Roses

Climbing Roses

Main Category: 
Blaze Improved, CL
The most popular Climbing rose. Produces abundant clusters of pure red flowers. Blooms on new and old wood.
 
Flower Color: Pure even red
Fragrance: Light tea
Flower Size: Medium in large clusters
Petal Count: 20 to 25
Plant Habit: Climbing canes 12 to 14 feet
Hybridizer: Kallay—1932
Parentage: Paul’s Scarlet Climber x Gruss an Teplitz


*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

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Golden Showers, CL
Award-winning. Abundant clusters of fragrant ruffled pure yellow flowers. Bright green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood.

 
Class: Large-flowered Climber
Flower Color: Bright clear yellow 
Fragrance: Sweet licorice
Flower Form: Double
Flower Size: Medium-large
Petal Count: 25 to 28
Growth Habit: Climbing canes 12 to 14 feet
Foliage Color: Bright green
Hybridizer: Lammerts—1956
Parentage: Charlotte Armstrong x Captain Thomas
AARS Winner: 1957
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

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New Dawn, CL
Hardy and vigorous. Large fragrant pale pink flowers. Glossy dark green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood.


Flower Color: Cameo pink
Fragrance: Sweet rose
Flower Form: Double
Flower Size: Large
Petal Count: 35 to 40
Plant Habit: Climbing canes 18 to 20 feet
Parentage: Sport of Dr. W. Van Fleet
 

#3-$24.00

Grandiflora

Main Category: 
Anna's Promise®
Weeks Roses is proud to offer, Anna’s Promise®, the first in a series of garden roses inspired by the Primetime Emmy™ and Golden Globe™ award-winning British television series Downton Abbey.
 
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.
 
Cultivar: WEKdoofat
Patent #: PPAF
Class: Grandiflora
Flower Color: Bicolor golden tan & pink blush with a copper reverse
Fragrance: Moderate fruity with slight spices
Bud Form: Long, pointed & elegant
Flower Form: Double, single or in small clusters
Flower Size: Medium, up to 4-inch diameter
Petal Count: Around 35
Stem Length: Medium
Plant Habit: Medium/tall
Growth Habit: Very upright
Foliage Color: Deep glossy green
Disease Resistance: Good
Hybridizer: Tom Carruth—2015
Parentage: Voodoo x About Face
Introduced By: Weeks Roses—2015
Collection: Downton Abbey Rose Collection
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.
 

$24.00
Ch-Ching!™
In roses, if you start with something good (like a 2007 AARS winner), you can sport (mutate) to a different color that’s just as good or sometimes better. This sport of Strike It Rich has all the same great plant qualities (same vigorous bushy plant that flowers like a weed and smells up a storm) of the original parent but just comes in a different color - a clear long-lasting even glowing yellow. A true Grandiflora, the very dark green leaves & red stems set off the many showy clusters of blossoms. Scent-sational for a bouquet & beauty-full in the landscape
 
Cultivar: WEKyesir
Patent #: 21,989
Class: Grandiflora
Flower Color: Beautiful bright clear yellow
Fragrance: Strong sweet spice & fruit
Bud Form: Very long, pointed & elegant
Flower Form: Double, informal
Flower Size: Large, up to 5" diameter
Petal Count: Around 30
Stem Length: Long
Plant Habit: Medium-tall
Growth Habit: Upright, bushy
Foliage Color: Deep green with red stems
Disease Resistance: Excellent
Hybridizer: Christian Bedard & Tom Carruth—2010
Parentage: Sport of Strike It Rich
Introduced By: Weeks Roses
 
 

$24.00
Twilight Zone

Take the amethyst purple color & powerful perfume of Ebb tide but take it into a different dimension with a bigger flower and stronger plant. Big fat buds open to very double old-fashioned flowers of deep velvet purple overlaid eith a wisp of smoke...a purple haze for the garden. Strongly scented with a combination of clove and lemony citrus blossom. Deep green leaves cover the plant.

