Bred in France from 1924 the mauve blooms are sure to attract attention. Compact in growth with a grape fragrance.
A 1990 introduction by Jack Christensen of the United States. A winner of the ARS James Alexander Gamble Rose Fragrance Award in 2007.
A 1986 introduction hybridized by Jack Christensen. A great combination of color and fragrance.
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.
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.