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Roses

Botanical name: Rosa

Roses
Botanical name: Rosa
Roses (Rosa)

Description

Most species of roses are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.

Species of Roses

Rosa macrophylla 'Master Hugh'

Rosa macrophylla 'Master Hugh'

The rosa macrophylla 'Master Hugh' is a hybrid macrophylla rose introduced in 1966. It is a fairly vigorous cultivar with pink flowers. One interesting trait of this cultivar is the large size of the fruits it produces. This is a climbing variant, and so can be trained to grow vertically up trellises or walls.
Roses 'Madame A. Meilland'

Roses 'Madame A. Meilland'

Roses 'Madame A. Meilland' is one the best known of all roses, with a unique flower color of creamy-yellow petals that shade to a delicate pinkish-red at the edges. This cultivar is particularly popular among gardeners. By 1992, over 100 million of these roses had been grown and sold! This rose was bred and named in the 1930s by Francis Meilland.
Roses 'Baronne Prevost'

Roses 'Baronne Prevost'

Blooming in repeated flushes throughout its season, the roses 'Baronne Prevost' has over forty petals and a strong damask scent. Its parentage is unknown. A very old cultivar, its hybridizer Desprez named the Roses 'Baronne Prevost' after a friend. Gardeners may find this cultivar, a hybrid perpetual, unique as many in its class have died out, and they may feature it as a showy cut flower.
Cabbage rose 'Shailer's White Moss'

Cabbage rose 'Shailer's White Moss'

Most species of cabbage rose 'Shailer's White Moss' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Felicite Parmentier'

Roses 'Felicite Parmentier'

A cultivar of shrub rose, roses 'Felicite Parmentier' produces luscious, full pink blossoms that fade to cream at the edges. At six weeks, it has one of the longest blooming periods for a rose. An established species, roses 'Felicite Parmentier' was introduced in 1834.
French rose 'Charles de Mills'

French rose 'Charles de Mills'

Rosa gallica 'Charles de Mills' is a French rose with characteristic dense-petalled flowers in a deep magenta color. The density of the petals is greater than those of the parent rose, which is a paler pink color. This plant is a garden favorite which is often grown in herbaceous borders or as a flowering hedge.
Roses 'Paul's Scarlet Climber'

Roses 'Paul's Scarlet Climber'

Roses 'Paul's Scarlet Climber' is a climbing rose cultivar that produces large, scarlet red flowers and forms a dark green bush with almost no thorns. The name of the cultivar refers to its color and growth habit, and it honors William Paul, the famous horticulturist and the breeder of this cultivar.
Roses 'A Shropshire Lad'

Roses 'A Shropshire Lad'

Winner of the Award of Garden Merit, roses 'A Shropshire Lad' can produce up to 100 pink petals per flower, each giving off a fruity-sweet fragrance. A David Austin variety of rose, this cultivar was named after where it was cultivated. Roses 'A Shropshire Lad' won its fame for its massive and full blooms, sweet perfume, and prolific growth.
Roses 'Blairii Number Two'

Roses 'Blairii Number Two'

Roses 'Blairii Number Two' is a beautiful pink rose. Its workmanlike name and number came about because it was bred in the UK in 1830 by a Mr. Blair as one of a series of rose cultivars. This plant is grown for its showy flowers which are so impressive that it was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit.
Rugosa rose 'Hansa'

Rugosa rose 'Hansa'

Rugosa rose 'Hansa' is a vigorous, upright cultivar of the rugosa rose offering fragrant, deep crimson-purple, double blooms in late spring and through the summer. The foliage is medium-green and the flowers give rise to orange-red hips. It is favored by gardeners for its excellent repeat blooms.
Roses 'Semiplena'

Roses 'Semiplena'

Roses 'Semiplena' is a spectacular rose with grey-green foliage and fragrant white semi-double flowers. It is a sport of the 'Alba Maxima' rose and was thought to be the White Rose of York in the War of the Roses. The name comes from the Latin word for 'half full.'
Roses 'Blanc Double de Coubert'