 

Cultivar: WEKebtidere
Patent #: PPAF
Class: Grandiflora
Flower Color: Scrumptious deep velvet purple
Fragrance: Strong spicy clove and lemony citrus
Bud Form: Fat & globular
Flower Form: Old fashioned, very double, borne in clusters
Flower Size: Medium-large to large (about 4 to 5" diameter)
Petal Count: Over 40
Stem Length: Medium-long
Plant Habit: Medium to medium-tall height
Growth Habit: Slightly spreading, rounded habit
Foliage Color: Deep green, semi-glossy
Disease Resistance: Good
Hybridizer: Tom Carruth—2013
Parentage: Ebb Tide x Della Reese
Introduced By: Weeks Roses

 

 

#3-$24.00

Hybrid Tea Non-Patent

Main Category: 
Double Delight
The most popular new variety of the last 30 years. Double Delight fulfills the two highest demands of a rose—an eye-catching color combo and fantastic nose-pleasing fragrance. The prolific bush provides lots of creamy pointed buds that blush red with the rays of the sun. Deep green leaves.


Cultivar: ANDeli
Class: Hybrid Tea
Flower Color: Cream blushing red
Fragrance: Strong spicy rose
Flower Form: Full
Flower Size: Large
Petal Count: 30 to 35
Plant Habit: Slightly spreading
Growth Habit: Medium
Hybridizer: Swim—1977
Parentage: Granada x Garden Party
Introduced By: Armstrong Nurseries
AARS Winner: 1977
 

#3-$24.00
Fragrant Cloud
It’s hard to find words to describe the heady delicious perfume that effuses from this captivating well-formed coral-orange—sometimes clove, often spicy, definitely sweet and mostly rose. Lots of large shapely blooms are produced on a vigorous bushy plant with dark glossy green foliage. Deepest color in cool conditions.
 
Cultivar: TANellis
 
Class: Hybrid Tea
Flower Color: Deep coral red-orange
Fragrance: Strong sweet spice & rose
 
Flower Form: Fully double
Flower Size: Large
Petal Count: 25 to 30
Plant Habit: Bushy
Growth Habit: Medium
 
Hybridizer: Tantau—1968
Parentage: Seedling x Prima Ballerina
 
*Info and Photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00
Peace
When the whole world was looking hopefully to the future, along came the rose to set standards for all other roses for the remainder of this century. Even non-rosarians know Peace by its huge opulent blossoms, its delicious blend of colors, its very large glossy green foliage, and its easy-to-grow plant. Best color & performance East of the Rockies.
 
Class: Hybrid Tea
Flower Color: Lemony yellow edged pure pink
Fragrance: Mild fruity
 
Flower Form: Very full
Flower Size: Very large
Petal Count: 40 to 45
 
Plant Habit: Bushy
Growth Habit: Medium
 
Hybridizer: Meilland—1946
Parentage: Seedling x Margaret McGredy
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

$24.00

Hybrid Tea Roses

Main Category: 
Love’s Magic
BIG voluptuous red roses come to most people’s mind when they think of a rose. Now if you put that atop a long stem and bless the blossom with a sweet perfume, you’re getting the drift as to why this older German hybrid is still around. Add shapely pointed buds, glossy green leaves and super vigor, now you’re getting the full picture. A proven performer. Can make a very big plant in mild climates.
 
Class: Hybrid Tea
Flower Color: Clear velvet red
Fragrance: Moderate rose
Flower Size: Very large
Petal Count: Over 35
Plant Habit: Slightly spreading
Growth Habit: Very tall
Hybridizer: Kordes—1990
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses
 

$24.00
Smokin' Hot™
This rose is the proof of the old adage ‘there’s no smoke without fire’. You can clearly see the smoky purple overlay on the fiery orange petals of Smokin’ Hot. Quite unique! Bring the fire indoors with an attractive bouquet of these novel flowers produced singly on long stems. The plant is a bouquet factory and the flowers will look gorgeous on the table or on the fireplace mantel. But don’t worry, you won’t burn yourself! This rose isn’t just all about flames and smoke. The combustion is cooled down by the glossy medium green background foliage. And just like ‘smoke rises’, so does this upright and very vigorous bush.
 
