Bred in 1935 this single petaled rose offers a stunning contrast in color between the dark stamens and the soft yellow petals. The blooms form in clusters and the petals fade to a white blend with age. Classed as a climber this variety may also be trained on a pillar.
An Italian rose introduced in 1913 the blooms very in color from pink to apricot with yellow shading depending upon the time of year.
A found rose from the late 1980's with a lovely tea fragrance.
From 1830 this is a vigorous plant. It can grow quit large if allowed to. Jaune Desprez has a fruity fragrance.
Introduced in 1948 known for vigorous, upright growth with dark shiny leaves that contrast the colorful blooms.
Introduced in the US in 1956, this rose has a spice fragrance. It opens in a salmon color and fades to a pink fringe with a lighter center, grows to 4'.
From 1864 this variety was once believed to be Comtesse Riza du Parc. The blooms vary in color with climate from buff to apricot and have a strong tea fragrance. She may be grown as a shrub or specimen.
An introduction from the U.K. in 1907, very few thorns (if any). This rose tends to get crimson highlights in the fall. Vigorous upright growth.
A wonderful Earth-Kind® rose. This variety starts with light yellow blooms that proceed to orange, red and finally a crimson. With the variety of colors on your plant at any one time this is an interesting display.
Rosette Delizy is from France in 1922. This flower generally has a high yellow center framed by carmine colored outer petals.