Roses 'Blanc Double de Coubert'

Roses 'Blanc Double de Coubert' offers stunning large, fragrant, semi-double pure white blooms with a delicate, tissue-paper texture. It blooms early and reblooms through the summer. This is a cultivar cross between Rosa "Rugosa" and Rosa "Sombreuil". It is often used by gardeners as a showy ornamental.
Rugosa rose 'Rubra'

Rugosa rose 'Rubra'

Rugosa rose 'Rubra' is a medium-sized cultivar of the rugosa rose that offers fragrant, single deep pink-magenta flowers in summer (thus its "Rubra" name). It has prickly stems and glossy, green leaves that turn yellow in autumn. Flowers are followed by large scarlet hips. Gardeners favor it for its tolerance to poor soil and shady spots.
Roses 'Gold Medal'

Roses 'Gold Medal'

Roses 'Gold Medal' is an elegant shrub rose, bred from several floribunda rose hybrids. This cultivar is noted and named for its attractive golden-yellow flowers with slightly outward-facing petals. As they mature, the flowers gain attractive pinkish edges. Besides its showy blossoms, it is also prized for its almost thornless stems.
Roses 'Flower Carpet Coral'

Roses 'Flower Carpet Coral'

The roses 'Flower Carpet Coral' is a self-cleaning rose that can bloom up to ten months out of the year in warm climates. A cross between the 'Repandia' and the 'Red Summer', its name references its warm coral blossoms. A rose that is particularly easy to grow, the roses 'Flower Carpet Coral' is beloved for its blooming ability.
Roses 'Super Excelsa'

Roses 'Super Excelsa'

Most species of roses 'Super Excelsa' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Blue Moon'

Roses 'Blue Moon'

The roses 'Blue Moon' is set apart from other cultivars in the genus with its densely-petalled lavender-blue flowers. A cultivar of the lavender 'Sterling Silver' and an unnamed seedling, gardeners cherish the roses 'Blue Moon' for its versatility, using it in beds, borders, and containers. Its large blooms and long stems make it an ideal cut flower.
Roses 'Wickwar'

Roses 'Wickwar'

A white rose, the roses 'Wickwar' variety is a hybrid of Rosa soulierana. The plant can grow up to 3.5 m tall and has a tendency to sprawl, making it a good option for large spaces that need an attractive plant. From the white blooms to the orange hips, the roses 'Wickwar' — named after Wickwar, England, where the rose was developed — is a decorative flower for the yard or garden. 
Roses 'Crimson Glory'

Roses 'Crimson Glory'

Roses 'Crimson Glory' is a hybrid tea rose cultivar named for its bright red flowers. This cultivar also has a rich and pronounced damask scent. It will climb for short distances and does well against a wall or trellis. Blooming throughout the summer, it flowers in flushes. It is often used as a cut flower, and will also attract bees.
Roses 'The Alnwick Rose'

Roses 'The Alnwick Rose'

Most species of roses 'The Alnwick Rose' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'White Pet'

Roses 'White Pet'

Unlike its parent plant, 'Félicité-Perpétue,' roses 'White Pet' blossoms in waves throughout the summer and fall. It produces small white double pompom-style blooms with a light, sweet fragrance. Winner of the Golden Merit Award, it’s a versatile cultivar used in containers and flower borders.
Roses 'Strawberry Hill'

Roses 'Strawberry Hill'

Most species of roses 'Strawberry Hill' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Cherry Parfait'

Roses 'Cherry Parfait'

Roses 'Cherry Parfait' is a continuously blooming cultivar used for cut flowers and planted in perennial gardens or containers. It produces clusters of large cupped or flat white flowers with brilliant vermillion edges from late spring to mid-fall. The coloration truly gives this flower the look of a cherry parfait. The flowers also have a slightly sweet fragrance that entices butterflies and gardeners alike.
Roses 'Strike It Rich'