Cultivar: WEKmopaga
Patent #: PPAF
Class: Hybrid Tea
Flower Color: Fiery Orange Overlaid with Purple Hybrid Tea
Fragrance: Moderate tea and spices
Bud Form: Pointed & ovoid
Flower Form: Spiraled & double
Flower Size: Medium-large, around 3½-4 inch diameter
Petal Count: 25 to 30
Stem Length: Medium to long
Plant Habit: Tall
Growth Habit: Upright to slightly spreading
Foliage Color: Glossy medium green
Disease Resistance: Good
Hybridizer: Christian Bédard
Parentage: Moonstone x Paul Gauguin
Introduced By: Weeks Roses
 

$24.00
Red Ribbons®
When it comes to bright glowing red Ground Cover roses, this one’s hard to beat. Nicely-sized showy flowers come in large clusters to drape over a wall or spill from a standard. Better yet, that killer color holds to the very end. Clean doubly-dark glossy green leaves round out the display on this super vigorous gem.
 
Cultivar: KORtemma
Patent #: 9,115
Class: Groundcover
Flower Color: Bright lasting red
Fragrance: Light
Flower Form: Large clusters
Flower Size: Medium
Petal Count: About 20
Plant Habit: Medium-low
Growth Habit: Spreading
Hybridizer: Kordes—1990
Parentage: White Max Graf x Walzertraum


*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00

Own-root Miniature Roses

Main Category: 
All a’Twitter™

Not for the faint of heart when it comes to color, this is an audacious kinda orange. Loads of shiny bright persimmon blooms sparkle against the abundant deep deep glossy green leaves…and that dazzling color lasts all through the life of the flower. This lusciously luminous Mini says ‘Come see me!’ whether it’s in a patio pot or tucked into a garden border.

Cultivar: WEKcofbunk
Class: Miniature
Flower Color: Sparkling true orange
Fragrance: Light
Bud Form: Pointed to ovoid
Flower Form: Double, decorative
Flower Size: Medium, about 1½" in diameter
Petal Count: 15 to 20
Stem Length: Medium
Plant Habit: Medium to medium large for the class
Growth Habit: Very bushy & rounded
Foliage Color: Deep glossy green
Disease Resistance: Very good
Hybridizer: Christian Bédard— 2012
Parentage: Coffee Bean x unknown
Introduced By: Weeks Roses


*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00

Patent Floribunda

Main Category: 
Livin' Easy™
All you have to do is just stick it in the ground, give it a little water, kick back and watch it grow. The foliage is so glossy green and free from black spot that the bush looks great even without flowers. But you won’t have much of an opportunity to see just leaves ‘cause it blooms up a storm. Scrumptious flowers of showy apricot orange will both light up your landscape and blend in with other colors. Ain’t life grand?
 
Cultivar: HARwelcome
Patent #: 9161
Class: Floribunda
Flower Color: Apricot orange blend
Fragrance: Moderate fruity
Flower Form: Double
Flower Size: Medium-large
Petal Count: 25 to 30
Plant Habit: Rounded
Growth Habit: Medium
Hybridizer: Harkness—1996
Parentage: Southampton x Remember Me
Introduced By: Weeks Roses
AARS Winner: 1996
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00
Hot Cocoa™
Mysterious, indescribable, elusive... whatever! There's just no other rose color quite like this. Pointed buds of deep rust unfurl to reveal a chocolate haze of velvety smoked tones that can even take on a purply cast. Set against globs of glossy foliage, the ruffled fragrant flowers are mirrored by super-green leaves. Easy vigor and natural disease-resistance make it a must for every garden.

Cultivar: WEKpaltlez
Patent #: 15,155
Class: Floribunda
Flower Color: A bicolor-very novel brownish-orange washed with smoke on the topside & a deep rusty-orange on the underside
Fragrance: Moderate fruity
Bud Form: Pointed and shapely
Flower Form: Ruffled, double
Flower Size: Large, about 4" diameter
Petal Count: 25 to 30
Stem Length: Medium long, suitable for cutting
Plant Habit: Medium-tall height
Growth Habit: Rounded and bushy
Foliage Color: Dark glossy green
Disease Resistance: Excellent
Hybridizer: Carruth—2003
Parentage: (Playboy x Altissimo) x Livin’ Easy
Introduced By: Weeks Roses


*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.
 

