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Rosa 'Black Cherry' PPAF
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PP#18,704. Cultivar name: 'JACreflo'. It may get its name from the large, nearly black buds that begin its marvelous blooms, but Black Cherry undoubtedly gets its fine reputation from the exquisite deep red flowers and rich, old-fashioned damask scent with which it fills the garden all summer. An old-fashioned fragrance that may remind you of your grandmother's garden, it is evocative and irresistible!The blooms are fully double, 3 to 4 inches wide, and very long-lasting after cutting. This floribunda begins flowering in early summer and continues in waves all season, especially if deadheaded promptly. Vigorous and easy, it is resistant to such diseases as powdery mildew and rust, which makes it easier to grow in warmer climates.Black Cherry reaches 3 to 4 feet high and wide, suitable as a low hedge or container subject as well as a border standout. Its flowers are fade-proof and exquisitely formed. Make this reblooming delight an integral part of your sunny garden for ma
Brigadoon Coral Hybrid Tea Rose
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You may think the bright coral blooms of 'Brigadoon' are gorgeous when they first unfurl, but just wait until they start to mature! This award-winning hybrid tea's blooms only get better with age, deepening in intensity and prolonging the show long after others have faded. They reach a full 5 inches across, packed with up to 35 petals and exuding a light spice aroma that puts the icing on the cake. The robust growth of this disease-resistant shrub makes it a necessity for anyone who likes to enjoy their garden more than maintaining it. It reaches 4 feet tall and just about as wide, with a thick covering of glossy, dark green foliage all summer long. Zones 5-9. Var: 'JACpal' (PP#8,591)
Petal Pushers Pink Groundcover Rose
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Just 3 feet tall, this groundcover rose makes up in bloom strength what it lacks in size! From early summer until mid-fall it is covered with large, lightly fragrant clusters of blooms, each as lovely as the most pampered hybrid tea!Fully double, 2½ to 3 inches wide, and boasting a petal count of about 40, the bubblegum-bright pink blooms appear in large sprays, arching outward on 12- to 14-inch stems from the compact, dense habit of this shrub rose. Long-lasting, they begin a few weeks later than many roses, then continue well beyond summer. Petal Pushers may be one of the last roses blooming in the fall garden!Ideal for small-space gardens, hedges, the front of the foundation, or containers, this rose is easy to grow and very heavy-blooming. Make it one of the workhorses of your rose garden, and you will be amazed at its bloom strength. Zones 5-10. Plant Patent #19,484. Var: 'JACloose'
Heirloom Lavender-lilac Hybrid Tea Rose
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Parent of the AARS-winning 'Intrigue', this lovely hybrid tea is notable for its rich lilac color and powerful fragrance! Deep magenta buds slowly unfurl and lighten to a soft lilac as the blooms open, releasing their strong, fruity fragrance with hints of sweet wine and raspberries. Up to 5 inches across in size and held on stems that reach up to 15 inches long, these blooms are as perfect for cutting as they are for supreme garden enjoyment!These upright shrubs reach 3 feet tall and wide and are clothed in lovely dark green foliage that sets off the soft lavender blooms to perfection. Zones 7-10. Var: 'JACbloom' (PP#3,234).
America Salmon-pink Climbing Rose
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Plant Patent #3,682. Cultivar name: 'JACclam'.A classic returns! This beloved large-flowered climber erupts in bloom all summer and into fall on tough, hardy vines that quickly reach 10 to 12 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide.And such blooms! Fully double, bursting with 30 to 35 petals each, the 4- to 5-inch flowers are a luscious pink suffused with salmon and coral, with lighter tones on the petal reverse.Best of all, the flowers have a strong, spicy clove scent! Bred by American hybridizer Bill Warriner, America is a cross of R. 'Fragrant Cloud' x 'Tradition.' Recipient of the 1976 AARS Award. Zones 6-9.
