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This is a tall growing hybrid tea, bearing soft coffee coloured blooms on long stems. Healthy foliage and strong grower. Colourful display almost all year round.
A top exhibition rose in South Africa. Large, scarlet red blooms with extremely firm petals are individually carried on firm, strong stems and can be compared to a twirling stick. The blooms last long on bush or in vase. Bush is healthy & grows vigorously into a neat specimen clothed with deep green, glossy foliage.
Named after Andrea Stelzer, who won the Miss South Africa title in 1985 and three years later the title of Miss Germany. This clear pink rose, with its extremely long stems, has large pointed blooms. The stems are 1m long. When planted closely together, the narrow upright bushes will form tall hedges, providing an inexhaustible supply of quality cut-flowers fit for a florist. However, during rainy spells it is advisable to spray preventatively for black spot.
Arctic Ice has a strong fruity fragrance. This bush needs some space to develop. With glossy foliage, impervious to fungus diseases, it will make a startling specimen shrub with tremendous growing power and a minimum of maintenance care once the main frame is mature and woody. It may also be planted close to fences and walls.
This compact growing bush produces a continuous supply of shapely, medium sized blooms of a most unusual colour combination of pink, yellow & white. Vigorous & healthy. A great addition to the range of striped roses.
A mélange of carmine-red & white with an endless variation of dots, stripes & patches. Immaculate blooms whose petals cascade evenly from a pointed bud into a symmetrical, exhibition shape; large, leathery, healthy leaves & proportionate long stems; popular garden rose plus florist rose.
From its glowing, deep golden centre, this rose acquires an orange hue as its petals are exposed to the sun. The tight urn shaped buds open slowly into attractive cup shaped blooms. The plant produces good, pickable stems and is healthy & prolific.
The pointed, long buds unfold into fragrant, open blooms with an interesting dark nectarine-bronze on the outside of the petals & an attractive golden bronze on the inside. A vigorous bush clothed with disease tolerant foliage.
This florist rose will produce a good supply of long stemmed cut flowers with firm petals of an unfading, velvet-red. The foliage exhibits a good resistance to black spot.
She certainly does bewitch with her pointed buds which open into big, especially attractive blooms of a clear phlox pink in colour. She sports vigorous, healthy & prolific growth; making her a very dependable garden cut rose & steady performer.
Firm, black buds open slowly, developing into shapely, medium sized flowers with very firm petals. The deep velvet-red of the half open bloom glows in the sun & does not fade or change until the petals eventually drop. Carried on long, slender stems, the blooms make ideal cut flowers. The bush grows vigorously upright & flowers profusely.
An outstanding French introduction; she is a step nearer to the much dreamed of black rose. Pointed, firm buds open into magnificent, medium sized, double flowers with many petals. The colour of the unopened bud is really black & the open blooms reveal a deep but still glowing velvet-red. The bush grows vigorously.
This delicate in appearance yet strong grower, is the most popular of the ‘blue’ roses. She delivers pointed, shapely, full blooms in this unique blue, silver-lilac colour which will not allow you to walk past her in the garden. The bush grows in an upright, vigorous & healthy manner. A very much loved oldie.
White on pearl-pink, lace on satin, a treasure lifts her veil for all to acclaim her beauty. The bud is long & bold, supported adequately by a firm neck & provided with the carefully crafted filigree collar of 5 jade green sepals; exquisite, large, delicate pink blooms borne on long pickable, thornless stems. The bush is vigorous. Plant in beds or in pots.
The medium sized buds are sharply pointed & open into an immaculate star shape, with each of the petals curling into a sharp point as it unfolds & reflexes. The colour is a most unusual brown. The stems are straight with few prickles & well balanced to the size of the blooms. The bush freely produces superb long lasting cut flowers.
The African sky has enchanted many, transforming its silver-blue hue into a sunset of fire. This rose is unequalled in its radiance of colour: shades of lavender, purple, bright pink & ruby-red emerge as long, pointed buds open. Blooms retain colour & are fragrant; produced on fairly long, strong stems. Deep, glossy green foliage forms background to most fascinating rose.
