an intense fragrance. Shade tolerant.
From before 1790 This is a once blooming shade tolerant plant. The bloom is striking with the mauve color and yellow stamens.
Bred in France in 1918 this is a small plant with a generous display of large clusters. It has won many regional awards for best Polyantha spray.
A 1999 introduction from the well known Ralph S. Moore, this shrub offers a generous display of flowers, blooming in flushes.
From France in 1921 a wonderful display of mauve blooms in clusters. Musk fragrance.