Roses 'Strike It Rich'

Roses 'Strike It Rich' is a floribunda rose cultivar, noted for its large, double, cup-shaped flowers in a beautiful apricot shade with pink flushes. The cultivar is also distinguished by its unusual red stems, and it's prized as a disease-resistant rose that grows vigorously.
Roses 'Marchesa Boccella'

Roses 'Marchesa Boccella'

Roses 'Marchesa Boccella' is an ostentatious rose bred for its outstanding double rose-pink flowers. Named after a member of the Italian aristocracy, this distinguished rose has also been developed for its exceptionally long flowering, blooming from late spring until frost. Prized for their flowers, these fragrant roses attract butterflies.
Roses 'Peace'

Roses 'Peace'

Roses 'Peace' is an award-winning cultivar that produces stunning pale yellow and white flowers throughout the summer. The double flowers have ruffled edges tinged in pink and produce a mild floral scent. The cultivar is used to create flowering hedges, as cut flowers, and planted in perennial gardens. The peaceful blooms earned this cultivar a spot in the Rose Hall of Fame. It was also named the Rose of the 20th Century.
Roses 'Poumidor'

Roses 'Poumidor'

Most species of roses 'Poumidor' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Hardwell'

Roses 'Hardwell'

Most species of roses 'Hardwell' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Gruss an Aachen'

Roses 'Gruss an Aachen'

Most species of roses 'Gruss an Aachen' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Royal Jubilee'

Roses 'Royal Jubilee'

Most species of roses 'Royal Jubilee' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Apricot Candy'

Roses 'Apricot Candy'

The roses 'Apricot Candy' has a modest spicy scent in addition to heat resistance. It was developed by crossing the 'Just Joey' and 'Midas Touch' roses. Its name reflects its delicate apricot color. In 2008, the roses 'Apricot Candy' won the Rose Hills International Rose Trials due to its many favorable traits.
Roses 'Crown Princess Margareta'

Roses 'Crown Princess Margareta'

Most species of roses 'Crown Princess Margareta' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Boscobel'

Roses 'Boscobel'

Most species of roses 'Boscobel' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Electron'

Roses 'Electron'

Roses 'Electron' stands out for its striking cherry pink color and strong spicy fragrance. It is a clean, hardy, and disease-resistant pink rose, making it popular in bouquets and gardens alike. This stunning rose has won numerous awards and was the All American Rose Selection of 1973.
Roses 'Fragrant Cloud'

Roses 'Fragrant Cloud'

Most species of roses 'Fragrant Cloud' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Anna's Promise'

Roses 'Anna's Promise'

Roses 'Anna's Promise' is a Grandiflora rose with large flowers, golden tan, pink blush and copper reverses. The fragrance is fruity. It was bred Tom Carruth in the United States in 2013 by crossing 'Voodoo' and 'About Face' and was introduced by Weeks Wholesale Rose Grower, Inc. in 2015. Roses 'Anna's Promise' was named after Anna Bates from the UK television show Downton Abbey.
Roses 'Lady of Megginch'

Roses 'Lady of Megginch'

Most species of roses 'Lady of Megginch' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Climbing Iceberg'

Roses 'Climbing Iceberg'

Most species of roses 'Climbing Iceberg' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'La Ville de Bruxelles'

Roses 'La Ville de Bruxelles'

Most species of roses 'La Ville de Bruxelles' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Westerland'

Roses 'Westerland'

Roses 'Westerland' is a rose cultivar bred in 1969 in Germany. It is enduringly popular for its hardiness, its rich coral-orange color, and its impressive scent. The flowers are double-ruffled and bloom from summer all the way to fall. This versatile cultivar can be trained to climb as well as used as a shrub.
Roses 'Jude the Obscure'

Roses 'Jude the Obscure'

Roses 'Jude the Obscure' gets all of the best bits, combining the intricate flower shape and sweet aroma of the Old Roses and the incessant flowering of the more modern types. The exact species from which this plant originated are unknown. The name "Jude the Obscure" was believed to have been given in honor of the novel of the same title by Thomas Hardy.
Roses 'Grace'

