From 1949 this rose is a variety that produces large blooms, up to 5 inches. The blooms are very full. Although a climber she may be grown as a shrub or pillar.
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.
From Italian breeder Michele Malandrone this 1958 introduction is known for a deep velvety look and intense fragrance.
This sport of Mme Caroline Testout was discovered in France in 1901. It may be grown as a pillar or on an arbor. Frequent blooming.
Discovered in 1922, a sport of Mrs Herbert Stevens, this rose has pure white flowers with a tea fragrance.
This is a sport of Talisman and discovered in the US. Colors vary with pink, peach and even copper tones at times. This is one of those roses whose blooms are remembered from one generation to the next.