Shapely, medium sized blooms; basic carmine-red in colour with irregular white stripes. Moderately vigorous growth.
A charming rose which thrives in a hot climate. The firm buds open slowly to expose a warm, deep apricot with a yellow reverse. The long lasting blooms appear in candelabra clusters as well as singly on ‘cuttable’ stems. It rivals floribundas in sheer flowering ability.
Variations of deep pink & white characterize these uniquely coloured, long pointed buds & shapely blooms. The bush is vigorous & produces long stemmed cut roses of florist quality. Although ‘Candy Stripe’ was one of the first renaissance painted roses & a loved oldie, we have to admit that ‘Chäim Soutine’ is a big improvement.
Pointed buds open into loose blooms; a most exciting, unsurpassed deep velvet-red with a black sheen. Spreading, untidy growth.
Pointed buds open into star shaped blooms; each firm petal curls into a point at the margin; the colour is cream-yellow on the reverse & as the bud unfolds, the cherry-red of the inside petal appears & eventually changes into a deep carmine. Moderate, healthy growth.
Enormous, pointed buds develop into stunning, shapely blooms which open to full bloom fairly quickly; golden copper colour. Needs special attention to become vigorous & prolific.
The ordinary gardener’s ambition to grow long-stemmed cut-roses will be fulfilled by this rose when planted in a garden. The plant is very vigorous and tall-growing and the fresh, green foliage remains free of disease. The enormous basal-shoots are best staked in early spring to prevent them from snapping in storms and strong winds.
Pointed buds open into single, five petalled, curly blooms. A strong pink on the reverse of the petals is set off by the delicate soft pink on the inside as well as by the purple stamens & stigmas in the centre. Vigorous, upright, healthy & prolific growth.
Tight, pointed buds of light cream-yellow develop & open slowly to reveal its classic beauty with a high pointed centre and perfect symmetry. The delicacy is in the soft colour blend of cream & white. The vigorous bush spreads out & produces flush after flush of immaculate cut flowers.
Provides an abundance of shapely, long lasting cut flowers & colour in the garden. Outside petals of the urn shaped bud are cream in colour, tinted with green; inside of opening bud displays a soft cream with a distinct pale pink hue on the petal edges. The plant is vigorous & requires minimum care.
One of the most brilliant roses ever produced. Pointed, cream colour buds unfold slowly into full, double blooms. Scarlet colour on the margin of each petal intensifies & flows into centre of the sizeable blooms. Growth is vigorous, healthy & very prolific. Use for rose jam & rose wine.
Shapely, pointed, medium sized blooms; unusual tones of deep pink on the outside of the petals contrast with a lighter pink on the inside, enhanced by a deep salmon in the centre. Vigorous, healthy, well balanced growth. An unbelievable performer.
Shapely, pointed, double blooms are often of exhibition quality. The warm, orange to coral-red colour of the buds changes to an orange-pink on mature blooms. Vigorous, well branched, healthy & prolific growth; rapid, repetitive flowerer.
Pickable, medium long stems carry classic, spiral, exhibition shaped blooms. Striking peach-apricot colour which intensifies to orange on the petal edges. Blooms are long lasting. The bush grows willingly & is healthy.
Ruffled petal edges of the full blooms feature mango orange, peach pink and ripe apricot hues, exuding a fruity fragrance. Disease resistant, easy to maintain, renews itself continuously from the base. It also re-sprouts from the mature growth. Lends itself to group plantings, hedging, bordering, growing in pots
‘Egoli’ will rival the best in the category of floribundas. This vigorous rose produces large, firm buds which open slowly into full double blooms. The flowers are golden yellow & have curly petal edges. The bush is covered with healthy deep green foliage; a very free flowering specimen.
Pointed buds open to large blooms which reveal the stamens; warm cerise pink; rugged, healthy & prolific growth; thorny & robust. ‘Electron’ is an excellent rose to plant in any garden in the bush form as well as on a standard stem.
