Roses are some of the best flowers and plants to grow in your garden. They are easy to grow, have beautiful flowers and come back year after to year to add beauty and elegance to your yard. Finding the best roses for your yard can depend on size, color, and blooms. Also look for spot resistant and disease resistant roses. Take a look at the variety of roses available below…
Burgundy Iceberg Rose – Abundant floriferous floribunda has all the attributes of Iceberg. Deep purple-red bloom with creamy pale reverse. Medium-tall, bushy, rounded, semi-glossy green, fragrant mild honey.
American Dream Rose – Fragrant velvety red hybrid teas with elegant long stems. 5-6′ Upright; Medium green, semi-glossy, light damask
Aztec Gold Rose – Rich golden yellow blooms, like drops of pure sunshine, dense petal arrangement. 5′, glossy green, light fragrance
Aromatherapy Rose – Highly fragrant pink blooms, long stems, early spring through summer. Up to 5 1/2 ft. Glossy, dark green; strong fruity fragrance
Canary Diamond Rose – Vivid canary yellow, exceptionally beautiful, but tough as nails. Crisp, clean and multifaceted, perfect for gardens or cut for bouquet. 5′ Upright, large, dark, semi-glossy green, fragrance; moderate.
Fragrant Cloud Rose – 1981 Hall-of-Famer, worlds best selling rose for several years after it’s unveiling. Outstandingly fragrant, very well formed flowers, unusual coral – to geranium-red. Medium; Upright, vigorous. Dark, glossy green. Fragrance; intense damask, fruity, spicy, citrus.
Joseph’s Coat Rose – Kaleidoscope clusters of multi-colored blooms that open yellow-orange then vary between orange, pink and red.
Love & Peace Rose – The harmonious shading – soft yellows and blushing pinks of these generous blooms adds a touch of serenity to a garden.
Gemini Rose – Porcelain-like blooms. Multiple award winning rose has big buds that spiral open to reveal large petals of cream that blush to deep coral pink. Disease resistant. 5 1/2′; Upright, spreading. Large, deep green, glossy. Fragrance; Moderate sweet
Tahitian Sunset Rose – Large blooms exotically colored in a blend of warm tropical shades ranging from peach to apricot-yellow to blushing pink. Spot resistant.
Oklahoma Rose – The dark black-red color and heavy fragrance of Oklahoma have made it a perennial favorite and have won its place as the state flower of Oklahoma.
Don Juan Rose – This climber is ruffled with romantic dark red blossoms
Ebb Tide Rose – Mysterious dusky deep plum purple color and strong spicy clove fragrance. Medium; Upright, bushy. Deep green, semi-glossy. Fragrance; Strong spicy clove
Charisma Rose – Dazzling display of clustered blooms in varying combinations of scarlet, orange and golden yellow. Upright, bushy, vigorous. Dark, glossy, leathery green. Fragrance; light fruity.
Beloved Rose – Great for fresh cut, velvety petals on high-centered long-stemmed blooms. Disease resistant. 5′, dark glossy green; light fragrance
O. L. Weeks Rose – The deep red blooms are presented on long stems, making this rose perfect for the garden or a bouquet.
Anastasia Rose – Strong stems, plump pointed buds and sublime wide white petals; long lasting blooms. Medium height, large dark green
Perfume Delight Rose – Large rose-pink blooms, rich sweet fragrance, long strong stems.
Mutabilis Rose – Masses of colorful butterfly-like flowers. Blooms open yellow, turn orange, pink and red. Blooms through autumn. Super hardy will grow exceedingly tall if not pruned.
Gold Metal Rose – The plump pointed buds on this bush open into blooms of deep golden yellow with flushed orange-red tips. Performs well in the heat. Disease resistant.
The Sunny Knockout Rose – A continuously blooming compact and easy to grow bush with bright yellow blooms that fade quickly to pastel cream. Disease resistant.
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