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Image of Rosa banksiae photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Lady Banks Rose)

A rambling, semi-evergreen shrub rose native to mountainous regions of western and Central China, Lady Banks' rose first entered European gardens in the early 19th century. Unlike modern roses, it blooms only once a year in late spring producing lots of single,double or semi-double ivory or pale yellow roses on long, nearly thornless, cascading stems. It is vigorous, large and requires a lot of space to grow.

Semi-evergreen, glossy, compound leaves cover the scrambling, cascading branches of...

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Jackson & Perkins® Company

(Lady Banks Rose, Yellow Lady Banks Rose)

A large, rambling, semi-evergreen shrub rose native to mountainous regions of western and Central China, Lady Banks' rose ‘Lutea’ was first introduced at the Calcutta Botanical Garden shortly after 1800. It is loved and admired for its spring bounty of small, lightly scented, double yellow roses borne on long, cascading stems that are nearly thornless. Unlike modern roses, it blooms only once a year.

Semi-evergreen, glossy, compound leaves cover the scrambling, cascading branches of yellow...

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James H. Schutte

(Coral Beauty Rose, Polyantha Rose)

Polyantha roses are reblooming shrub roses with low growing to spreading habits. The cultivar 'Coral Beauty' is a fine selection that produces large sprays of small, single coral flowers all season.

This rose is frost hardy and grows best where provided with at least two months of winter chill. Like most roses, it prefers full to part sun, moist, perfectly drained soil and sites with good air flow. Plant it as a low growing hedge, in mixed borders or allow it to cascade over a stone wall.

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David L. Morgan

(Polyantha Rose, The Fairy Polyantha Rose)

Polyantha roses are garden classics valued for their compact habit, long season of bloom and fantastic clusters of small, mildly fragrant flowers. The cultivar 'The Fairy' produces large sprays of small, delicate, double, pale pink, flowers from early summer through fall. It is markedly cold hardy and grows best in temperate climates with enough winter chill to allow for dormancy.

Roses prefer full to partial sun, moderate temperatures and perfectly drained, slightly acid soil with average...

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James H. Schutte

(Polyantha Rose, Verdun Rose)

Polyantha roses are garden classics valued for their compact habit, long season of bloom and fantastic clusters of small, mildly fragrant flowers. The cultivar 'Verdun' produces large sprays of double, carmine flowers all season.

This rose is cold hardy and grows best in temperate climates with enough winter chill to allow for dormancy. Like most roses, it prefers full to part sun, moist, perfectly drained soil and sites with good air flow. Use as a low growing hedge, in mixed borders, or in...

Image of Rosa rugosa photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Rugosa Rose)

Cold hardy, beautiful and tough, rugosa rose is a dense, thorny shrub rose native to eastern Asia. It is admired for its beautiful flowers and fruits as well as its resiliency to cold, high winds, ocean salt and drought. It has been introduced to North America and has naturalized across a large area of the northeast and Alaska.

The canes of rugosa rose are thickly covered with small, sharp thorns and compound rosaceous leaves with coarse, green leaflets that turn yellowish gold or bronzy shades...

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Bosh Bruening

(Moje Hammarberg Rose, Rugosa Rose)

The tough 'Moje Hammarberg' is a dense, free standing shrub rose that produces many large, fragrant, magenta-red flowers that are fully double. These may bloom from late spring to early summer into fall, though the first flush of flowers is the heaviest. Its canes are thickly covered with small sharp thorns and coarse green leaves that turn to yellowish and bronzy hues in fall. Spent flowers turn to bright red, globose hips that resemble small tomatoes.

Cold hardy, beautiful and tough, rugosa...

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Jessie Keith

(Moss Rose)

The approximately 100 species in the genus Portulaca are often useful but also include some common garden weeds. They are naturally distributed across the tropical and subtropical regions of the world, especially those in Africa and South America. Most grow best in dry, sunny, warm sites.

Generally portulacas are herbaceous and annual, though a few perennial species exist. The stems and leaves are fleshy, almost succulent, and the plants well-branched with low, spreading habits. The...

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Mary Moore

(Moss Rose)

Fine, succulent leaves and vibrantly colored flowers make this tough little annual a favorite bedding plant for hot, full sun. Moss rose is a low-growing, spreading plant that originates from South America. When temperatures warm up, it bears glowing pink flowers that just stay open in the morning. Lots of cultivated varieties have been developed that stay open all day, come in a wider array of colors and often have double or semi-double petals.

The bright green leaves of moss rose are fleshy,...

Image of Portulaca grandiflora (TEQUILA SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Moss Rose)

Heat-loving by nature, Portulaca in the Tequila series are densely branched and heavy flowering. The day neutral flowers bloom as much as a week earlier from seed and stay open all day, unlike other moss roses.

These vigorous, low-growing succulent annuals originate from South America. They have bright green, fleshy, needle-like leaves and green, red or magenta stems. In the heat of the summer the succulent bloomers produces many brightly colored rose-like flowers of red, apricot, rose-pink,...