The attribute of elegance conjures up the long, classical, sharply pointed bud which maintains its regal form for days due to the firm, substantial petals. Unusual pale yellow; at times a faint suggestion of pink spills over the petal edges of the large, classically shaped blooms. The bush is covered with robust, healthy foliage & is a vigorous grower.
Pointed buds reveal large flowers with a perfect rounded form. Ivory with a lemon centre. With light pruning it grows into a formidable shrub producing hundreds of its large shapely blooms, each on a strong medium long stem. An excellent rose.
It combines vigour, a pleasing coral colour, an absolutly superb shape of bud & open bloom plus the ability to stay fresh on the bush & in the vase. Look out for its mutations: ‘Lisa’, ‘Nicolette’, ‘Leana’ & ‘Vanessa’. Esther Geldenhuys, 5 Februarie 1924 – 28 Junie 2012
Long, pointed, carmine-red buds develop into super sized, perfectly shaped, exhibition type blooms. The stems on this vigorous bush are strong & they carry the large blooms proudly. It creates a colour sensation in the garden & grows well in pots.
It produces beautiful, exhibition sized, perfect buds of a rich peach-blossom hue with tints of flamingo-pink & a silvery reverse. The blooms open into large, 11cm in diameter, double flowers which last for days and are carried on strong stems. The plants are vigorous & healthy. The rose bush is resistant to disease & flowers freely.
Her large, exhibition shaped blooms are borne on long, pickable stems; the orange vermilion colour makes her stand out in the garden. Vigorous, healthy & prolific.
It is strongly fragrant and produces huge blooms of a delicate pink on sturdy stems.
The colour is a blend of deep pink & violet which is enhanced by sunlight. The huge blooms are very fragrant & have a perfect exhibition shape with pointed centres. She also boasts extremely disease resistant foliage.
Medium high growing bush produces masses of shapely buds, opening into lovely, long lasting blooms of a rich colouring from a basic cream-gold with orange pink flowing over the edges, maturing & contrasting in sunshine to a deep red. Easy to grow.
The medium sized, urn shaped buds are sharply pointed & as the broad, firm petals unfold, the slightly serrated, curly edges lend the opening blooms that extra special attraction. The deep yellow colour holds well in the sun, without blemish on both sides of its 30 petals.
This ‘ Giver of Hope’ is an elegant, exhibition shaped hybrid tea that will easily reach shoulder height and thus bears good stems for cutting blooms for arrangements. The blooms are white, coloured light yellow delicately yet distinctly in its centre and bears a slight note of fragrance.
The pointed, elegantly formed buds are carried on long, slender, almost thornless stems & are excellent cut flowers. The deep yellow petals of the medium sized blooms are firm textured & ensure a good lasting quality.
Long, pointed, shapely medium sized buds; orange, gold & salmon blend of colour. Vigorous, prolific growth. One of the first rose bushes to bloom in spring.
‘Hanneli Rupert’ was selected for her lush growth & untiring performance in producing straight cut flower stems with attractive, very firm petalled blooms. The deep, coral-orange on a cream-yellow base renders her a striking rose.
If this rose does not allure you with her colour, she is sure to do so with her fragrance. Mixed proportions of clear pink, subtle orange & soft yellow fill this palette to create the final colour of shimmering salmon-pink. The bud is elegant & tall, conforming to the classical ‘Kordes peak’. The plant is healthy, vigorous & bedecked with green, leathery foliage.
As the firm textured, near white petals unfold slowly from the large, urn shaped, pointed buds, they reflex & are enlivened by a soft coral-pink as they are exposed to the sun. Blooms last forever on bush, in vase or on show bench. Vigorous, decorated with healthy, glossy foliage.
Like its namesake, the rose is tall & elegant. The rose produces classically shaped, strong pink blooms on long, almost thornless stems. The perfectly shaped blooms are ideal for cutting & they last for a long time in the vase as well as on the bush.
