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Rose Catalog - Page 2

Signature Hybrid Tea Rose
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Plant Patent #9,539. Cultivar name: 'JACnor'. Rose Signature is most definitely a rose lover's Rose, and its consistent winning performance on the exhibition floor makes it a great choice for gardeners looking to show their blooms?and win! Highly sought-after for its dazzling color blend, Signature packs each 5- to 6-inch bloom with up to 35 pink petals that offer a creamy reverse and a satiny sheen. They retain their vivid coloring from long, pointed bud to fully unfurled bloom, offer a light fruity fragrance, and are borne on long, straight stems that seem as if they were crafted just for bouquets. Reaching 4 to 5 feet tall and wide, Signature offers clean, dark green foliage with superb disease resistance. If you're looking for a carefree hybrid tea with some of the most jaw-dropping blooms ever seen, then introduce your garden to Signature. Zones 7-10.
Malibu Coral-Cream Hybrid Tea Rose
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Among the most splendid color combinations ever created, this blend of cream, golden, coral, and pink (with a cream reverse) is simply breathtaking. The giant blooms open slowly, releasing a subtle scent redolent of cinnamon and cloves as their petals unfurl from a high center. Exhibition quality, these blooms arise abundantly on perpetually-flowering, vigorous shrubs. Exceptionally cold-hardy, this is the rose to plant in a place of honor in your garden. Var: JACsammy (PPAF)
Hot Tamale Dark Pink-Yellow Miniature Rose
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This diminutive Rose may be short on size, but it more than makes up for it with long-lasting, electric color! Creating a huge impact in even the smallest spaces, 'Hot Tamale' boasts blooms in fine hybrid tea form with a fiery blend of hot pink petals with an orange-yellow reverse.These lightly scented blooms reach 2 to 2½ inches wide, fully packed with up to 40 petals each, and appear throughout the summer on disease-resistant miniature shrubs that reach just 1½ to 2 feet tall. Great for the garden or container, 'Hot Tamale' is long-lived and hardy, a far cry from the miniature roses of old.The flowers change hues several times as they mature. They usually open yellow-orange, maturing to yellow-pink and then finally to pinkish-white. A fully blooming shrub has all shades and colors present at once, for a nice rainbow effect!'Hot Tamale' creates an impact far more impressive than its size would suggest. Consider using it in the foreground of the sunny border as a cover-u
Blaze Improved Crimson Climbing Rose
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Brilliant scarlet-red clusters appear in June in tremendous quantities on this vigorous climber, then continue intermittently all summer and offer ANOTHER heavy showing in early fall! One of the most prolific climbing Roses I've ever had the pleasure of growing, Blaze Improved is a must-have for busy gardeners looking for an easy, very floriferous Rose!The blooms are 2 to 3 inches wide, suffused with rich crimson-scarlet tones, and borne in big clusters against deep green foliage. This is a Rose that really shows off against a white wall or arbor, but also looks good wending its way along a wooden fence, hiding a chain-link fence effectively, or arching out from a trellis. Grows 10-15 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide, spending all its resources making more flowers!The bloom season is Blaze Improved's most impressive feature, but this shrub is also a fine grower, easy to care for and exceptionally vigorous. I recommend it for new gardeners looking to have a successful "first Rose" growing
Rose 'Don Juan'
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Ah, what a romantic devil 'Don Juan' is! Huge, fragrant red blooms dangle from vigorous canes, banked by glossy dark green foliage. Quickly reaching 10 to 12 feet tall and 5 feet wide, this is the climbing rose you want draped over the patio wall, twining up the arbor, or festooning a large trellis. No wonder it's considered the standard red climber, by which all others are judged (and found wanting!).If you saw these 3- to 4-inch blooms without the plant, you'd probably assume they were exhibition-quality hybrid teas. Packed with 30 to 35 petals and boasting a true red hue that won't fade, they are superb cutflowers. And the sight of a fully-blooming vine is astonishing -- no tiny, short-lived blossoms here!'Don Juan' blooms in summer, achieving the best color in areas where the nights are warm. If you live (as I do) in a high-humidity climate, this is the climber you must have! But it's a fine northern performer too, hardy all the way through zone 4.Plant 'Don Juan' in full sun and w
