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Bosh Bruening

(Martha Gonzales Rose, Shrub Rose)

Introduced to the West around 1800, China roses are compact, nearly thornless, everblooming shrubs that are parent to many modern everblooming roses.

Found in Texas in the garden of its namesake, 'Martha Gonzalez' has dark red leaves in spring that mature to green. Throughout the growing season it bears single, medium sized, scarlet flowers which open to reveal many yellow stamens. The petals are sometimes streaked with white.

China roses are somewhat cold hardy, so they thrive best in temperate...

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Poulsen Roses

(Shrub Rose, Taos Shrub Rose)

The warm amber-yellow flowered rose Taos™ is a compact low-growing shrub rose that is nearly thornless. It was bred by Pernille Olesen of Fredensborg, Denmark and is the product of a cross between Rosa Amber Hit™ and Rosa Sun Cover™.

This hardy rose is a woody deciduous shrub with few thorns. It has a bushy habit, compound leaves that are glossy and dark to medium green and is everblooming. Throughout the season it produces and medium-sized, double (15-20 petals), cup-shaped...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Knock Out® Rose, Shrub Rose)

The Knock Out® roses are so easy and beautiful. These popular shrub roses are prized for their continuous bloom, hardiness, and disease resistance.

The original Knock Out® produces a profusion of mildly fragrant, semi-double, cherry-red roses all season. These appear above bright green foliage that is tinted with burgundy when it first emerges and then again in fall. Its flowers are followed by orange-red rosehips that are attractive to birds.

This low maintenance rose is very cold hardy....

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Weeks Roses

(Home Run™ Rose, Shrub Rose)

Home Run™ is an easy to grow, compact shrub rose that blooms throughout much of the growing season. It produces many fiery red, single blooms that are mildly fragrant. These appear above dark green foliage that is tinted with burgundy when it first emerges in spring and as it ages in fall. Its flowers are followed by orange rosehips that are attractive to birds.

This selection is mildew and black spot resistant and cold hardy. Like most roses, it prefers full to part sun, moist, perfectly drained...

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Jessie Keith

(Pink Knock Out® Rose, Shrub Rose)

The Knock Out® roses are easy to grow and beautiful throughout the growing season. These popular shrub roses are prized for their continuous bloom, cold hardiness, and excellent disease resistance--especially to blackspot. Pink Knock Out® produces a profusion of mildly fragrant, semi-double, pink roses all season, though its most prolific flowering time is early summer and fall. It was discovered by Israel Montesino of Wilmington, Delaware as a sport of the red-flowered `Radrazz` (PP11836) and was...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Blushing Knock Out®, Shrub Rose)

The Knock Out® roses are so easy and beautiful. These popular shrub roses are prized for their continuous bloom, hardiness, and disease resistance.

Blushing Knock Out® produces a profusion of mildly fragrant, semi-double, pale pink roses all season. These appear above bright green foliage that is tinted with burgundy when it first emerges and then again in fall. Its flowers are followed by orange rosehips that are attractive to birds.

This low maintenance rose is very cold hardy. It prefers...

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James H. Schutte

(Crimson Bouquet™ Grandiflora Rose, Grandiflora Rose)

One of the oldest cultivated ornamentals, Rosa is a broad and complex genus with over 100 species and thousands of cultivated varieties. Roses are woody shrubs or rambling climbers that originate from Northwestern Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. They are either deciduous, evergreen or semi-evergreen, and all have stems lined with sharp woody thorns.

Roses have been grown for their beauty, food, perfume and medicine for nearly 5000 years. Early rose references and depictions...

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Mark A. Miller

(Grandiflora Rose, Tournament of Roses Grandiflora Rose)

The rosy pink, fully double roses of Tournament of Roses have old-fashioned grace and appeal. This classic grandiflora rose was first introduced in 1988 and created to honor the 100th anniversary of the Tournament of Roses New Year’s parade. It is a bushy rose with semi-glossy, disease resistant foliage. This 1989 AARS winner was introduced by Jackson & Perkins, who patented it under the name ‘Jacient.’

Tournament of Roses is a woody deciduous shrub with stems lined with sharp thorns. It has...

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Weeks Roses

(Dream Come True™ Rose, Grandiflora Rose)

Golden blossoms blushed with pink and ruby cover this vigorous grandiflora rose. Dream Come True™ was bred by John David Pottschmidt of Cincinnati Ohio and introduced in 2009 by Weeks Roses of Pomona, California. This deciduous rose is tough, disease resistant and produces lots of fully double blooms ideal for cutting.

Dream Come True™ has a vigorous, bushy habit and stems lined with sharp woody thorns. The foliage is shiny, leathery, and deep green. It blooms from early summer through frost...

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James H. Schutte

(Rainbow Knock Out® Rose, Shrub Rose)

The Knock Out® roses are easy and beautiful. These popular shrub roses are prized for their prolific season-long bloom, hardiness, and disease resistance.

From spring to frost, Rainbow Knock Out® produces masses of mildly fragrant, single, yellow-eyed roses that progress from orange to coral pink. They are followed in fall by orange rosehips that attract birds. The bright green foliage is tinted with burgundy when it first emerges and then again in fall.

This compact, disease resistant, low...