New Roses

Add to your colleciton of rose favorites with these gorgeous new-to-market roses, including climbers, hybrid teas and floribundas.

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'Pretty in Pink Eden'

‘Pretty in Pink Eden’ produces doubled, deep pink flowers with a vintage rose perfume. It’s a climbing rose for a fence, arbor or trellis.

Look-A-Likes 'Apple Dapple'

From the Look-A-Likes group of roses, 'Apple Dapple' flowers will remind you of apple blossoms. This large landscape plant resists mildews and rusts.

'Thomas a Becket'

This English rose, 'Thomas a Becket', has a shrubby growth habit, more like a species rose than an old rose. The doubled flowers smell like lemon zest and vary from light to carmine red.

'Icecap'

A bushy landscape shrub, 'Icecap' has pure white roses backed by dark green foliage. Grow it as a hedge or in combination plantings.

'The Albrighton Rambler'

True to its name, 'The Albrighton Rambler' is a rambling rose to grow on a trellis, wall or other support. Its repeat blooms are soft pink and have a light, musky perfume.

'Peachy Keen'

Shell-pink 'Peachy Keen' roses have yellow centers and eventually fade to pale pink. This landscape shrub has excellent disease resistance.

'Daring Spirit'

A hybrid tea rose, 'Daring Spirit' bears red and cream-colored blooms. New burgundy leaves turn semi-glossy and dark green. 

'The Best Kept Secret'

With its strong citrus scent and exhibition-type roses, ‘The Best Kept Secret’ won’t be a secret for long. This bushy hybrid tea grows to 4 feet tall.

'Oso Easy Double Red'

Plant 'Oso Easy Double Red' roses in the landscape or mixed borders. The shrubs grow 3 to 4 feet tall and bear bright red, doubled flowers with pink-orange undertones from spring until frost.

'The Lady Gardener'

Repeat-flowering ‘The Lady Gardener’ bears big, apricot roses that turn cream-colored. Its rich fragrance has notes of vanilla and cedar wood.

'Obsession'

Grow floribunda 'Obsession' as a tree rose or bush. It matures to 3 1/2 feet high by 3 feet wide, with vibrant red flowers and glossy, dark green leaves.

'Maid Marion'

Reblooming ‘Maid Marion’ has a myrrh fragrance that becomes fruitier and clove-like over time. The doubled flowers on this English rose are a clear rose-pink.

'Wedding Dress'

'Wedding Dress' is a groundcover rose with dark green foliage and soft pink buds that unfurl to white. At 2 1/2 feet high and 3 feet wide, it's great for containers or garden beds.  

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