35 broad & firm petals constitute the large, glowing velvet red blooms which hold their brilliance in the sun. The bush grows into a well branched specimen clothed with glossy, deep green leaves, remaining virtually untouched by powdery mildew & black spot; a must for every garden.
Also known as St. Patrick. High pointed buds open into magnificent exhibition shaped blooms. The novel lime-yellow colour is exceptional. It is at times very intense, at other times and garden situations more of a yellow. It produces big, exhibition quality blooms one to a long strong stem.
A sport of the outstanding ‘Johannesburg Sun’, she has the same glossy, healthy foliage, willing growth habit & general floriferousness. Sharply pointed buds are gold coloured with true apricot spreading from the centre to slowly blend into a caramel-cream when mature. She has more petals than usual, therefore the buds hold their shape well.
The colour of the very long & shapely, pointed buds is a true gold which softens as the firm petals unfold to an open cup shape, releasing its distinct fragrance. The shiny, bronze, young foliage does not lose any of its super gloss as it changes to a mature deep green; the leaves remain untouched by diseases. Vigorous & very free flowering.
The green guard petals of the tight, urn shaped buds reflex to display a cream-apricot seldom seen in flowers. Petal after petal slowly unfolds until the final stage of a full double bloom is reached. The frill on the petal margins is an added attraction. Healthy, vigorous & free flowering. Suitable for the vase, for the garden or for drying purposes.
This truly individualistic ‘brown’ rose really catches the eye with her tones of beige, not unlike milk coffee, plus her variable shades of gold & mauve in the sun. The pointed, medium sized blooms are produced on good cut flower stems. A ‘must’ for flower arrangers. Stunning in a vase on the coffee table.
She charms with a subtle play of cream from the petals’ edges to a darker shade of buff down to the copper in the deep centre of each bloom. Egg shaped buds unfold slowly into large copper-apricot, double blooms with frilly edges; bushes grow strong & healthy.
The ‘Kolbe’s Diamond’ has the qualities of a superb exhibition rose. It is a pleasant pale pink sport of ‘Andrea Stelzer’, a rose which has already become famous for its super long stems, glossy foliage & immaculate large blooms.
Being a sport (spontaneous mutation) of the popular ‘Esther Geldenhuys’, with the same vigour, superb shape of bloom & long lasting qualities, it is only necessary to describe the colour – white with distinct cream rising from the deep centred blooms.
Dedicated to keeping the spirit & memory of Leigh Matthews alive by raising money for the Leigh Matthews Trust. Proceeds from the sale of each rose assist in re-establishing the University of Johannesburg Stress & Trauma Centre. The rose was chosen by the Matthews family & donated to the Trust by Ludwig’s Roses. Ideal garden & cut rose.
A novel cut rose with a large, pointed, triangular green bud unfolding to display an attractive green-cream in the centre. The frilled blooms last for more than a week in the vase or on the bush. The bush is vigorous & free flowering, however, it requires regular spraying to control fungus diseases.
Pointed buds with a fresh, young lemon colour mature to a soft lime with a strong almond fragrance. The blooms are borne on medium long stems & are excellent cut flowers. The foliage is slightly susceptible to powdery mildew.
A deep pink mutation of the already famous & well established ‘Esther Geldenhuys’. ‘Lisa’ sports the same magnificent spiralled blooms, tremendous vigour & constant production of perfect cut flowers throughout the season.
A deservedly popular rose. The pointed buds are deep maroon-pink, revealing a touch of yellow at the base. As the beautifully shaped blooms develop, the colour changes slowly into a deep-lilac. The ‘Madiba’ rose is extremely vigorous, sprouting strong, thornless stems which are garnished by large, deep green foliage.
The bushes have a tremendous growing power, producing armfuls of long stemmed blooms mostly in candelabra formations. The buds are long & pointed opening slowly into shapely blooms.
An interesting addition to the ‘blue’ roses, this blue is deeper than in other roses of the same colouring. The pointed buds open into shapely, deep silver-lilac flowers & are carried on strong upright stems. A most useful, highly perfumed cut flower.
