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James H. Schutte

(Grandiflora Rose, Scarlet Knight Grandiflora Rose)

Like most Grandiflora roses, Scarlet Knight is a tall, upright shrub with very large flowers at the tip of short stems. Its flowers are lightly fragrant, double (extra petals), cupped and dark red, borne singly or in clusters of up to five that cover the canopy of the plant during the first flush of bloom. Removing spent flowers and spent stems encourages the growth of new stems and another flush of bloom. Flowering can continue from early summer into autumn. Flowers last well on the plant and darken...

(Hybrid Tea Rose, Queen Mary 2™ Hybrid Tea 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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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Autumn Sunblaze Miniature Rose, Miniature Rose)

The charm of a miniature rose lies in its small size and mighty bloom. This one, Autumn Sunblaze, blooms non-stop from late spring into autumn with a profusion of large flowers that are double (extra petals) and reddish-orange. It’s a compact, small deciduous shrub with many upright stems and branches, each tipped with a cluster of up to five flowers. At the height of the first flush of bloom, this little plant almost covers itself with flowers. Though small, it is vigorous, with good resistance...

(Hybrid Tea Rose, Lady X Hybrid Tea Rose)

Mauve is an unusual color for a hybrid tea rose, one reason that Lady X is a prized cultivar. Another is its vigor. This is a big, upright, much-branched deciduous shrub, blooming in flushes of large, double (extra petals) flowers at the tips of new stems from early summer into autumn when spent flowers and spent stems are removed to encourage new flushes of bloom. The leaves are leathery and medium-green, and the stems are thorny.

Like most roses, Lady X (also known as ‘Meifigu’) grows and flowers...

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James Burghardt

(Alba Meidiland™ Shrub Rose, Shrub Rose)

Like drifts of snow in the summer, Alba Meidiland™ is a prolific bloomers that’s virtually trouble-free. Introduced in 1987 by the Meilland family of rose hybridizers, this particularly hardy cultivar is the result of crossing Rosa sempervirens and Rosa ‘Marthe Carron.’

Alba Meidiland™ is a woody deciduous shrub with stems lined with sharp woody thorns. It has a semi-prostrate habit with arching canes and shiny deep green leaves that are resistant to the many fungal diseases...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Sevillana® Shrub Rose, Shrub Rose)

When a shrub rose is in bloom the show is often astounding and can last for months, with some help. Most shrub roses are much-branched, with clusters of several to many flowers at the tip of almost every branch. This one, Sevillana, has 5 to 20 flowers per cluster, opening one or two at a time for a long while. The flowers are semi-double (extra petals) and true red. When fully open, they reveal a white center. In the first flush of bloom, which has the greatest number of clusters, the plant appears...

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Jessie Keith

(Groundcover 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, Sonia Grandiflora Rose)

A vigorous grandiflora rose, Sonia blooms with medium-sized, high-centered, double (extra petals) flowers that are highly fragrant and a pink blend in color. This vigorous, much-branched deciduous shrub bears its flowers singly or in clusters on new stems long enough for cutting. The leaves are leathery, glossy and dark green and the stems are thorny.

Like most roses, Sonia (also known as ‘Meihelvet’) grows and flowers best in full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. It also needs a steady supply...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Hybrid Tea Rose, Lasting Peace Hybrid Tea Rose)

Hot coral blossoms cover this contemporary relative of the famous ‘Peace’ rose. This variety was introduced in France in 1996 by the well-known Meilland family of rose hybridizers. This deciduous rose is long-lived and large enough to present a significant presence in the garden.

Lasting Peace™ is a hybrid tea rose with a strong upright, bushy habit and stems lined with sharp woody thorns. It has shiny, leathery, deep olive green leaves. It blooms from early summer through frost, with good care...

(Miniature Rose, Sonia Sunblaze Miniature Rose)

The charm of miniature roses lies in their small size and extravagant bloom. This one, ‘Sonie Sunblaze’ starts flowering in late spring and continues into autumn. It’s a compact deciduous shrub with many upright stems and branches, each tipped with one or two flowers, making a concentrated show of color. The flowers are soft salmon-pink and double (extra petals) with a classic whorled center.

Also known as ‘Meijelior,’ Sonia Sunblaze grows and flowers best in full sun, on average, well-drained...