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RECOMMENDED ROSES FOR THE TRI-STATE AREA

HYBRID TEAS

Variety

Description

Big Red


Photo courtesy of K and M Nursery


 

Nice, big bush that grows well with a medium red bloom that is a nice cut flower.

      Black Magic   
     


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

 

Dark red.  Gorgeous red velvet-colored blooms with classic form have 30 petals and are borne on long stems.  Plant grows well and repeats rapidly.

Bride's Dream

Brides Dream - bare root rose
Photo courtesy of Edmunds' Roses

 

 

Light pink.  Tall, upright plant produces large, light pink blooms with 25-30 petals.  Foliage is medium green.  Seems to look best in spring.

Brother Jack



Photo courtesy of Carol Shockley

 

 


Pink blend.  A nice medium pink with good form.  Is nice in the vase or in the garden.

Cajun Sunrise

 


Pink-yellow, pink blend blooms.  Mild fragrance.  26 to 40 petals.  Average diameter 4.5".  Large, full-bloom form.

Desperado


Photo courtesy of K and M Nursery

 

 

Is very similar to Double Delight in color, but grows better and the blooms have better form.  It is not fragrant, like Double Delight.

Double Delight

Double Delight bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 



Red and white, red edges. Strong, spice fragrance.  Average diameter 5".  Double (17-25 petals), high-centered bloom form.  

Falling in Love

Falling in Love bareroot rose
 Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


Pink blend. Upper: medium to soft pink, reverse: creamy pink.  Moderate fragrance.  Average diameter 4.75".  Large, full (26-40 petals), borne mostly on solitary bloom form.

Firefighter


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

 

A very fragrant dark red flower.  Plant grows well and gives lots of blooms that will smell up your house!

Gemini

Gemini bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


Rich cream blushing to deep coral blooms have 25-30 petals with spiral exhibition form.  Good growing, medium-tall bush.  Great all-around rose that repeats well.  Is at its best in moderate weather.

Here's Gert

Photo courtesy of Cool Roses

 

 

Pink.  Moderate fragrance.  26-40 petals.  Large, full exhibition bloom form.  Tall, upright growth habit.  Dark green foliage.  Height of up to 6'

Hot Princess


Photo courtesy of Jeff Garrett
 

 

Deep pink. Exhibition bloom form.

Let Freedom Ring


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


Light red color.  Long stems, excellent form.  No fragrance.  17-25 petals.  Large, double, high-centered bloom form.  Tall, upright growth habit. Medium green foliage.  Height of 5 1/4 to 6 1/4'

 

Louise Estes

 


White with pink edge blooms have great exhibition form.  Prolific bloomer that loves hot weather!  Plant is not hard to grow and has strong stems and great substance.  Good garden variety also.

Marijke Coopman

Produces a vast number of spiral shaped neon pink blooms with 25 petals.  Easy to grow, medium-height plant has dark green foliage.

Mohana

Photo courtesy of Dave Bang, San Jose, CA

 

From the florist industry, this medium yellow plant has good color even in the heat of summer.  Grows and blooms well in our area.

Moonstone


Photo courtesy of Edmunds' Roses and Weeks Roses

 

 

White bloom with light pink edge has 30-35 petals.  Actually prefers some heat to bring out the best form.  Plants are medium size.

Perfectly Red

 

 

Dark red blooms. Apple fragrance.  30 petals. Average diameter 4.5".

Rina Hugo

Rina Hugo bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier
 


Large, deep pink blooms have 35-40 petals and are generally of exhibition form.  Has nice dark green foliage and long stems.

St. Patrick
 

Photo courtesy of Edmunds Roses and Weeks Roses

 



Chartreuse blooms have a hint of green in the heat of summer.  Blooms have 30-35 petals.  Great garden rose that takes the heat and blooms its head off.  Blooms are sometimes a little flat.  Generally needs a little winter protection.

Signature 

Photo courtesy of Kathy Strong, San Juan Capistrano, CA
 



This variety produces lots of very nice deep pink blooms.  Plant is medium height.