Roses 'Grace'

Roses 'Grace' is a shrub rose cultivar, selected for its thornless stems and gorgeous, fully double apricot flowers. These flowers are distinguished by their darker centers and paler outer petals, as well as by their strong, tea-like fragrance. As the flowers mature, the petals become slightly reflexed.
Roses 'Handel'

Roses 'Handel'

Roses 'Handel' is a fast-growing climber used to cover fences and trellises in gardens. The cultivar produces double white flowers edged in bright pink. The flowers have a slight clove scent and bloom continuously from late spring to early fall. Roses 'Handel' is notable for its bronze-tinted foliage and resistance to rain.
Roses 'Chewramb'

Roses 'Chewramb'

Most species of roses 'Chewramb' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Roses 'Cinco de Mayo'

Roses 'Cinco de Mayo'

Roses 'Cinco de Mayo' has a blend of reddish-orange and dusty lavender flowers that sets it apart from other cultivars in the genus. This rose is also notable for the mild apple fragrance emitted from the blossoms. Its continual summer blooming period makes it a popular plant in perennial gardens.
Roses 'Iceberg'

Roses 'Iceberg'

Roses 'Iceberg' is a cultivar bred from several floribunda roses and distinguishable by its clusters of medium-sized, double creamy white flowers. Compared to most rose cultivars, the white blooms give roses 'Iceberg' an icy appearance. The abundant blooms last from spring all the way to winter. This cultivar's versatile growing habit makes the cultivar popular as a shrub or a climber across fences and trellises.
Rosa sertata

Rosa sertata

Most species of rosa sertata are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Rosa chinensis var. spontanea

Rosa chinensis var. spontanea

Rosa chinensis grows as an independently upright shrub and reaches stature heights of 1 to 2 meters. The strong, stalk-round branches have an almost bare, purplish-brown bark and there may be many to no curved, stocky, flat spines. The alternately arranged leaves are divided into petiole and leaf blade and a total of 13 - 28 cm long.
Roses 'Felicia'

Roses 'Felicia'

With clusters of silvery pink flowers, the roses 'Felicia' emits a strong fragrance that makes it a particularly good cultivar for producing cut flowers. Compared to other cultivars, roses 'Felicia' is celebrating for being especially disease-resistant with a long blooming period. The roses 'Felicia' derives from the 'Trier' and 'Ophelia' varieties, although the meaning of its name is not known. Gardeners love this cultivar for its versatility.
Roses 'Arthur Bell'

Roses 'Arthur Bell'

Highly fragrant, the roses 'Arthur Bell' is a repeat bloomer that produces spectacular yellow flowers. Samuel Darragh McGredy IV bred the roses 'Arthur Bell' by crossing 'Cläre Grammerstorf' with the 'Piccadilly' rose variety. Its name derives from Arthur Bell, the creator of Scotch whiskey.
Roses 'Muscosa'

Roses 'Muscosa'

Roses 'Muscosa' is a variety of the hybrid Rosa × centifolia whose parentage includes Rosa × damascena. This variety is distinguished for the thick covering of resinous hairs on its blooms that make them look mossy. It is named for this characteristic as 'muscosa' comes from the Latin word for 'moss' ('muscus'). This variety is the parent of most Moss Roses.
Roses 'Roseraie de l'Haÿ'

Roses 'Roseraie de l'Haÿ'

A breed of the rugosa variety, the roses 'Roseraie de l'Haÿ' is a repeat bloomer with a strong fragrance. The Roses 'Roseraie de l'Haÿ' was bred and named after the famous rose garden Roseraie de L'Haÿ in France and can be planted as a hedge or mixed border cultivar, attracting winged pollinators.
Roses 'Stacey Sue'

Roses 'Stacey Sue'

