Roses for Spring – Best Roses for Spring
Roses for spring – 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.
About Face is a Grandiflora rose with spectacular flowers. Plant one in your rose garden, or several in a patio area where you’re sure to enjoy their summer display.
Your About Face rose produces a bronzy-red bloom with golden-orange at the center. It has a delightfully mild fragrance that lends it a dash of additional charm. About Face blooms all season long, with the spectacular blooms accented by the lush, green foliage.
The Barbra Streisand Hybrid Tea Rose PPAF, Rosa sp. ‘Barbra Streisand’, produces large shapely mauve flowers which have a strong sweet fragrance.
The clean colors of ‘Barbra Streisand’ show off strikingly against deep glossy green leaves. The great foliage and healthy habit of the bush command a dramatic stage presence.
Belle Poitevine, Rosa ‘Belle Poitevine’, is a hardy rugose rose which was introduced in 1894. It is graced by dense, richly veined foliage. The deep magenta-pink buds unfurl in early summer to informal warm magenta pink blooms that continue in fragrant waves until the arrival of frost. These blooms can be up to 4 inches across!
Bewitched Rose is a gorgeous evenly colored cotton-candy pink rose that is known as much for its deep true-damask-rose scent and very long vase life as it is for its stunning pink color.
Blue Girl Hybrid Tea Rose (Rosa sp. ‘Blue Girl’). You can’t capture it in photos and can barely describe it in words. Opening from dark buds, the huge five and a half inch flowers have petals that are a silvery-lavender, turning into a gray-blue as the flower ages. This is the closest to a true-blue that has ever been achieved in rose breeding!
Combining the breathtaking color with the amazing rose/lilac scent, you’d think these beauties are fussy and hard to care for. You’d be wrong! These hybrid teas are disease resistant and vigorous bloomers. They have long strong stems, too, making them perfect cut flowers for jaw-dropping arrangements.
Bonica is shrub rose that has won multiple awards for its stellar features. Plant a few for a floral hedge or even just one next to your front steps as a long-lasting display for guests.
Campfire was bred and tested across Canada and is hardy to Zone 3 – it can survive winters down to -35 degrees without damage! Talk about hardy.
Bred to branch at a 45 degree angle, this rose has wonderful width making it a great low hedge or a high groundcover. And what a statement it makes!
The Champlain Rose has beautiful dark velvet red blooms. This rose is classified as a Kordesii rose. Kordesii roses feature profuse cherry red blossoms summer through fall.
Champlain was developed in Canada and it is noted for its winter hardiness, disease resistance and repeat bloom
The Hybrid Tea Rose ‘Chrysler Imperial’, Rosa sp. ‘Chrysler Imperial’, simply continues to get dearer and dearer to rose growers’ hearts! The huge, velvety crimson-red blooms, perfumed with the old-fashioned scent of damask, are a joy in the midseason garden.
It produces double, perfectly formed blooms,4 1/2 and 5 inches wide, with the high center and long, tightly-closed bud that is common in hybrid teas.
Doris Day Rose, Rosa ‘WEKmajuchi’, is a floribunda rose variety with exceptional blooms. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to have one of these in your rose garden this year.
Like Doris Day’s sunny smile, these golden-yellow blooms will light up your landscape with their effervescent nature and classic style.
Each brilliant blossom presents a full, fluffy appearance with a petal count of up to 50, and a 4 to 6-inch diameter.
Como Park Rose, Rosa ‘BAIark’, is a variety of shrub rose in the Easy Elegance Roses series. Plant several for an adorable low hedge along your garden, or even just one as an accent for the flower bed in your front yard. No matter where you place Como Park, it’s sure to be an eye-catching beauty from late spring into fall.
This very fragrant climber produces long lasting blooms that blooms and reblooms in the very first season.
This rose is hardy and has very good vigor. The flashy green foliage provides a great background for the colorful blooms. The climbing canes will reach 12 to 14 feet at maturity.
This ever-blooming shrub is diseases resistant with dense foliage that has a slight blue tint to it. This is a spreading shrub that makes a great groundcover in mass plantings. Sunrise Sunset roses will stun in your landscape. Plant it where you can watch its amazing color display all season.
Yellow Submarine roses have an upright habit and as with most Easy Elegance roses, you’ll enjoy the deep green foliage and a fantastic backdrop to the enchanting blooms.
Easy Elegance® Yellow Submarine has the hybrid tea rose blooms but without all the work & fuss. We’ve all seen roses that need to be coddled in order to get that elusive ‘one perfect bloom’. That’s a thing of the past with Easy Elegance® roses. These roses have been specially bred to be tough and reliable.