T. H. Coop
(No photo available)
This rose has both dark and light shades of red in the blooms.  The blooms have good form and substance so they make great cut flowers.  Plant grows well.
Tiffany
Rosa Hybrid Tea (Tiffany)
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier
 

Rose-pink, yellow undertones, salmon-pink shading.  Very strong, fruity fragrance in spring and fall.  Summer seems to bake the fragrance out. .  25 to 30 petals.  Average diameter 4.75".  Very large, very double, borne mostly solitary, high-centered bloom form.  Blooms in flushes throughout the season.  

Touch of Class

Photo courtesy of Edmunds' Roses

 



Glowing coral pink blooms that consistently have spiral exhibition form.  Large blooms have about 30 petals.  Medium-tall plant is vigorous with deep green foliage.  One of top-rated exhibition roses of all time!

Veterans' Honor

Photo courtesy of Jackson & Perkins

 



Best deep red to come along in some time.  Big blooms have high centers with exhibition form and are borne on long, straight stems.  Blooms have 25-30 petals and are 5 to 5 1/2 inches across.  Plant is a tall grower.

Other recommended Hybrid Teas:

Barbara Bush
Dr. Bob Harvey
Dublin
Elizabeth Taylor
Fragrant Lace
Here's Sam
Lovers Lane
Marlan's Day
MuLan
Opening Night
Pat's Choice
Sensation
Suffolk
Uncle Joe

GRANDIFLORAS

Variety

Description

Dream Come True

 


Give this AARS award-winning variety time to get established and it will do well.  The blooms are very colorful and will catch your eye in the garden.

Dick Clark


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

Creamy, pink edges, ages to dark red .  Moderate, cinnamon, spice fragrance.  30 petals.  Average diameter 4.5".  Medium, full (26-40 petals), borne mostly solitary, classic hybrid tea bloom form.  Blooms in flushes throughout the season.  Long, pointed buds.  Tall, bushy, upright.  Large, glossy, dark green foliage.  Height of 5' to 5½'   Width of 3' to 4' (90 to 120 cm). 

Fragrant Plum

Fragrant Plum bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

Mauve or purple blend. Strong, fruity fragrance.  20 to 25 petals.  Medium to large, double (17-25 petals) bloom form. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. 

 

Gold Medal


Photo courtesy of Edmunds Roses


Tall plant with medium-size exhibition blooms that are deep yellow with orange-red edges and have 30-35 petals.  Introduced in 1983, this rose has proven to be a winner in the garden and at the show table.  Color is deeper during moderate temperatures.

 

Lagerfeld


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

Fragrant, pale lavender blooms have 30-35 petals and are 4 to 5 inches across.  Elegant exhibition form rose is a tall grower with medium green foliage.

Melody Parfumée

Photo courtesy of Beth's Northern CA Rose Garden

Strong, old rose fragrance.  26 to 40 petals.  Average diameter 4.5". Medium, full bloom form.  Height of 4' to 5'

Other recommended Grandifloras

About Face
Scarlet Knight
Wild Ginger

FLORIBUNDAS

Variety Description
Betty Boop


Photo courtesy of Edmunds Roses and Weeks Roses


Naturally rounded and compact plant produces eye-catching white with red-edged blooms.  Has 6-12 petals and repeat blooms quickly.

Colorific


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

 

This eye-catching rose grows and blooms well.  The vigorous plant has blooms with various shades of orange.  Blackspot resistant, prolific bloom.

Gruss An Aachen


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


Sweetly fragrant compact plants are highly adaptable. Buds open as a large pale pink double flowers and fade to creamy white.  Blackspot resistant, prolific bloom.

Hot Cocoa

Hot Cocoa bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Weeks' Roses



Russet  blooms. Mild, Fruity fragrance.  25 to 30 petals. Average diameter 4". Large, double, ruffled bloom form

Iceberg


Photo courtesy of Edmunds Roses


Medium, compact plants are easy to grow and produce loads of pure white blooms.  One of the top ten roses in the world.  Great in mass plantings.

Julia Child

Julia Child bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier



Butter-yellow. Strong, licorice fragrance.  Average diameter 4".  Medium, full (26-40 petals), in small clusters, old-fashioned bloom form.

Ketchup & Mustard


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


Produces lots of eye-catching medium red with a yellow reverse blooms. Bushy plant is medium in height.