The ‘Mara Louw’ is a strong, tall, upright growing hybrid tea with glossy ‘Peace’ foliage and deep yellow blooms edged with red which expands as the opening petals are exposed to sunlight. A donation is made to Child Welfare SA for every plant sold.
It is a tall growing, long stemmed hybrid tea cut rose with blooms of magenta pink. The tight buds are triangular and pointed, with firm petals unfolding slowly converting the tight buds into gracefully spiraled half open blooms. This rugged variety is a fun rose to grow in any garden.
Clear pink perfectly shaped buds develop into attractive open, long lasting blooms revealing blends of ivory in the deep centre. The bush is vigorous, densely branched & healthy. One of the favourite roses for the garden.
Globular buds open into large, deep copper-apricot, shapely, thick petalled blooms produced in profusion on short, sturdy stems. The colour takes on a lighter hue with a soft sheen of pink painted over apricot. In addition to its other admirable attributes, this is one of the few compact growing hybrid teas often required for foreground plantings.
Stately, tall growing hybrid tea rose, with its delicate pastel hue, is dedicated to Melanie Bruce in celebration of her wise and inspired leadership as Head Mistress, and of the legacy she leaves behind at Springfield College in Cape Town.
The buds are tight & the firm petals unfold into large, shapely, unblemished white blooms which last well on the plant or in the vase. She is undoubtedly one of the best white hybrid teas.
Large, full bodied blooms; rich red in colour with a velvet sheen. Strong & vigorous with many long sturdy stems. An easy rose to grow – a true classic. With its perfumed petals, it is an excellent rose for rose jam, rose liqueur or rose wine.
The full bodied blooms display a basic brilliant orange-red which is enlivened by the white reverse on each petal. The bush is very vigorous & healthy with an excellent resistance to fungal diseases. Flowers profusely.
What a performer with an abundance of super long stems of florist quality and smart, long pointed buds of a cream gold that is soon turned into a colour riot when the glowing orange of the inside petals comes into play. Unpruned in winter it becomes a phenomenal shrub always in bloom.
The urn shaped buds are sharply pointed & unfold slowly into large full blooms. The color is an unusual clear carmine – red. Mother’s Value is the first to flower in spring.
The colour is a combination of soft apricot & buff. Interestingly, the colour is intense during cool weather periods & softer, paler during the summer heat. A must for those who love to pick blooms for the vase. Prolific & healthy.
Blooms are borne individually & in clusters on a vigorous, healthy & floriferous bush. The egg shaped buds are long lasting. 60 narrow petals unfold slowly & the open blooms develop into a pompom shape.
It has the same unmatchable vigour of its progenitor with the shapely, full blooms of pale cream-pink enhanced with blush of deep pearl-pink flowing from the centre. Blooms borne on long pickable stems. Vigorous & healthy.
Large, exquisitely shaped buds unfold into large blooms. Dusty crimson with a heavy velvety texture. Together with ‘Oklahoma’, best rose for pot-pourri, rose jam, rose wine & liqueur. Vigorous & healthy plant.
One of the first & best white cut roses. Noted for long, shapely buds & substantial blooms which open in the most graceful manner. Medium sized blooms borne on long pickable stems. Healthy & vigorous plant.
The medium sized, pointed buds open slowly, spiralling to exhibition perfection. The glowing colour hovers between deep pink and red. The stems are thornless, rendering them excellent cut flowers. Healthy & vigorous grower.
Round, slightly pointed buds with cream, yellow & carmine unfold into massive blooms.\r\nOne of the most loved oldies & no garden should be without this rose. Vigorous bush, bearing healthy, glossy foliage. Very fragrant.
This is a bold rose. Bold in size, in colour, in growth & overall performance. The colour is basic tomato-red with a golden reverse. The superb blooms are carried on stately bushes garlanded with deep green, healthy foliage.
