Celebrity Roses

Meet Whoopi, Dolly and Della -- and other "stars" of the rose garden.

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Hide CaptionShow Caption'Dolly Parton' has large, fragrant, double flowers. (Photo courtesy of Conard-Pyle)
When it came to having a rose named after her, country singer and actress Dolly Parton said, "I'm surprised that a wildflower wasn't named after me. Certainly, it's a real compliment to have a rose instead." This hybrid tea has large, fragrant, double flowers. Plant size reaches up to five feet tall. Parton has several of her roses planted at her homes and Dollywood. "I'm not a real gardener — I'm afraid I might break a fingernail. I do, however, appreciate beautiful flowers and gardens." Hardy to USDA Zone 6.
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