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Exotic Pink Color Rose

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Exotic Pink color Rose

Exotic Pink Color Rose

Neil Diamond Hybrid Tea Rose Flower

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Neil Diamond Hybrid Tea Rose flower

Neil Diamond Hybrid Tea Rose Flower

Named after the internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Neil Diamond, this vivid yet classically formed hybrid tea rose has striking dark pink and white striped blooms with an intense sweet fragrance.

Peaudouce (Elina) Rose Flower

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Peaudouce (Elina) Rose Flower

Peaudouce (Elina) Rose Flower

Large, exhibition quality light yellow blooms with extraordinary substance hold their form despite having less than 30 petals. The vigorous plants are almost as broad as tall, covered with glossy green foliage that’s quite resistant to disease, especially blackspot which seems to be the nemesis of the yellow spectrum.

John F. Kennedy Hybrid Tea Rose Bud

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John F. Kennedy Hybrid Tea Rose Bud

John F. Kennedy  Hybrid Tea Rose

The Hybrid Tea Rose ‘John F. Kennedy, Rosa sp. ‘John F. Kennedy’, has shimmering white blossoms and is the most fragrant of all the white rose varieties. One of the most beautiful roses, the double flowers appear on a grand bush.

The flourishing fragrance, and perfectly sculpted petals, create an effect of timeless grace, paying tribute to a beloved president. Adding a refreshing coolness to the landscape, the ‘John F. Kennedy’ rose is undaunted by hot summers and blooms in flushes throughout the season.

St. Alban English Rose Flower

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St. Alban English Rose Flower

St. Alban English Rose Flower

The flowers are beautiful at all stages, from the rounded, globular buds to the fully open, many petaled, shallow cups. The color commences as a rich yellow, gradually softening over time. It has a pleasing fresh scent that is hard to define, but is described by our expert as similar to the fragrance we experience when we walk into a florist’s shop. This is a medium-sized shrub, with gracefully arching growth, numerous branches and nicely poised flowers. There is plenty of luxurious, light green foliage. Named in honor of the Royal National Rose Society, the first society of its kind, which founded in 1876 and based in St. Alban’s, Hertfordshire.

Topaz Jewell Rose Flower

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Topaz Jewell Rose Flower

Topaz Jewell Rose Flower

Alos known as the “Yellow Frau Dagmar Hastrup,”  this is one of the few, if only, repeat blooming yellow roses of the rugosa family, which are known for their cold hardiness, disease resistance, and fragrance.  This bush benefits from a harder pruning than what most rugosas need.  The shrub can kept anywhere between 2 to 5 feet high, and can get 7 feet wide if you let it. Beautiful medium yellow open faced blossoms have approximately 20 petals and they have a strong fragrance with a clove scent, similar to Hansa.  Not as vigorous as most rugosas to start.  Once established, they can be pruned regularly to half their size.  This rose is a descendent of Belle Poitevine and Golden Angel.

Malvern Hills Rose Flower

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Malvern Hills Rose Flower

Malvern Hills Rose Flower

It sends long, slender stems to a considerable height, yet still finds the energy to flower again, blooming intermittently throughout the summer and into autumn. Small, fully double blooms of lovely soft yellow are held in medium to large clusters. Attractive polished foliage with small leaflets and few thorns. There is a light Noisette fragrance. It is exceptionally healthy.
Named after the beautiful range of hills not far south of our nursery which have been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Purple Rose Flower

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