Interesting colour blend of unusual apricot-brown with russet on the petal reverse. Medium sized buds are borne individually or on candelabra. Attractive, glossy, deep bronze foliage. Very healthy & prolific. She is a real novelty.
This rose sets itself apart with the strong tint of green in its petals, forming part of a limited but exclusive coterie of green tinted roses. It is a powerful grower & produces an endless production of long cut flower stems with pointed buds. The upright growth habit & glossy, healthy foliage make it ideal for background planting or for security.
A spontaneous sport of ‘Red Intuition’. The basic colour is a light pink brought alive with stripes, dots and patches of a distinctly deeper pink. It produces the same shapely, long lasting blooms on long straight stems as we know it from its mother variety.
A soft suggestion of white with delicate pink flowing from the centre. Firm in form. Outside petals of long, pointed buds unfold into a winglike formation until, after several days, the centre petals have also slowly unfolded. Bush is rugged & healthy.
Long stemmed, free flowering, unfading, bright red, long lasting blooms on long stems that make a statement in a garden or vase. Vigorous and disease resistant.
Pointed, medium sized, clear pink buds unfold into fairly large clusters & individually on long stems. Ideal as a cut flower. Tall & floriferous. Ideal for background planting, in beds or in pots. Fragrant.
Clear, golden yellow, egg shaped buds unfold to reveal shapely double blooms. Tough, green foliage & vigour are additional characteristics, making this rose an excellent addition to mass displays, hedges & background plantings.
Her uniqueness lies in her dark red stripes, splashed over a basic, lighter red colour. Interesting without being gaudy. She is a vigorous, tall growing bush which produces long stems which last extremely well in water.
Crimson-red in colour, the shapely blooms are borne on very long, pickable stems. Rugged & extremely vigorous, this rose will produce flowering stems en masse all season long. As the name implies, this rose has a powerful fragrance.
The buds are pointed & slender with firm petals unfolding slowly into long lasting, attractive half open blooms. Soft porcelain pink colour. The bush is vigorous & free flowering.
Classically shaped, pointed buds develop into very large, full & elegantly shaped deep magenta-pink blooms. The bush is vigorous, healthy & strong growing with the ability to produce & carry the large blooms in rich abundance.
This one combines the expected aspect of clear, velvet-red, shapely pointed buds & carries them on strong stems. They flower abundantly, all season long. In the shortest time, bushes grow into large, dense specimens, providing large, shapely blooms.
Long, straight, almost thornless stems; pointed buds develop very slowly into shapely, open blooms, holding their shape for up to 2 weeks. The basic colour is exquisite. Delicate ivory of heavily veined texture, brought alive by orange-coral which flows slowly from the edges. The bush is vigorous with an abundance of perfect flowers on thornless, straight stems.
The colour is a clear unblemished soft salmon which softens to a cream satin in the sun.\r\nThe strong, upright stems are garlanded with lush foliage & the bush is vigorous & produces long, pickable stems.
A mutation of the excellent rose ‘Electron’, she displays the same ruggedness of performance, strong disease resistant foliage & fragrance. The large, shapely blooms are shocking deep coral-pink in colour.
A cheerful red & cream-yellow bi-colour with beauty, vigour & fragrance. The medium sized flowers are high centred in the early stages, opening wide to display the pretty colours. The growth is bushy, upright, fairly dense with particularly good foliage – red-purple when young with a lustrous quality.
Blooms are shapely & have firm petals, which is unusual for such a strongly scented variety. Bush grows strongly, renewing itself by sprouting continuously from base to top. It is superbly suited as a background rose but performs equally well on its own or as a hedge.
A mutation of ‘Bewitched’. Each strong stem carries a shapely pure white, very fragrant bloom. With its easy growing & prolific production of long stems: this has become the standard white, garden picking rose.
Urn shaped buds are borne individually or in large clusters, unfolding into large, full blooms. Attractive blend of gold, orange & red. Prolific & vigorous.
Unsurpassed in colour, this interesting rose is a blend of pale amber flushed with lavender & pink. The plant is easy to grow. A good picking rose, graced with a spicy fragrance .
