Bred by Kim Rupert USA. Heat and drought resistant vigorous Rambler.
A 1903 introduction from France with a strong, sweet fragrance.
A sport of Old Blush found about 1752. This variety does not bloom as frequently as Old Blush. mainly showing a Spring flush and repeating in the Fall. Color deepens with age.
A found rose, this variety is a survivor of Hurricane Katrina. It has a major flush in the spring and a smaller secondary flush in the fall. A quick growing plant, easily trained. Our mother plants, which are 8 years old, now bloom in flushes throughout the year..
Salet was introduced in 1854 and is from France. She has a mild sweet fragrance. Repeat varies with the area. Some get a good Spring and Fall bloom with occasional repeat in between. At the start of the present century this plant won Dowager Queen at more than a dozen rose shows.