#3-$24.00
Cinco De Mayo™

This seedling of Julia Child puts a whole new spin on ‘flower power’.  The clusters of blooms never stop poppin’ open on this powerfully flowerful Floribunda.  Mysteriously colored & deliriously novel…it’s an indescribable blending of smoked lavender & rusty red-orange.  Yet it’s perfectly blendable with any color in the garden, whether it’s atop a rose tree, planted in mass or nestled amongst your favorite perennials.  The super-clean glossy-green foliage mirrors the flowers, adding even more pizazz to this bushy rounded flower factory.


Cultivar: WEKcobeju
Patent #: 21,709
Class: Floribunda
Flower Color: Indescribable blend of rust-red & lavender-smoke
Fragrance: Moderate fresh-cut apple
Bud Form: Long & pointed
Flower Form: Spiraled & double
Flower Size: Medium size, up to 3½" diameter
Petal Count: 20 to 25
Stem Length: Medium
Plant Habit: Medium
Growth Habit: Very rounded & bushy
Foliage Color: Deep super-glossy green
Disease Resistance: Excellent
Hybridizer: Tom Carruth—2009
Parentage: Topsy Turvy x Julia Child
Introduced By: Weeks Roses
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00
Ketchup & Mustard™

Certain to become a condimental favorite…slap a layer of the brightest red onto a backside of darkest yellow & set it atop the greeniest glossiest leaves. The combo makes your eyes blink in disbelief. Better yet, the flowers hold on to their attention-getting tones to the very end…dropping from the well-behaved rounded plant just in time to welcome the next round of abundant bloom. Tidy enough to tuck into a landscape, lend an accent to a container or top a rose tree. No buns or weenies required. Best flower size in cooler conditions. Bold & beautiful!

Rose Name: Ketchup & Mustard™
Cultivar: WEKzazette
Patent#: PPAF
Class: Floribunda
Flower Color: Attention-getting red with a deep yellow reverse
Fragrance: Mild
Flower Form: Formal, spiraled
Flower Size: Medium, up to 3½" diameter
Petal Count: 25 
Plant Habit: Medium
Growth Habit: Very rounded, bushy
Foliage Color: Bright glossy green
Disease Resistance: Good
Hybridizer: Christian Bédard—2012
Parentage: City of San Francisco x Shockwave
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

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Easy Does It™

Deeeee…lectable colors of mango orange, peach pink & ripe apricot bounce off the mirrored glossy green leaves, providing a flamboyant fruit salad for the landscape.  Her free-flowing swirling shades of sunset show up in fragrant large colorful clusters atop a rounded bushy plant.  So disease resistant, vigorous, flowerful & fabulous, you just can’t say ‘no’ to this seductress of the garden.  The one & only AARS award winner granted for 2010…it’s distinctively delightful.

 

Cultivar: HARpageant
Patent #: PPAF
Class: Floribunda
Flower Color: Orangey-apricot to honey-pink
Fragrance: Moderate fruity
Bud Form: Ovoid & pointed
Flower Form: Sometimes scalloped or ruffled or classically spiraled
Flower Size: Medium size, up to 3½" diameter
Petal Count: 25 to 30
Stem Length: Medium
Plant Habit: Medium
Growth Habit: Very rounded & bushy
Foliage Color: Super-glossy green
Disease Resistance: Excellent
Hybridizer: Harkness New Roses—2010
Parentage: (Queen Charlotte x Della Balfour) x Baby Love
Introduced By: Weeks Roses
AARS Winner: 2010


*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

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Julia Child

Just before our wonderful American icon left us, she selected this exceptional rose to bear her name. Julia loved the even butter gold color & the licorice candy fragrance. Yet it wasn't just the old-fashioned blooms that inspired the recipe. The perfectly rounded habit, super glossy leaves & great disease resistance finish off the dish. An awesome AARS award winner – a right & proper honor for a dear friend.

 

Cultivar: WEKvossutono
Patent #: 18,473
Class: Floribunda
Flower Color: Warm golden yellow
Fragrance: Strong sweet licorice & spice
Bud Form: Pointed & full
Flower Form: Old-fashioned, very full
Flower Size: Medium, up to 3½" diameter
Petal Count: Over 35
Stem Length: Medium
Plant Habit: Medium-low
Growth Habit: Very rounded & bushy
Foliage Color: Bright super-glossy green
Disease Resistance: Excellent
Hybridizer: Tom Carruth—2006
Parentage: [(Voodoo x Rosa soulieana derivative) x Summerwine] x Top Notch
Introduced By: Weeks Roses
AARS Winner: 2006
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00
Pumpkin Patch™

A color so scrumptious, it looks good enough to eat…and you certainly can if you watch out for the thorns.  But it may not be the sticky sweet treat you’d expect for the delectable pumpkin-pie caramel color.  Buttery-rich coppery buds open into clusters of fragrant octobery-orange beauties held tightly against shiny green leaves – like happy jack o’lanterns nestled in the field.  It’s lip-smackin’ for the landscape and certain to delight on the very first flower.

