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Barfield White Climber roses Barfield White Climber

A found rose, disease free here in Central Florida . Branches nicely in a self supporting fashion. Blooming in clusters. Generally prickle free. Bright shiny leaves.

ClassClimber
ColorWhite
RebloomFlushes
Zone6b
FragranceStrong

Our Price: $19.00
7 in stock!
Devoniensis, Cl roses Devoniensis, Cl

An unknown variety discovered in 1858 this plant varies greatly in color depending upon the climate, going anywhere from a yellow, a pink blend or a magnolia white. We show just 2 photos to show a portion of the color range.

ClassClimbing Tea
ColorWhite Blend
RebloomFlushes
FragranceStrong
Zone6b

Our Price: $19.00
(Out of Stock)
E. Veyrat Hermanos Roses E. Veyrat Hermanos

E. Veyrat Hermanos was bred in France in 1895 and possess a sweet fragrance on blooms varying from carmine pink to an apricot yellow.

ClassTea, Climbing
ColorPink Blend
RebloomFlushes
Zone6b
FragranceStrong

Our Price: $19.00
(Out of Stock)
Hawaii Volcanoes roses Hawaii Volcanoes

"Hawaii Volcanoes" was found in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park by Dr. Malcolm Manners. It blooms in clumps of about 5 flowers, blooming best with some chill. We grow it as a climber and it is easy to train. Opening pink and fading to a light pink.

ClassHybrid Multiflora
ColorPink
RebloomFlushes
FragranceLight
Zone6b

Our Price: $19.00
4 in stock!
Madame Ernest Calvat roses Madame Ernest Calvat

From France, this 1888 rose has a strong fragrance with very large flowers. This plant should not be pruned. Can be trained as a pillar.

ClassBourbon
ColorMedium Pink
RebloomFlushes
FragranceStrong
Zone5b

Our Price: $19.00
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Marie d'Orleans roses Marie d'Orleans

An 1883 introduction from France, this rose opens with the petals flat, then rolls them into a quill shape. Displays subtle variegation within each petal.

ClassTea
ColorMedium Pink
RebloomFlushes
FragranceStrong
Zone7b


Our Price: $19.00
2 in stock!
Mme Jules Gravereaux roses Mme Jules Gravereaux

From Luxembourg about 1901 vigorous growth, large blooms w/ strong fragrance, disease resistant.

ClassClimbing Tea
ColorApricot Blend
RebloomFlushes
Zone6b
FragranceStrong

Our Price: $19.00
(Out of Stock)
Old Blush, Climbing Roses Old Blush, Climbing

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.

ClassChina, Climbing
ColorMedium Pink
RebloomSpring, Fall Repeat
Zone7a
FragranceMedium

Our Price: $19.00
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Peggy Martin roses Peggy Martin

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 5 years old, now bloom in flushes throughout the year. On June 9th we will have our last release for several months. Because these go so quickly (as they did today May 26th) if you would like an email when they are placed in inventory send us an email at sales@areverenceforroses.com Enter the subject "Peggy Martin" and you will be notified when we release them.

ClassClimber
ColorPink
RebloomSpring and Fall
Zone
4b
FragranceLight

Our Price: $19.00
(Out of Stock)
White Maman Cochet, Climbing roses White Maman Cochet, Climbing

Discovered in Australia in 1907 this is a sport of White Maman Cochet. Very generous in the number of blooms.

ClassClimbing Tea
ColorWhite Blend
RebloomFlushes
Zone6b
FragranceStrong

Our Price: $19.00
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Zéphirine Drouhin roses Zéphirine Drouhin

An 1868 French introduction, almost thornless with a strong damask scent. Can be used as a pillar, shrub or trained as a climber.

ClassBourbon, Climbing
ColorMedium Pink
RebloomFlushes
Zone
5b
FragranceStrong

Our Price: $19.00
(Out of Stock)