Mardi Gras


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

 

Truly reminiscent of the carefree days of Mardi Gras, this new Floribunda has a large cluster of flowers with bright yellow, orange and pink hues. As a strong repeat bloomer, with a good fragrance, Mardi Gras will likely become one of your garden favorites. In form, this rose would be excellent as either a specimen or a small hedge, and is very heat resistant.

Oh My!


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

 

A new variety with lots of large, velvety red blooms.

Pumpkin Patch


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

 

Produces lots of beautiful caramel orange blooms.  Plant grows and blooms well.

Sexy Rexy

Sexy Rexy bareroot rose

Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier
 


Pink. Mild fragrance.  40 petals. Medium, double (17-25 petals) bloom form.  Medium, upright growth habit.

Sparkle & Shine


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

 

A vigorous, deep yellow variety that will give you lots and lots of quality blooms.

Topsy Turvey

Topsy Turvy bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


Scarlet, white reverse. Mild, apple fragrance.  Average diameter 4". Medium, semi-double (9-16 petals), cluster-flowered, in large clusters bloom form.  Medium, bushy, compact growth habit.  Medium, glossy, dark green foliage.  Height of 24" to 28"

Other recommended Floribundas:

Eureka
Fabulous!
Lady of the Dawn
Playboy

Other recommended Polyanthas

Lullaby
Marie Pavie
Mlle Cecile Brunner
Perle d'Or
White Pet
Wing-Ding

SHRUBS

Variety Description
All the Rage


Photo courtesy of Chamblee's Nursery

This variety from Bailey Nurseries' Easy Elegance series produces lots of nice apricot blooms that are larger than those produced by Knockout.  This variety does not require spraying for disease in our area.

Be-Bop

BE-BOP™Pat 16252
Photo courtesy of Heirloom Roses
Shades of red, yellow, cerise and cream produced in large clusters. These eye-popping colors make a standout of a show in the landscape. Continual bloom, Good disease resistance,  Bloom 3", Petals 4-11

Blushing Knockout

Blushing Knock Out bareroot rose
Photo Courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 



Light pink blooms.  No fragrance.  7 to 11 petals. Medium, single bloom form.

Double Knockout

Double Knock Out bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier



Deep pink/light red.
As you might suspect, this sister seedling of the fame Knock Out  has some sisterly similarities – same great blackspot resistance, same deep pink color & similar grey-green foliage. Yet, as is often the case with sisters, there are those all-important differences to tout – a few more petals & a more compact rounded habit. If you love one, you’ll likely love the other. Medium/Compact & rounded.

Heritage

Heritage bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


Light pink blooms. Strong, lemon fragrance.  40 petals. Average diameter 3.5'. Large, cupped, double bloom form.

Home Run

Home Run   (s)  o.r. bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 

This flame-red offspring of the famous Knock Out rose kicks disease resistance up a notch higher! Home Run not only has phenomenal fortitude against blackspot, but also has complete resistance to powdery mildew and high tolerance to downy mildew. Nearly always in flower, the rounded, bushy plants hit a grand slam in the landscape and score lots of points in a pot, too.

Knock Out

KNOCK OUT™ (RADrazz) Pat 11836
Photo courtesy of Heirloom Roses

 

 

Rounded, bushy plant is easy to grow and highly disease resistant.  Blooms are magenta with 5-7 petals.  Looks stunning in mass plantings.

My Girl


Photo courtesy of Chamblee's Nursery

 

From the Bailey Nurseries' Easy Elegance series, this variety is just as disease-resistant as Knockout, but has better flowers.  The deep pink blooms generally have good size.  The plant will grow medium in height.

Peppermint Pop


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


From the same hybridizer as the famous Knockout, this variety has light pink blooms with a white reverse.  The bushy, medium-height plants grow and bloom well and are just as disease-resistant as Knockout.

Pink Knock Out

Pink Knock Out bareroot rose
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier

 


Knock Out set the stage for black spot resistance and you will probably see a multitude of Knock Out knockoffs as the wave of the future. Fortunately, this medium pink is a color mutation or “sport” of the original and boasts a softer, easier color while still maintaining the original’s great plant qualities….a great rounded habit, single flower form and “no spray” black spot resistance. Great for mass plantings where a carefree rose is needed.

