A 1976 introduction in America, also an All America Rose Selection that year. Height will vary greatly by location. Classed as a climber, here in Florida it grows 3-4' It is self supporting and should be considered for all gardens.
A found rose from the 1970's, this plant has a mild tea fragrance and grows as a shrub with generous blooms.
Mlle Franziska Kruger was introduced in France in 1873. She will fit nicely in many gardens.
Introduced in 1878 from France, this rose offers a generous display. Varying widely in color at different times w/ a lovely tea fragrance.
An 1891 French introduction, this rose can grow quite large yet takes to pruning to allow the use in a number of situations. Prolific bloomer.
A rose from Belgium in 1945. This variety offers up to a generous 20 blooms per cluster. Vigorous, bushy growth.
A Buck rose from 1975 this produces large flowers up to 4" in diameter, blooms in clusters with a spicy clove fragrance.