The Alnwick Rose provides a pleasing progression starting with pretty rich pink, cup shaped buds that gradually develop into a broad, full-petalled, shallow cup of soft pink. The flowers are beautiful at all stages and produces its bloom intermittently from early summer to the onset of frost. Plentiful green foliage sets the background for the variety of flowering forms.
Abraham Darby was introduced by David Austin in England in 1985. This English rose was bred by crossing the climber 'Aloha' with the floribunda 'Yellow Chusion'. It has deeply cupped flowers with an average diameter of 5 inches. Each rose can consist of up to 70 petals. The blossoms are apricot and yellow tinted with pink.
The Love Song soothes and radiates with a regal appearance and moderate fragrance. Known for very large blooms averaging 5" in diameter with very full 41 plus petals. The stand-out lavender roses bloom in flushes throughout the season.
The Knock Out Family of Roses can fit into any landscape. A customer favorite due to its stunning flower power to produce generous blooms from Spring until Frost. Characteristics include easy to grow, low maintenance, and great disease resistance. All of the Knock Out Roses are self-cleaning so there is no need to deadhead.
A modern shrub rose with its unique color of smoky purple but with old fashioned double blooms. Ebb Tide radiates a clove scent and is very disease resistant. A rose that creates a definite conversation centered around its color and style!
Discover a new meaning to the paired words "Ketchup and Mustard" with this admired rose. Bright red petals with golden yellow underneath produce sumptuous color effects as the blossoms open. Small clusters of striking, lightly fragrant 3 - 4 inch blooms appear in flushes all season on nearly thornless, bushy plants filled with glossy foliage.
A conversational piece in any garden! Vavoom makes its presence known with blooms of gleaming orange-juice orange color. The glowing color is made even more intense against the backdrop of glossy green leaves and deep mahogany-red new growth. The long-lived blooms offer a moderate spicy fragrance.
The hybrid tea rose Honor is an AARS Winner from Weeks. Very large, well-formed clear white blooms are carried on this tall vigorous plant. The large dark green leaves and bronzy-red new growth are very disease resistant. Honor will give you plenty of long stem roses that you can cut, bring indoors, and then use to make fabulous flower arrangements.
Named after the renowned American glass sculptor Dale Chihuly, the Chihuly Rose takes on the beauty and perfection of artistically blown glass. This continually blooming plant produces gorgeous 3 1/2 to 4" blooms with ever-changing colors of apricot, yellow, orange and red.
This beautiful floribunda rose is a 2006 AARS Winner. It was picked for it's consistent, hardy and floriferous nature in almost any climate. The buttery golden yellow flowers are full and old fashioned, medium sized with a 26 to 40 petal count. They are produced in clusters that flower all season long. You can use it in borders and garden beds.
Nearly Wild is a wonderful medium pink floribunda/shrub rose from Weeks. This extremely hardy rose is grown naturally on it's own root stock. It has a slight apple fragrance. The plants are compact with a bushy habit.
The Don Juan rose is a climbing plant making it a beautiful backdrop to any flower garden. Offer these bright roses support with a trellis or fence for best production. A nice addition to make your flower garden look balanced and well planned.
Iceberg roses present fragrant white blooms that boast a hint of pink in the center. A stunning complement when paired with red roses. Considered as the finest white rose for landscaping. Great as cut flowers! Very disease resistant.