Rose Pope John Paul II
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PP#19,107. (cv. 'JACsegra.') This elegant rose is the showpiece of the Vatican private garden, and now can be grown in yours as well! Among the finest white roses ever, it produces pure, luminous white, lavishly petaled blossoms with a delightful fresh citrus fragrance. This exceptional new Hybrid Tea has received top ratings for its powerful scent, vigorous growth, superior disease resistance, and perfect bloom form. Zones 5-9.
Heaven on Earth Floribunda Rose
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PP#15,253. Cultivar name: 'KORravreli'. Imagine, the abundance of a floribunda combined with the huge flower size and exquisite form of a hybrid tea! That's exactly what 'Heaven on Earth' has to offer -- and on a vigorous shrub determined to rebloom all summer!This Kordes introduction sets massive 5-inch blooms of rich apricot, maturing to shades of pink over time. The blooms are heavily cupped and whorled, with the classic quartered pattern beloved of cabbage roses (and modern-day David Austin English Roses). Packed with petals, the flowers emit a strong, spicy scent that is simply irresistible. And when you see them opening in large clusters all over this rather compact shrub, the impact of their size and number really becomes huge!Grown in Germany without growth enhancers or artificial chemicals, 'Heaven on Earth' is naturally disease-resistant, particularly to powdery mildew and rust. This is a far and delighted cry from those finicky hybrid teas Grandmother used to grow, always ne
Rose Midas Touch PP#8,706
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Plant Patent #8,706. Cultivar name: 'JACtou'. Even if you don't share my love for yellow roses, how can you resist the positively neon-bright golden blooms of cheery, easy-as-pie Midas Touch? So weather-resistant you'll wonder if it's really a rose, this hybrid tea holds its color proudly, even in hot weather, and releases a pleasant, fruity-sweet fragrance into the summer air. What a delight!The fully double, beautifully formed 3- to 4-inch blooms are very long-lived in the vase, too. They have a nice design detail: the outermost petal tips are softly recurved, creating a point in the center of each petal. No wonder this 1992 introduction promptly won recognition from the AARS!If you are prey to bad weather (and who isn't?), this is the shrub to grow! Very weather-resistant, this vigorous plant reaches 3 to 3 1/2 feet tall and wide, with fresh, disease-resistant foliage that keeps the garden looking healthy. All this and gorgeous color, too! It doesn't get much better than this
Rose Sunny Knock Out PP#18,562
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Plant Patent #18,562. Cultivar name: 'RADsunny'. Just when you think the Knock Out series may be complete, another new look comes along to astound and delight! Sunny Knock Out has large blooms that open buttery yellow, then mature through all stages of cream and ivory to pure white. But its most interesting feature is that unlike the others in the series, it is fragrant, releasing a woodsy, apple-like scent best described as sweetbriar.These single blooms reach 3 inches across and radiate soft, bright color from late spring until first hard frost. Very abundant, they lighten and brighten any setting, and once they are fully blooming, the combination of yellow, cream, and white blooms is breathtaking. This plant tends to repeat in great waves, so it is seldom caught of bloom over its long, long season!Like other Knock Outs, Sunny is very resistant to blackspot as well as to mildew, rust, and Japanese beetles. Vigorous and very well-branched, it reaches 4 to 4 1/2 feet tal
Simplicity Pink Hedge Rose
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The Rose that started it all! Simplicity is widely credited with being the first hedge rose, and its 1978 introduction changed the way we gardened with Roses forever! Repeat-blooming and very floriferous, its real advantage was its full, bushy, well-branched habit, which looks good in a border or mixed planting and doesn't need the wide spacing of traditional Roses. This floribunda brought Roses into areas of the garden where they had never been, and our landscape is so much richer for it!Simplicity is about 5 feet tall and nearly as wide, the perfect size for a hedge, screen, foundation, or back of the border planting. Several times each summer it simply covers itself in huge clusters of 3-inch blooms, each soft pink blossom lightly fragrant and very long-lasting. Boasting up to 18 petals, these fully double blooms are exquisite in any setting, but as a hedge or large planting, they simply bowl you over.Named for its ease of care, Simplicity is famously unfussy, needing
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