A 1902 discovery, good repeating and a wonderful tea fragrance, disease resistant, heat tolerant. This rose takes on more of a pink color with age and/or cooler weather.
A sport of Cecile Brunner discovered in America in 1894. Blooms the size of 50 cent pieces. A fragrance with hints of spice, tea and a sweet note.
An Earth-Kind® rose introduced in 1952. In zone 8b this is a continuous bloomer for us. The abundant blooms are in large clusters. Nearly thornless. A very managable shrub size plant here in Florida.
Rambler bred in Germany before 1909, This Hardy vigorous plant is almost thornless with large glossy foliage