Loads of bi-color blooms of golden-orange. Lush green leaves that are very disease resistant. Long stems are good for cutting. 2005 AARS Winner.
Dark red buds appear in clusters of up to 35 that open to bright red to reddish-pink blooms. Produces small red hips. Very disease resistant and makes a good cut flower. Reported to also be hardy in Zone 2
This miniature rose has brilliant orange flowers with deep glossy green leaves. Complete color through the life of the flower.
Continuous bloom with tight coral buds that open to apricot semi- double blossoms with yellow centers. Very disease resistant. Good for cutting
Shapely buds open to fully double pink flowers. Thrives best in hot humid summers. Requires hot nights. Black spot free.
Cranberry eye zone st the base of each creamy white petal. Bushy plant that loves to grow and in milder climates may require some shaping. Good black spot resistance and better habit and bloom capicity in colder climates.
From the breeder of the Knockout Rose, this ever-blooming, low-maintenance rose is noted for its semi-double bright yellow flowers, and glossy foliage. A great addition in the cutting garden.
Clear long lasting glowing yellow blooms. Very deep red new shoots and dark green leaves. Strong sweet spice and fruit fragrance.
Clusters of apricot buds open to blooms of white with a hint of apricot before fading to clear white. Disease resistant with medium green foliage.
Continuous bloom with profuse clusters of velvety dark red flowers followed by orange hips in the fall. Disease and pest resistant. Good landscape plant.
Deep red new filiage and large green leaves with a melon orange blushing red flower color. Better size in cool weather and consistent color.
The large full shapely velvety red flowers are held atop straight stems with dark matte-green leaves. Best in warm temperatures.
This Canadian-bred rose is extremely floriferous and a long season bloom. The flowers are borne in clusters so immense that sometimes when in bloom the foliage barely shows amidst all the pink petals. Produces red hips for a great fall interest.
Continuous bloom with outer petals of dark pink, changing to orange and finally to bright yellow at the center. Highly disease resistant. Good for cutting.
Well formed pink buds and blooms. Glossy green foilage and a rounded compact habbit. Proven consistent performer.
Blanketed with clusters of stunning velvety dark red flowers that are excellent for cutting. Glossy foliage with good disease resistance. Fragrant.
Compact habbit with plush pink buds and a hint of cream on the back side of petals. Consistently cute in all climates.
The fuscia-pink flowers offer one of the most intense fragrances of all the Canadian Explorer Series. The disease-resistant foliage makes an excellent addition to the landscape.
(Category: Hybrid Rugosa)
Black/purple flower color with a white "eye" on top of glossy green leaves. Darkens up in cooler conditions.
Most popular variety of the last 30 years. Prolific bush with lots of creamy buds that blush with red. Very fragrant. 1977 AARS Winner.
(Category: Hybrid Tea)
Swirling shades of sunset with mango, peach, and apricot with clustered blooms. Disease resistant foliage. Vigorous and flowerful with glossy foliage. Fragrant. 2010 AARS Winner.
Dusky deep purple buds open to velvet plum blooms that are borne in small clusters. Very fragrant.
This Floribunda rose has orange ruffled flowers which flower readily. Dark green foilage.
Dark gold buds with orange and golden yellow flowers. Low thorned with very resistant deep green foilage. Deeper color in moderate climates.