The roses 'Stacey Sue' is a miniature rose variant that remains compact with a neat spread. This cultivar produces small, perfectly-shaped double rosette blooms in a feminine pink. It has a good fragrance and the foliage is also desirable outside of the blooming season for its color and fine texture. Gardeners should maintain good cultivation practices to avoid diseases.
Roses 'Claire Austin'

Roses 'Claire Austin'

Roses 'Claire Austin' is a particularly versatile rose cultivar with peachy-white blooms. Although its plant parentage is undisclosed, David Austin named the cultivar after his daughter, Claire Austin. Gardeners love this cultivar for its rich myrrh and vanilla scent, healthy foliage and strong growth.
Roses 'Buff Beauty'

Roses 'Buff Beauty'

Setting it apart from other roses, roses 'Buff Beauty' has a prominent tea fragrance, a full head of petals and an eager spreading behavior. Ann Bentall crossed the 'William Allen Richardson' and an unnamed seedling to develop the roses 'Buff Beauty'. In contrast to other roses, gardeners enjoy the roses 'Buff Beauty' as a versatile cultivar that can be grown as a shrub or climber and for its repeat blooming habits.
Roses 'Ballerina'

Roses 'Ballerina'

Roses 'Ballerina' is a particularly versatile rose that likes to climb up walls and borders. Due to its compact size, this cultivar is a suitable choice for smaller gardens or containers. The breeder, Reverend Joseph Pemberton, named the flower after his great-niece who once danced alone in his garden. It is favored among gardeners and it even won the Award of Garden Merit for its versatility and disease resistance.
Roses 'Just Joey'

Roses 'Just Joey'

The roses 'Just Joey' is particularly special and celebrated for its stunning blooms and fragrant scent. Roger Pawsey bred the roses 'Just Joey' for his wife, Joey, by crossing the 'Fragrant Cloud' rose variety with 'Dr. A.J. Verhage'. The roses 'Just Joey' was awarded the All-America Rose Selection and the Award of Golden Merit, and gardeners like it for its diverse growing locations and beauty as cut flowers.
Roses 'Mermaid'

Roses 'Mermaid'

Roses 'Mermaid' offers gardeners a delicate scented perpetual bloomer. Roses 'Mermaid' originates from the Macartney Rose crossed with a double yellow Tea Rose. Its name denotes the flowy appearance of its petals. The roses 'Mermaid' is a hardy choice for gardeners that want to attract pollinators for pollinating continuously.
Roses 'Fragrant Delight'

Roses 'Fragrant Delight'

Roses 'Fragrant Delight' is a floribunda rose cultivar which gardeners will find hardier than many other similar roses. The flowers grow in clusters on foliage that is rather loose and free-formed. Its name references its lovely fragrance. Its beauty and reliability have earned roses 'Fragrant Delight' the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.
French rose 'Versicolor'

French rose 'Versicolor'

French rose 'Versicolor' is a vigorous climbing French rose, which produces pale pink, sweetly-scented flowers in summer followed by little orange fruits in autumn. The versatile color combination gives rise to this cultivar's name. It is particularly enjoyed for its larger-than-usual flowers. Gardeners should note that it is susceptible to many pests and diseases, however.
Rugosa rose 'Alba'

Rugosa rose 'Alba'

Rugosa rose 'Alba' is a fragrant rose offering single, pure white flowers with yellow centers that bloom through the summer. The glossy, dark green foliage turns to attractive shades of orange, yellow, and red in fall. This is a cultivar of the Rugosa rose named from the Latin "alba", meaning white. It is favored by gardeners for its excellent resistance to disease.
Roses 'Albertine'

Roses 'Albertine'

Roses 'Albertine' is a rambling rose cultivar with a hundred-year history! Developed in France in 1921, this cultivar is much admired for its vigor, its strong fragrance, and its free-blooming pink flowers. These flowers are fully double and cup-shaped, and make a stunning addition to a wall, trellis, or other structure.
Roses 'Constance Spry'

Roses 'Constance Spry'