Sally Holmes

Photo courtesy of Heirloom Roses

Large, tightly packed trusses of rich, ivory-white single flowers with golden centers on a vigorous, compact bush. `Sally Holmes' has proven to be one of the most outstanding shrub roses. It is now rated the second highest by the American Rose Society. A wonderful shrub rose that should be in the gardens of all those who love white roses. Over 60 blooms to a truss. Always in bloom

 

Other Recommended Shrubs:

Carefree Beauty
Carefree Delight
Distant Drums
Folksinger
Gee Whiz
Graham Thomas
Hawkeye Belle
Heart 'n' Soul
Honeysweet
Joseph F. Lamb
Morey's Pink
Queen Bee
Quietness
Rural Rhythm
Sunbonnet Sue
William Shakespeare 2000

CLIMBERS

Variety Description
Altissimo


Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier
 



Vigorous grower, blooms on both old and new wood.  Blooms have 5-7 petals and are dark velvety red with a striking yellow eye.

America

Rosa Climbing (America o.r.)
Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier
 



Salmon-pink, Orange-pink & orange-pink blend  blooms.  Mild  fragrance. 43 petals. Average diameter 3".  

 

Don Juan

Don Juan bareroot rose

Photo courtesy of Regan Nursery and their supplier
 



Dark red  blooms. Strong fragrance.  Height of 8' to 12'  

Fourth of July


Photo courtesy of 
Jeff Garrett
 



Nice, bright color combination of red with white stripes.  Heavy bloomer, even in heat.  Vigorous plant has sparkling green foliage.  One of few climbers to win AARS honors.

Other Recommended Climbers:

Compassion
Parade
Sombreuil

MINIATURES

Variety Description

Arcanum

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Photo courtesy of Rosemania

 



Cream rose with deep apricot edging is a show stopper.  Medium-size plant has dark green, glossy foliage.

Bee's Knees


Photo courtesy of Almost Heaven Roses Roses




Beautiful medium yellow bloom with pink edging. Lots of exhibition blooms with pinpoint centers, beautiful foliage, and long stems. What more could you ask for. Should be in every rose growers garden. Definitely a queen contender. Blooms constantly even in heat.
Best of '04


Photo courtesy of Whit Wells
 



Yellow and orange. None to mild fragrance. Average diameter 1.75". Medium, double (17-25 petals), borne mostly solitary, exhibition bloom form.

Fairhope

Fairhope
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Creamy light yellow hybrid tea shaped blooms are borne on strong stems.  One of the top exhibition miniatures of all time.

Giggles

Giggles
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Peachy pink blooms of exhibition form on a very strong bush. 

Glowing Amber

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Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Great red and yellow bi-color blooms with great form and pinpoint center.  Does best on Fortuniana rootstock.

 

Hilde

Hilde
Photo courtesy of Bridges Rose
 




Large, high centered, exhibition blooms of red and white on a strong plant. 

Hot Tamale

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Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Orange-red with yellow reverse blooms have 35-40 petals.  Blooms have classic hybrid tea form and exhibit well.

 

Incognito

Incognito
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Lavender blooms with yellow reverse have good exhibition form.  Medium-tall plant.

Irresistible

IRRESISTIBLE ™
Photo courtesy of John's Miniature Roses
 



The flowers are a soft creamy white with a light blush pink center depending on the weather.  An upright bush 24 inches tall.

 

Memphis Queen

Photo courtesy of Lazaro Potestad
Photo coutesy of Two Sisters Roses
 


Pure white exhibition form blooms with lots of petals.  Plant is easy to grow and good in garden or for show.

Miss Flippins

Miss Flippins,rose,Rose,Miniature Roses
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Medium red blooms have good exhibition form.  Plant appears to like a little shade in heat of summer.

 

Party Girl


Photo courtesy of Nor'East Roses

 



Spicy fragrance.  An outstanding, high-centered bloom of soft apricot yellow, flushed with salmon pink. Exhibition form. Plant is upright and vigorous. A top exhibition rose in the US. 1981 Award of Excellence.

 

Pierrine

Pierrine,Miniature Roses,roses,rose,romance,love
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Beautiful medium pink has good exhibition form.  Excellent all-around rose.

Sam Trivitt

Sam Trivett
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 




Soft apricot exhibition blooms on a compact plant with dark green foliage.