Large, double, shapely blooms are carried on strong, rigid stems. An unusual combination of attractive rose pink with pale pink towards the edges of the petals. Vigorous, upright, shapely growth habit. Healthy & prolific bearer.
High, pointed, cream coloured buds unfold into symmetrical blooms. The unfolding cream petals take on a coral hue which intensifies as they are exposed to the sun. It is a most rewarding free flowering rose.
The dazzling colour combination of deep yellow with luminous orange-red cannot distract from the fashionably high, urn shaped buds held upright on strong stems. The petals are of such incredible firmness that they hold their crisp shape until they eventually have to be removed.
Large, very fragrant exhibition shaped blooms are borne on medium long stems; pale silver-lilac. Healthy & prolific. It produces large, fragrant exhibition shaped blooms on good stems. The basic silver lilac has various most interesting undertones which makes it different from the ‘blue’ roses.
‘Table Mountain’ bears large, very shapely, high pointed blooms with the most unusual colour combination of green tinted guard petals, basic white & distinct pink edges still touched with green: a winner with florists. The vigorous bush produces flush after flush of impeccable blooms on sturdy stems.
Yellow roses, often regarded as Tea Roses, have the stigma of being extremely sensitive to heat and rain. It produces large shapely blooms with firm petals of a true, virtually unfading yellow. The bush is vigorous, clothed in glossy deep green, disease resistant foliage and produces long lasting blooms on sturdy stems with few prickles.
The pointed, full buds, sporting a green tint, open slowly into large, very full, shapely blooms of an almost immaculate white. They are carried on straight stems & last extremely well on the bush or in the vase. A beautiful bloom for white weddings. Vigorous & prolific.
Shapely, pointed buds unfold into open, cup shaped blooms, displaying a most interesting colour combination of basic white with an edge of pink which flows softly down the petals & fades into white. The bushes grow vigorously & produce long, sturdy stems & lush, glossy foliage.
Large, pickable blooms are borne on strong stems. On the inside of the petal, the colour is a blend of orange with yellow irregular stripes. The reverse of the petal is decorated with the same golden yellow. The leathery foliage is disease resistant. The bush grows narrow & upright, reaching a height of approximately 1.8m.
High, pointed buds open under any weather conditions into splendid blooms measuring 120mm across. They reveal the stamens only shortly before the petals drop off cleanly. High, pointed buds of ivory with shades of baby pink which disappear in the sunlight to display pure white. A profuse flowerer. Long stemmed blooms are good cut flowers.
Boasts the same excellent qualities of producing a profusion of perfect star shaped blooms on long stems, in an attractive cherry-red colour. Vigorous & prolific.
The medium sized blooms are made up of numerous hardy petals which unfold slowly into attractive shapes – these hold for a very long time. The bushes are covered with hardy leaves. A very rewarding rose to grow in the garden.
Pointed buds unfold, reaching a perfect star formation. Salmon deepening to orange colour. A good garden rose & excellent for picking. The plant is medium to tall, vigorous, well branched & clothed in hardy, disease resistant foliage.
An incredibly powerful rose, growing well above 2m. Almost like a shrub, spreads out on top without becoming untidy. The plant produces hundreds of long stemmed, fragrant, shapely blooms. An intense bi-colour of yellow & orange which lightens to a deep cream & warm orange-pink in maturing blooms. A hedge-like effect when planted in rows.
This hardy variety grows upright & produces shapely, full petalled blooms of a soft peach colour which last for a long time. An excellent provider of cut roses. Vigorous & healthy.
The pointed buds unfold into large, shapely, exhibition blooms. Velvet-red with a brilliant red reverse. The bush grows into a well rounded, neat specimen, garlanded with glossy foliage & produces flush after flush of blooms.
The buds are pointed & open into large blooms of symmetrical, exhibition shape. The colour is a blend of deep mauve with silver-lilac. The bush is vigorous & provides a constant supply of pickable flowering stems.