Roses 'Constance Spry' is the first official English Rose. It produces sprays of pink double flowers continuously for about four weeks during the late spring or early summer. The rose-pink flowers are cupped-shaped, similar to some other cultivars in the genus but its myrrh-like fragrance sets it apart.
Roses 'William Lobb'

Roses 'William Lobb'

Roses 'William Lobb' produces mossy buds that open up to dusty-purple blooms. A cultivated hybrid of other rose varieties, this cultivar was named after the famous British plant collector. Roses 'William Lobb' is delighted in gardens for its tall growth, unique color, and lovely foliage.
Roses 'The Fairy'

Roses 'The Fairy'

Roses 'The Fairy' is a hardy dwarf shrub rose that is also disease-resistant, making it a favorite with gardeners. It derives from 'Paul Crampel' and the 'Lady Gay' varieties and won the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society for its continual blossoms and versatility as a groundcover or potted plant.
Roses 'Golden Wings'

Roses 'Golden Wings'

For gardeners seeking cultivars of vibrant golden yellow and orange, the roses 'Golden Wings' features pure yellow flowers. The roses 'Golden Wings' is a hybrid of the Rosa 'Soeur Thérèse', Rosa 'Ormiston Roy' and Rosa pimpinelifolia. Its name stems from its five golden petals that radiate an almost golden color with an orange core.
Roses 'New Dawn'

Roses 'New Dawn'

A cultivar of climbing rose, roses 'New Dawn' is renowned for its clusters of fragrant, soft, pink-petaled blossoms. It is well suited to sprouting along walls or fences, making it a popular choice for wedding trellises and other ornamental structures. It was first introduced in 1930 and is the forerunner to all other variants of climbing rose.
Smooth rose

Smooth rose

Smooth rose (Rosa blanda) is a flowering plant species native to North America. Smooth rose is also known as meadow rose, wild rose, and prairie rose. Out of all existing rose species, this species is considered the closest to a "thornless" rose.
Amur rose

Amur rose

Amur rose (Rosa davurica) hails from northeastern Asia. It grows up to 1.5 m tall and is appreciated for its decorative qualities. Amur rose prefers well-drained neutral or slightly alkaline soils. Though occasionally eaten, care must be taken because hairs near the fruit can cause digestive irritation.
Yellow rose

Yellow rose

The Rosa xanthina is a spreading bushy shrub that's native to China Korea and Mongolia. In spring semi-double yellow flowers appear for a few weeks and they have a musky fragrance. The yellow rose doesn't see a repeat bloom except for a smattering of flowers that spring appear in early autumn.
Father hugo's rose

Father hugo's rose

Father hugo's rose ( Rosa hugonis ) grows as an upright shrub that reaches stature heights of around 2 m . The overhanging, brown shoot axes are heavily covered with spines and bristles. The alternate leaves are pinnate and consist of up to 13 small, elliptical leaflets.
Glaucous dog rose

Glaucous dog rose

Glaucous dog rose (Rosa dumalis) is a member of the rose family that you can spot growing wild in woodlands and hedgerows, especially when its delicate pink flowers bloom in early summer. Despite its attractiveness, this isn't one of the most common ornamental rose species, although it offers plenty of appeal to woodland gardens, and its dense growth makes it suitable for hedging.
Austrian brier

Austrian brier

Austrian brier (Rosa foetida) is a perennial shrub that will grow from 91 - 244 cm tall. It has gray stems with curved thorns. It blooms in spring with yellow, rose-like flowers. Blooms profusely with clusters of flowers covering the bush. Grows in full sun with moist, well-drained soil. Needs regular fertilizing.
California wildrose

California wildrose

California wildrose (Rosa californica) is a fragrant flowering shrub native to the northwestern United States and California. California wildrose is popular for its ornamental blossoms, and it grows best in moist soils near to water. This plant can withstand drought conditions like heat and lack of water.
Swamp Rose