Rose April in Paris Hybrid Tea PPAF
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When Pristine met New Zealand, the result was this remarkably romantic rose. Classic seashell buds slowly spiral open into blooms of the palest dawn pink edged in a solid pink. Substantially petaled, they last and last in a vase. But that's not all -- an intense tea rose scent wafts from the 4½" flowers like an uncorked perfume bottle. Borne mostly singly, and arriving in flushes throughout the season, the creamy, pink-blushed blooms show up brilliantly against the glossy, dark green foliage. April in Paris reaches a height of 5 feet, creating a stunning display in the garden. But don't forget to snip some of those gorgeous blooms for indoor enjoyment! Zones 5-9. Var: JACprize (PPAF)
Disneyland Orange-Pink Floribunda Rose
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It's so novel and absolutely enchanting--visitors at "The Happiest Place on Earth" are always enthralled with this exciting floribunda rose. Encore after encore of incredibly vibrant copper, apricot, orange, and pink blossoms put on a fun-filled, summer-long parade in your garden, too!These brilliantly colored 3" blooms arise in small clusters, appearing in flushes throughout the season, on tall, upright, well-branched bushes. Each one stands out vividly against the glossy, dark green foliage. Don't miss this delightful rose! Var: JACmouse (PP#15,114).
Rose Fourth of July PP#11,518
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Plant Patent #11,518. Cultivar name: 'WEKroalt' (Synonyms: Crazy for You and Hanabi)Here is a Rose that has already stood the test of time, though it was released just a few years ago! Extensively trialed before introduction, an immediate award winner, and the recipient of praise from gardeners across the country, Fourth of July receives my highest recommendation as a repeat-blooming, fragrant, colorful Rose!Fourth of July was introduced in 1999 by master breeder Tom Carruth, and boasts abundant clusters of big, semi-double flowers of deep red striped with clean white. They offer a petal count of 10 to 16 and a rich, enticing fragrance that combines apples with sweet roses -- utterly irresistible! Best of all, they bloom heavily early in the season, then cheerfully repeat all summer.This Rose comes by its good looks and exceptional garden vigor honestly. It is descended from R. Roller Coaster x Altissimo, and underwent 3 years of formal trials before being introduced -- a
Change of Heart Pink-Cream Hybrid Tea Rose
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One of the most unusual roses we've developed, it's our first ever pink with a cream reverse. A true garden standout, this sparkling, two-toned beauty also boasts a fresh, spicy scent. This generous bloomer will give you plenty of beguiling blossoms all summer. Var: JACwypin (Patent 17097)
Lace Cascade White Rose
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Plant Patent #8,689. Cultivar name: 'JACarch.' Fill the garden with summer snow from this vigorous, disease-resistant, repeat-blooming climber! 'Lace Cascade' is a carefree joy of a rose, with big double-flowered floribunda blooms against handsome, healthy dark green foliage. Find a vertical support in your landscape and begin growing this spectacular rose this season.The flowers are fully double, 3½ to 4 inches wide, and lightly fragrant. The petals are held in great layers, each petal tip gently reflexed. Expect up to 20 petals per flower, for a very lush look. The first season is in early summer, with frequent reblooms all the way into early fall.Introduced by Warriner in 1993, 'Lace Cascade' descends from R. 'Iceberg' x R. 'Prairie Fire.' It sets pointed ovoid buds that open to high-centered blooms that self-clean. Blooming on both old and new wood, 'Lace Cascade' is a profuse performer in any climate, even the hot and humid south and southwest. Zones 5-9.
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