Soroptimist International

Soroptimist International
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 




Pink blend  blooms.  Mild fragrance.  41 petals. Average diameter 1.5". Small, full bloom form.

 

Tennessee

miniature roses - Tennessee
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Exhibition form salmon pink blooms with a lighter reverse.  Vigorous plant produces lots of blooms

X-Rated


Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Beautiful white blooms have blush of deep pink on edges of petals.  Relatively fast growing plant has long stems.

Other Recommended Miniatures:

Admirable
Baby Boomer
Cal Poly
Chattooga
Cinderella
Erin Alonso
Luis Desamero
Marie Jeannette
Merlot
Millie Walters
Minnie Pearl
Nancy Jean
Piña Colada
Pink-n-Pretty
Saluda
Salute
Sweet Caroline
Sweet Melody
Ty

MINIFLORAS

Variety Description
Ashton


Photo Courtesy of Two Sisters Roses

 


Pink blend blooms with 17-25 petals. 1.5" diameter blooms borne mostly solitary. Full bloom form with lots of exhibition potential.
Whit Wells, Hybridizer
Height  24" - 36"
Mild fragrance

Autumn Splendor

 



Produces beautiful, large yellow with red edge blooms.  Eye-catching rose grows well and blooms profusely.

Butter Cream

Photo courtesy of Michelle LeVan-Steklenski
 



Yellow (butter), medium yellow blooms.  No fragrance.  26 to 40 petals. Average diameter 2". Large, borne mostly solitary, exhibition, full, high-centered bloom form.  

Cachet

 


Large white miniflora is good exhibition rose as well as cut flower.  Bush has large green foliage

Cooper

 

 

Dark red, very prolific bloomer.  Plant grows tall and is vigorous.

 

Dr. John Dickman

 



Red edge, white reverse, mauve & mauve blend blooms. Moderate fragrance. 26 to 40 petals. Average diameter 2". Medium, borne mostly solitary, exhibition, full bloom form.

Foolish Pleasure

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Photo courtesy of Rosemania
 



Introducing one of the latest miniflora roses from hybridizer, David Clemons. The more we see this beautiful rose, the more we like it. A vigorous grower with many blooms that last a long time. This is a lovely rose that has already shown its presence on the show table. We feel it is David's best yet!

Leading Lady

Leading Lady
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



A gorgeous exhibition form miniflora with blooms of white blushed with light pink centers. An abundance of beautiful blooms and foliage come on a vigorous plant. (Tall)

Louisville Lady


Photo courtesy of Two Sisters Roses
 

Lighter reverse, deep pink  blooms. None to mild fragrance.  26 to 40 petals. Average diameter 2".  Large, borne mostly solitary, exhibition, full bloom form. Bushy, spreading, tall growth habit. Large, glossy, dark green foliage.
Whit Wells Hybridizer
Height  24" - 36"
Mild fragrance.

Mary Alice

 

 

 


Bright yellow blooms on a tall, vigorous bush.  Cut bloom lasts a long time in a vase.  

Memphis King

MEMPHIS KING
Photo courtesy of Heirloom Roses

 


Exhibition deep red with lots of petals from Whit Wells. Probably his best yet. Already a Proven winner  as Mini Queen at Nationals In Tulsa. Has placed 19 in the top 25 in its Second year of showing. A must have for  exhibitors 

Overnight Scentsation


Photo courtesy of Nor'East Miniature Roses
 



Very fragrant miniflora that has been in space!  Large medium-pink blooms with lots of petals grows well.  Good container variety.

 

Tiffany Lynn

Tiffany Lynn
Photo courtesy of Bridges Roses
 



Flowers light to medium pink at edges, blending to white in center. Large high-centered slightly Fragrant. Medium green semi-glossy foliage, bushy growth.