Swamp Rose

Swamp Rose is a shrubby member of the rose family native to eastern North America. It can grow up to 2 m tall and just as wide. It works well as a flowering hedge for areas with rich, moist soils. Blooms in summer and prefers full sun. Attracts birds and butterflies.
Roses 'Double Delight'

Roses 'Double Delight'

Roses 'Double Delight' is a cultivar from 'Granada' and 'Garden Party.' This old-fashioned rose is distinguished by its strong fragrance and creamy-white double flowers with dark pink edges. The coloration is different with each flower, so no two flowers will look exactly the same. Keep in mind that the pink-tipped edges are caused by exposure to sunlight, so any roses 'Double Delight' grown indoors or shady areas will produce nearly white flowers.
Roses 'Zigeunerknabe'

Roses 'Zigeunerknabe'

Roses 'Zigeunerknabe' or ‘Gypsy Boy’ is a bourbon rose cultivar known for its hardiness and vigorous growth pattern. It is a very shrubby rose and produces clusters of dark red, flat-cupped double flowers in early summer. This cultivar has excellent cold hardiness and is described as an unusually strong cultivar.
Rosa filipes 'Kiftsgate'

Rosa filipes 'Kiftsgate'

This award-winning plant is a cultivar of Britain's largest rose. The rosa filipes 'Kiftsgate' is very hardy and grows quickly. Though not as large as the original plant, it is still quite big, with large blooms that are semi-double and very aromatic. It was changed to be hardier and more resistant against disease.
Roses 'Complicata'

Roses 'Complicata'

Roses 'Complicata' produces prolific numbers of single, pink-and-white flowers with golden stamens. Cultivated as a hybrid of other gallicas, this cultivar was ironically named "complicated" despite its simple yet colorful blooms. Roses 'Complicata' continues to delight gardeners with its masses of flowers, light fragrance, and bright colors.
Roses 'Madame Knorr'

Roses 'Madame Knorr'

Roses 'Madame Knorr' has dual pink colors which make it unique from other damask roses. As a perpetual hybrid cultivar, it has a distinctive fragrance and was bred in France during the 1800’s; this cultivar is also known as Mme Boll. Horticulturalists like that it is deer tolerant, scented, and hardy.
Roses 'Blessings'

Roses 'Blessings'

The hybrid tea rose cultivar known as roses 'Blessings' has neat, short stems which each support a single large pink rose blossom. Vigorous and very cold-hardy, this cultivar provides dense foliage and flower coverage in a bed. It is also ideal for cut flowers, an arrangement that makes full use of the big, showy flowers.
Roses 'Eden'

Roses 'Eden'

Roses 'Eden' is a particularly hardy and prolific climber, growing brilliantly on walls, fences or even as a freestanding repeat-blooming shrub. It derives from the 'Danse des Sylphes' x 'Handel' and the 'Pink Wonder' varieties. This cultivar was initially named after the French poet, Pierre de Ronsard, however, it has since been named 'Eden' to reflect beauty and paradise. The cultivar has been celebrated among gardeners and prize-givers for its large blossoms, packing over 70 petals per head.
Roses 'Louise Odier'

Roses 'Louise Odier'

A rose cultivar and a seedling of Rosa 'Emile Courtier', roses 'Louise Odier' shows off an intricate petal structure in each bloom, with layers upon layers of pleasing pink petals. If that weren't enough for gardeners to go wild, the flowers also release a strong old rose aroma that is difficult to miss.
Nootka rose

Nootka rose

Nootka rose (Rosa nutkana) is a plant species with the Latin name “Nutkana” which refers to Nootka Sound, a west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. This waterway got its name from a tribe that once inhabited the area. This species is also called “Bristly Rose.”
Woods' rose

Woods' rose

Woods' rose boasts prolific pink flowers all summer long. Also known as the Woods’ Rose and the Western Wild Rose, this shrubby wildflower is deer resistant, drought-tolerant, and easy to grow. Although it can grow up to 1.5 m tall, it responds well to pruning and can be kept to a compact size.
Rosa multiflora var. cathayensis