Cultivar: WEKmongros
Patent #: 21,605
Class: Floribunda
Flower Color: Warm caramel orange
Fragrance: Moderate fruity
Bud Form: Pointed, fat & full
Flower Form: Double, formal
Flower Size: Medium-large, often in clusters
Petal Count: 25 to 30
Stem Length: Medium
Plant Height: Medium height
Growth Habit: Upright to slightly rounded, bushy
Foliage Color: Bright glossy green
Disease Resistance: Very good
Hybridizer: Christian Bedard—2010
Parentage: Goldmarie x Honey Dijon
Introduced By: Weeks Roses

 


#3-$24.00
Take It Easy™
Take it Easy, relax and enjoy life! You won’t have much work to do in the garden after planting this new rose for which NATURAL DISEASE resistance is a true statement. The dark green, shiny & healthy foliage is the perfect background to showcase the many clustering buds and flowers. Of a classic red color, this dynamite of a rose has ideal pointy and very elegant buds. The red coloration doesn’t go too pink or blue as the petals are falling away. A touch of lighter pink reverse light up the show of this blooming ‘machine’. And that’s not all. The plant’s excellent vigor and the naturally self-maintained habit are other reasons why you can Take It Easy!
 
Cultivar: WEKyoopedko
Patent #: PPAF
Class: Floribunda/Shrub
Flower Color: Velvety dark red with lighter pink reverse
Fragrance: Slight Tea
Bud Form: Pointed & shapely
Flower Form: Globular & cuppy
Flower Size: Medium, around 3½-4 inch diameter
Petal Count: 15 to 25
Stem Length: Medium
Plant Habit: Medium height
Growth Habit: Upright & bushy
Foliage Color: Dark rich green
Disease Resistance: Very good
Hybridizer: Christian Bédard—2015
Parentage: Teeny Bopper x Double Knock Out®
Introduced By: Weeks Roses—2015
 
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00

Shrub Roses Patent

Main Category: 
Double Knock Out®
As you might suspect, this sister seedling of the famed Knock Out® has some sisterly similarities – same great black spot resistance, same deep pink color & similar grey-green foliage. Yet, as is often the case with sisters, there are those all-important differences to tout – a few more petals & a more compact rounded habit. Elsewise, if you love one, you’ll likely love the other. A valuable East-of-the-Rockies Shrub. Subject to some powdery mildew.
 
Cultivar: RADko
Patent #: 16,202
Class: Shrub
Flower Color: Deep pink to light red
Fragrance: None
Bud Form: Pointed
Flower Form: Semi-double to double, starry
Flower Size: Medium, around 3" diameter
Petal Count: 15 to 20
Stem Length: Medium-short
Plant Habit: Medium
Growth Habit: Compact & rounded
Foliage Color: Deep grey-green
Disease Resistance: Very good
Hybridizer: Bill Radler—2004
Parentage: Seedling of Carefree Beauty x seedling of Razzle Dazzle
Introduced By: Conard-Pyle Co.

#3-$24.00
Knock Out®
True total blackspot resistance is a reality now. This break-through Shrub is a forerunner of truly disease-free easy roses in our gardening future. So even the most unwilling gardener can now enjoy our national flower. Rounded, bushy and well-behaved, this sparkling gem will perk up the landscape with lots of bright cheery single flowers and loads of nearly blue-green leaves. More red in cool weather. Prune lightly.
 
