This new large-flowered climber is a very different rose for colder climates. Above and Beyond combines extreme cane hardiness, reliable spring flowering and vigorous growth. Orange flower buds open in prolific clusters of five or more apricot colored semi-double to double flowers. Plants bloom in mid- to late-spring with sporadic repeat flowering in summer. With extreme cane hardiness, Above and Beyond can be a climber or a nice large free-standing shrub in colder regions where plant dieback from cold is not an issue. This cane hardy, large-flowered rose blooms reliably in spring making it a welcome addition in colder climates and is very resistant to fungal diseases.
A multi-colored spectacle with tight, coral buds swirling open to apricot-colored blossoms with luminous yellow centers, blooming steadily all season so there will always be a range of colors to admire.
An exciting rose from the Canadian Artist Rose series, Campfire has exceptional hardiness combined with eye-catching blooms & bright glossy foliage. Shapely buds with yellow & red tones open to semi-double flowers of yellow, edged in a deep rosy pink. As the season progresses, the pink edging becomes more prominent and produces an incredible smoldering blend of yellow and deep pink blooms that continue until frost. Dark green glossy foliage has excellent disease resistance; stems are smooth with only the occasional short thorns. Campfire's luminescent blooms on a compact shrub will light up a landscape.
Rose Easy Elegance Como Park has glossy, dark green foliage and neat, upright, mounded habit is attractive even without the blooms. It's covered in clusters of bright, red, 3" blossoms. A garden jewel that shows excellent resistance to black spot.
Incredible color and petite size. This everblooming gem has double blooms whose outer petals are dark pink changing to orange and finally to bright yellow at the center. Small, perfectly rounded form. Highly disease resistant and own root.
Bright coral-orange blooms cover this small mounding shrub from mid-spring to mid-fall. Coral Drift® Rose has the most vibrant flowers that catch your eye and really wow. Fully winter hardy and disease resistant.
A Close relative of the famous Knock Out rose, it Combines the disease resistant attributes that made Knock Out such a popular garden plant, with an abundance of double, cherry-red flowers. Plant habit is slightly smaller than Knock Out, making it perfect for the smaller gardens. Double Knock out thrives in humid climates without spraying.Does not require dead-heading to continue blooming.Combines well in the landscape border with perennials and Clematis.Grows in full sun with adequate moisture during the dry part of the summer.
Clusters of deep cerise buds open to blooms of cherry red backed by deep green foliage tinged slightly with burgundy. In fall, foliage takes on a deeper burgundy cast and bright orange-red hips appear.
An exhibition of color, Music Box sings with double blooms of creamy yellow centers surrounded by delicate pink blends. An everblooming mound of blossoms sits atop glossy medium green foliage that is resistant to disease. An ideal accent that will bring harmony to your garden.
Adorable, round, deep pink buds are held in cluster of 5 to 30, opening to ruffly blossoms so full they almost hide the centers. Backed by medium green foliage. Compact, upright habit with good repeat bloom, My Girl makes a dazzling color statement in any border.
Peach Drift® Rose is one of the most floriferous dwarf shrubs available. Soft peach blooms cover the plant from mid-spring to the first hard freeze of late Fall. Peach Drift® Rose pairs well with perennials in any landscape. Exhibits strong disease resistance.
Pink Drift Rose is low-growing with distinctive mounded flowers. Deep pink flowers with a soft faded center bloom in abundance throughout the season. This disease-resistant plant is easy to care for and easy to combine with other perennials.
Finally, a hardy tree rose. This introduction from our award-winning rose breeding program was developed especially for the northern garden. The soft pink blossoms combined with the light green foliage gives the impression of spring apple blossoms. Excellent disease resistance. Attractive as a vertical accent among low-growing roses and/or perennials.
Popcorn Drift Rose represents a new color in the Drift® series. The color starts out yellow and fades to cream white, sometimes suffused with light pink. The overall impression is yellow and cream; reminiscent of buttery popcorn.
Intense color with a superior performance. Screaming Neon has vibrant flower power and repeat blooms throughout the season. This compact rose is remarkably rich and disease resistant. Dark green foliage provides the perfect backdrop to neon-red blooms. Foliage turns a lovely burgundy-red in fall. Own root.
Sunrise Sunset Rose is bathed in stunning hot pink flowers with peach overtones and yellow streaks at the ends of the stems from late spring to late summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. It has bluish-green foliage throughout the season. The oval compound leaves turn yellow in fall.
You don't have to be a Super Hero to grow great roses. Without super human effort you'll be able to enjoy gorgeous, hybrid tea-shaped blooms all season long. Clusters of perfect, red blossoms stand out strongly against clean, medium to dark green, satiny foliage. Try this neat, compact, disease-resistant shrub in the border or foundation planting.
Sweet Drift Rose offers beautiful clusters of clear pink double flowers sit atop dark green glossy foliage. Abundant, continuous flowering and exceptional disease resistance makes this a perfect choice for use along pathways, hillsides or at the front of a border.
The White Drift Rose is the newest addition to the Drift® series. It has bright white, fully double blooms perfectly shaped like a miniature rose flower. It has a true ground cover habit, with the superior disease resistance you would expect from a Drift Groundcover Rose.