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New for 2017 Dormant Rose selection

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Our 2017 dormant roses are in the stores and ready for your garden. We only buy California grown roses, which results in a healthier rose, and a smaller carbon footprint.  Learn how to plant dormant roses.

 

All my Loving
This lovely rose was created in England by the talented breeder Gareth Fryer. The long cutting stems are great for bouquets and the plant’s excellent vigor guaranties a profuse flower production. The shapely flower buds are held right on top of the plant for a great show. All My Loving is a true Hybrid Tea with one large flower per stem with large clean leaves.. The color will stay true until the petals drop.

Children’s Hope
Each sale of the Children’s Hope rose helps the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation. This is a blooming machine of a rose! Each little medium red pompom-like flower is produced in big clusters on an even rounded plant. The shorter compact habit makes it ideal for a smaller spot in the landscape or as a focal point in a decorative pot on a balcony or patio. If this describes what you’re looking for in the garden, don’t look any further as Children’s Hope has shown excellent performance with very good disease resistance.

Edith’s Darling
The new addition to the popular series of roses inspired by Downton Abbey characters is a fitting tribute to Lady Edith and her beloved daughter Marigold. This is a true old-fashioned soft apricot-gold gem of a flower. Diminutive in size, with a short, compact & bushy habit. Perfect to fill a border or confined spot in the landscape with a great flowering show of full-sized blooms and long lasting coloration. Exudes a strong fresh cut apple and fruity perfume.

Violet’s Pride
The popular Downton Abbey character Lady Violet, the Dowager Countess of Grantham, is the inspiration for this rose. Violet’s Pride is exquisite with a magenta-colored heart on the inner petals and dense foliage. Features resilience from diseases and a sophisticated grapefruit and fruit-like fragrance from elegant buds and flowers. Vigorous and even rounded bush.

Easy to Please
Fully petaled, Easy To Please is a high performing rose with classic spiraled pink flowers on a bush for which its disease resistance surpasses many landscape shrubs. Has a moderate clove fragrance and vigorous growth.

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