Cultivar: RADrazz
Patent #: 11,836 
Class: Shrub
Flower Color: Light red to deep pink
Fragrance: Light tea
Flower Form: Single
Flower Size: Medium
Petal Count: 5 to 7
Plant Habit: Bushy
Growth Habit: Medium/Rounded
Disease Resistance:
Hybridizer: Radler—2000
Parentage: Carefree Beauty seedling x Razzle Dazzle seedling
Introduced By: Conard-Pyle Co.
AARS Winner: 2000

#3-$24.00
Pink Double Knock Out®
This color mutation (sport) of the famous Shrub, Double Knock Out, gives you all the same qualities but in a softer gentler color for the landscape. Everything’s identical – flower size & form, petalage, floriferousness, bushy habit, fragrance, moderate hardiness and, most importantly, the same resistance to black spot.
 
Cultivar: RADtkopink
Patent #: 18,507
Class: Shrub
Flower Color: Medium pink
Fragrance: None
Bud Form: Pointed
Flower Form: Semi-double to double, starry
Flower Size: Medium, around 3" diameter
Petal Count: 15 to 20
Stem Length: Medium-short
Plant Habit: Medium
Growth Habit: Compact & rounded
Foliage Color: Deep grey-green
Disease Resistance: Excellent for black spot
Hybridizer: Radler—2007
Parentage: Sport of Double Knock Out®
Introduced By: Conard-Pyle Co.
 
*Info and Photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00
Pink Knock Out®
A kinder, gentler color version of the now-famous Knock Out—here’s a more compatible hue to combine into the no-care landscape. As a medium pink color sport (mutation) of Knock Out, this version has all the same great plant qualities—rounded habit, single flower form & black spot resistance. It’s just a less glaring pink tone to tuck around or use in mass. Truly black spot resistant. Some powdery mildew.
 
Cultivar: RADcon
Patent #: 15,070
Class: Shrub
Flower Color: Medium pink
Fragrance: Mild
Flower Form: Single
Flower Size: Medium
Petal Count: 5 to 7
Plant Habit: Medium
Growth Habit: Rounded, bushy
 
Discovered By: Conard-Pyle Co.
Parentage: Sport of Knock Out
Introduced By: Conard-Pyle Co.
 
*Info and Photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.
 

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Sunny Knock Out®
It wouldn’t bear the famous trademark, unless it carried the same great black spot resistance. Which is does. But ‘sunny’ may be a little ambitious. In roses, deep lasting yellow color is going to be difficult to genetically combine with cleanliness. Yet Sunny gives a good effort with loads of yellow buds that pop open to white single flowers set against a full bushy rounded plant.
Cultivar: RADsunny
Patent #: 18,562
Class: Shrub
Flower Color: Soft yellow fading white
Fragrance: Moderate to light
Bud Form: Pointed
Flower Form: Single
Flower Size: Medium, around 3" diameter
Petal Count: 5 to 7
Stem Length: Medium-short
Plant Habit: Medium to medium-short
Growth Habit: Compact & rounded
Foliage Color: Deep green
Disease Resistance: Excellent for black spot
Hybridizer: Radler—2007
Parentage: Brite Eyes x Alaska
Introduced By: Conard-Pyle Co.
 
*Info and Photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00
Oranges ‘n’ Lemons
Sweet ’n’ sour it ain’t—but your eyes might pucker a little when they behold this fantastic color. Stripes of pure yellow splashed onto bright orange will stop even the most finicky rose buyer in their tracks. Mahogany red new foliage shows up all year long, maturing to a very deep green. This vigorous bush has a fountainous habit that can be trained as a climber in milder climates. Comments: Fountainous growth. More blooms in cool weather. Available Budded & Own-root this year!
 
Cultivar: MACoranlem
Patent #: 9191
Class: Shrub
Flower Color: Brilliant orange striped yellow 
Fragrance: Moderate fruity
 
Flower Form: Full
Flower Size: Medium-large
Petal Count: 30 to 35
Plant Habit: Tall
Growth Habit: Arching canes 6 to 8 feet
Foliage Color: Deep green with mahogany red new growth
Hybridizer: McGredy—1995
Parentage: New Year x seedling
 
*Info and Photo courtesy of Weeks Roses.

#3-$24.00

Tree Form

Main Category: 
Common Name: 
Tree Form Roses
Knock Out® Rose - Tree Form
Knock Out® Rose
Tree Form-This AARS® 2000 winner is disease resistant. 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.
 Height: 4'
Spread: 3-4'
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 5-9

4'-$75.00