Whirlaway


Photo courtesy of Angel Gardens

 

 



White or white blend.  26 to 40 petals. Average diameter 2".  Tall, upright growth habit. Medium, semi-glossy, medium green foliage

Other Recommended Minifloras

Abby's Angels
Camden
Conundrum
Dr. Troy Garrett
Equinox
Fitzhugh's Diamond
Memphis Magic
Memphis Music
Patriot's Dream
Peter Cottontail
Rachel
Regina Lee
Robin Alonso
Rocky Top
Roxie
Sassy Cindy
Starship
Sweet Cheeks

Tiffany Lite

OLD GARDEN ROSES

Variety Description

Vick's Caprice

Mr. Vick found this striped flower sport on an ‘Archiduchess Elisabeth d’Autriche’ in his Rochester, New York garden in 1891. Its flowers are large, fully double, and cupped. Its most remarkable feature is the floral coloration - an irregular striping of soft pink and lilac with random flecks of white. Like its parent, it has an upright habit, soft green foliage, few thorns, an excellent fragrance, and makes a very nice cut flower.

Souvenir de la Malmaison

Souvenir De La Malmaison
Photo courtesy of Edmunds' Roses


First introduced in 1843 to commemorate the famous rose garden established by Josephine I near Paris. It is considered to be the best of the French bourbons and certainly the most reliable for repeat bloom and adaptability. The many-petaled, blush pink flowers open flat and quartered and are endowed with wonderful spicy-sweet perfume. The plants are compact with wide, dark green, semi-glossy foliage. Ideal for the front of the border or containers.

Kronprinzessin Viktoria von Preussen


Photo Courtesy of Antique Rose Emporium

 


Cream, yellow center. Moderate fragrance.  Large, very double bloom form.  Blooms in flushes throughout the season.  Upright growth habit.  
Height of 4'  Width of 36". 

 

Marchesa Boccella


Photo Courtesy of Antique Rose Emporium

A mild confusion surrounds this rose, since it is apparently the same plant that was also sold much later under the name ‘Jacques Cartier’. ‘Marchesa Boccella’ is in constant bloom, one of the few members of the class to justify the "perpetual" in its name. The delicate pink flowers are flat, petal-crowded confections that sit in clusters of three atop healthy, jade green foliage.

Mademoiselle de Sombreuil


Photo courtesy of Antique Rose Emporium

 

White, pink undertones. Mild to strong, tea rose fragrance.  Large, semi-double to double, cluster-flowered bloom form. Blooms in flushes throughout the season.  

 

Other Recommended Old Garden Roses:

Belle des Jaardins
Clotilde Soupert
Crested Moss
Edith de Murat
Empress Josephine
Francis Dubreuil
Ferdinand Pichard
Rosa Eglanteria
Rosa Moschata
Baron Girod de l'Ain

Sources


Because of the volatility in the rose market, sources for individual roses are no longer listed.  Instead, below is a listing of sources that our members have used, with contact information for them.  It's also a good idea to check our local nurseries.
Beaty's Fertilizer, Holcomb's Nurseries, Ooltewah Nursery and Green Thumb Nursery.

 

Antique Rose Emporium
9300 Lueckemeyer Road
Brenham, TX 77833
1-800-441-0002
www.antiqueroseemporium.com

K&M Nursery
1260 Chicora River Road
Buckatunna, MS 39322
601- 648-2908
Fax: 601-648-2151
www.kandmroses.com
 

Cool Roses (Foruniana grafted)
888 Chase Road
West Palm Beach, FL 333415
561-684-2421
www.coolroses.com

 

Regan Nursery  
4268 Decoto Road  
Fremont , CA 94558
800 249-4680  
www.regannursery.com

Edmunds' Roses
6235 SW Kahle Road
Wilsonville, OR 97070-9727
888-481-7673
www.edmundsroses.com
 

Rosemania
4020 Trail Ridge Drive
Franklin, TN 37067
888-600-9665
www.rosemania.com

 

Heirloom Roses
24062 NE Riverside Drive
St. Paul, Oregon 97137
Tel: 503- 538-1576
Fax: 503- 538-5902

www.heirloomroses.com

 

Roses Unlimited (own root roses)
363 N. Deerwood Drive
Laurens, SC 29360
864-682-7673
www.rosesunlimitedownroot.com

 

John's Miniature Roses
24062 NE Riverside Drive
St. Paul, Oregon 97137
Tel: 800- 820-0465
Fax: 503- 538-5902
www.johnsminiatureroses.com

 

S& W Greenhouse
P. O. Box 30
White House, TN 37188
info@sw-greenhouse.com
www.sw-greenhouse.com

 

Wells Mid-South Roses
www.forloveofroses.com

 

Witherspoon Rose Culture
www.witherspoonrose.com/