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.
Everything old is new again…or is it the other way around? Here’s a clean mean flowering machine whose big bountiful beauties reek with old rose romance, style & fragrance. Each lovely blossom invites you to bury your nose…to swoon from the perfume of the ‘old time’ roses of your dreams.
We were wondering how we could improve the award-winning Easy-To-Love® collection – the best true rose collection containing fully petaled varieties with very good disease resistance. Well, it’s quite simple! We’ve added a missing color to the collection with the pink flowering variety Easy To Please. Just like its name, this floribunda will please everyone! True quality roses - Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda and Climbers.
This beautiful new selection has the same flower power and soft, graceful stems of other Chiffon varieties, but with large, lacy, soft pink flowers. The wonderful clear pink color is very distinctive in late summer gardens. Excellent backdrop to mixed borders, as a specimen plant or trained into a small tree. Young plants are well suited to containers. Deciduous.
This first introduction praises the true heart and integrity of Anna, lady’s maid to Lady Mary Crawley in NBC-Universal’s popular Downton Abbey drama series. The unique color combination of golden petals with a pink blush and glowing bronze reverse is a fitting representation of Anna’s character. Elegant blossoms surrounded by glossy, green foliage, exude a spicy, fruit fragrance. This graceful plant includes strong blossom stems for bouquets in the parlor.
Elegant long buds of cream begin to 'frost' with blushes of corally orange as they spiral open. But this one doesn't melt in your hands, it holds on to the plant for a great display of color and flower power...big clusters held high for all to see. Very good disease resistance means her 'wrapper' of green stays handsome in the garden for a full season of scrumptiousness.