White Yellow Roses
Tineke Hybrid Tea Rose
Originally introduced in the cut flower industry, this is one of the best garden whites to come along in a long time. Completely resistant to spotting from rain or dew. It has great, dark green, matte foliage and no disease. It has won its share of trophies for exhibitors all around the country.
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Charlotte yellow shrub rose flower
Exquisite flowers of a soft yellow color. The blooms start off beautifully cupped, later opening out to form a rosette shape. Each bloom is packed with numerous small petals, arranged around a classic button eye. There is a medium-strong and very pleasant Tea Rose fragrance. A very free flowering variety which repeats well. Charlotte has excellent green foliage and a compact, bushy habit, with even, upright growth.
A famous parent of today’s yellow roses, and one which should be in every collector’s garden. Chrome yellow, very double flowers on short stems bloom all along canes that are the reddish brown common in this class of roses. Moderately thorny. The licorice scent is also typical of the class, the same as Austrian Copper and Harison’s Yellow, which are both close relatives.
Formerly known as ‘Peaudouce’; ‘Elina’ is one of the healthiest Hybrid Tea roses. The pale primrose-yellow flowers are in the form of very large, delicately refined blooms. They are borne singly on a strong, extremely healthy, bushy plant. There is a slight fragrance.
Peace Hybrid Tea Rose
Peace Hybrid Tea Rose Light yellow, occasionally lightly flushed with pink. Large, globular, rather heavy blooms, that are perhaps most beautiful when fully opened. Strong and completely reliable. May be grown as a shrub.
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.
The Pilgrim Climbing Rose Shrub Wallpaper
This is one of the most beautiful English Climbing Roses, producing nicely-shaped medium-large flowers. Each bud opens to reveal many petals, which form a shallowly-cupped rosette, eventually opening out quite flat. The color is a very attractive, soft but pure shade of yellow, the petals paling slightly towards the edges. The flowers are produced freely, repeating well. The Pilgrim has a fine fragrance which is a perfect balance of tea and myrrh. The plentiful green foliage compliments the flowers perfectly.
The Pilgrim Rose Shrub
Beautifully formed, large, quartered soft golden yellow blooms open flat with many small petals, that are paler yellow around the edge. The shrub can climb in temperate climates to 10 feet but it can be kept shorter if pruned after it blooms. The growth is strong, healthy, and upright. The leaves are medium green and black spot and rust resistant, although it can be susceptible to mildew. The blossoms exude a strong fragrance that is a blend of tea and myrrh.