Rosa multiflora var. cathayensis

Most species of rosa multiflora var. cathayensis are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Prickly rose

Prickly rose

This species of wild rose, prickly rose, is common in North America, Asia, and Europe. Prickly rose grows pretty pink flowers. It is drought-tolerant and will grow in part shade and various soil types.
Field rose

Field rose

Field rose (Rosa arvensis) is found throughout Europe. It tends to climb trees or fences and roots in well-drained but moist soil. Great Britain has an especially long history of including field rose in hedgerows. If grown for decoration, it will need protection against deer, rabbits, aphids, and caterpillars.
Dog rose

Dog rose

The dog rose is a pale pink type of rose. The plant is known for "climbing" as it grows and can even be found climbing up different trees. References to dog rose date back at least to ancient Rome, and it is featured in many European riddles and even Shakespearian quotes as well.
Tea rose

Tea rose

The first tea rose was created in 1867 by Jean-Baptiste Andred Guillot, who operated his father's nursery in Lyon from the age of 14. The tea rose did not become popular until the Soleil d'Or was cultivated at the beginning of the 1900s in France.
Burnet rose

Burnet rose

Burnet rose (Rosa spinosissima) is one of the thorniest wild rose species. "Spinosissima," in fact, means "the most thorny" in Latin - this delicate white rose is great to look at, but not to pick! Burnet roses are native to Europe and northern Africa, though they have been introduced to New England and much of the Midwest in the U.S.
Rugosa rose

Rugosa rose

This tall shrub is known for its hardiness, surviving in many climate zones and poor soil conditions. They produce large flowers from summer to winter and their hips attract birds (and are tasty to humans too!). With such beautiful flowers one might be surprised to hear that the rugosa rose is considered an invasive species in some regions.
Rosa moyesii 'Highdownensis'

Rosa moyesii 'Highdownensis'

Introduced in 1928, rosa moyesii 'Highdownensis' is a shrub variety of rose with single crimson flowers. It produces more hips than other Rosa moyesii varieties. The name derives from Highdown, the garden of Sir Frederick Stern who hybridized the variety.
Multiflora rose

Multiflora rose

Multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora) is an ornamental climbing shrub native to East Asia. The specific epithet 'multiflora' means 'many flowers' and refers to the great number of flowers the plant produces. The flowers are usually white, but some pink varieties can be found. Multiflora rose is considered a noxious weed in certain parts of the world.
Cabbage rose 'Cristata'

Cabbage rose 'Cristata'

Winner of the prestigious Award of Garden Merit, this famous cultivar is known for its compact size and double pink flowers. Cabbage rose 'Cristata' was discovered in Switzerland and named for its tuft-like blooms scattered pleasantly among the shrub. Cabbage rose 'Cristata' won its award for its ornamental strengths, manageable size, and ease of care.
Rugosa rose 'Pink Grootendorst'

Rugosa rose 'Pink Grootendorst'

Most species of rugosa rose 'Pink Grootendorst' are shrubs or climbing plants that have showy flowers and sharp thorns. They are commonly cultivated for cut flowers or as ornamental plants in gardens due to their attractive appearance, pleasant fragrance, and cultural significance in many countries. The rose hips (fruits) can also be used in jams and teas.
Rugosa rose 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup'

Rugosa rose 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup'

Rugosa rose 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup' is a cultivar of the Rugosa rose. Its flowers are a more silvery-pink than other cultivars and it produces red hips. Rugosa rose 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup' is a perpetual bloomer with a strong fragrance, helping attract pollinators to the garden.
Rugosa rose 'Belle Poitevine'

Rugosa rose 'Belle Poitevine'

The name of the rugosa rose 'Belle Poitevine' variety of Rugosa rose refers to the region of France where it originated, translating to "Beauty of Poitou." This variety is known for its incredibly fragrant magenta flowers as well as its tough, prevalant thorns.
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