Colorful Hips

Colorful Hips

Roses with hips that are noteworthy
Altissimo

Altissimo This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Altissimo This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 520

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1966

8 to 10 feet    Z5-11 R Fr H mr

There aren’t enough red climbers! Happily ‘Altissimo’ is the answer to everyone’s needs. It is a moderate climber - perfect for the eight foot porch pillar or trellis. Put it in a place of prominence as it will reward you with large, flat, semi-double velvety flowers of blood red throughout the season.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Bailey Red

Bailey Red This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Bailey Red This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 2113

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Unknown

3 to 4 feet    Z6-11 R H mr

The found rose, "Bailey Red" comes to us from Holly Springs, North Carolina via the Heritage Rose Foundation president, Charles Walker. The clusters of single red flowers are set off by the yellow stamens of this six foot plant. It is thought to be a relatively modern Floribunda or Hybrid Tea, but regardless of its class, it has proven to be a very rewarding garden plant.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Ballerina

Ballerina This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Ballerina This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1112

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1937

5 to 7 feet    Z6-11 R Fr H lp

One of the best roses for hedging, ‘Ballerina’ produces clouds of small, single, pink roses with white eyes on a compact arching bush with thick foliage. It can be pruned to shape or allowed to spill over naturally. When the leaves begin to thin in the late fall, the entire bush is lit up with tiny orange-red hips like bright Christmas lights. If grown as a climber, this rose will reach 6 to 10 feet.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Basye's Blueberry

Basye's Blueberry This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Basye's Blueberry This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1510

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1982

4 to 6 feet    Z5-11 R Fr H mp

The erect habit, rounded leaves, and thornless stems of 'Basye's Blueberry' make it look quite similar to a blueberry bush, especially when the leaves begin to take on their fall color. Bright pink, semi-double fragrant flowers with bright yellow stamens add to the appeal. This plant represents one of the stepping stones toward Dr. Robert Basye’s goal of thornless, disease-free roses.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Basye's Purple Rose

Basye's Purple Rose This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Basye's Purple Rose This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 117

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1968

4 to 6 feet    Z4-11 R Fr H m

'Basyes Purple Rose' blooms throughout the growing season with large, single flowers of velvety purple graced by gold stamens- a truly royal rose. A cross between R. rugosa and R. foliolosa,' Basye's Purple Rose' makes a thick, erect bush with prickly canes and rough foliage.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Belinda

Belinda This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Belinda This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1111

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1936

5 to 7 feet    Z6-11 R Fr H mp

When ‘Belinda’ is in bloom, it is difficult to look at anything else. The large clusters of hot pink flowers have a white eye in each small blossom, but the effect from a distance is pink all over. We find it makes a stunning climber and is also excellent for hedging. Like most of the Hybrid Musks ‘Belinda’ tolerates areas of partial shade quite well. If grown as a climber, it will reach 6 to 10 feet.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display

Blackjack™ This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Blackjack™ This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1902

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2020

6 to 7 feet    Z5-11 R Fr H m 

 

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display

Blanc Double de Coubert This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Blanc Double de Coubert This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1226

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1893

4 to 6 feet    Z4-11 R H Fr w

This rose is probably the best white Rugosa, and there’s a reason it’s been around for over 100 years. The habit is very typical of Rugosas, except it blooms constantly throughout the year and no deadheading is required. It does set hips but only very rarely. Blanc Double de Coubert would be an excellent choice for colder climates as it is extremely cold hardy.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Bleeds Maroon

Bleeds Maroon This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Bleeds Maroon This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1699

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2017

3 to 4 feet    Z5-11 R H rb

"Bleeds Maroon" is a compact yet open shrub that grows 3 to 4 feet. The rose red single to semi-double blooms have random streaks of white, pink and rose. As the rose ages, the rose red coloration darkens to maroon. The petals of this eye cathcing rose lie flat to expose the crown of golden stamens in the center. This bold rose will add drama to any garden.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Cadenza

Cadenza This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Cadenza This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 2226

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1967

5 to 6 feet    Z5-11 R H mr

'Cadenza' is an excellent candidate for cutting and drying, as it tends to maintain its red coloration and doesn't blacken with age. Clusters of ruffled red petals which fade slightly to burgundy are supported on strong stems. The bush is upright and angular with large glossy leaves and gives no indication of insect or disease problems. Prior to us identifying this rose, we sold this rose as the found rose, "Annie's Red."

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Calocarpa

Calocarpa This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Calocarpa This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1211

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Prior to 1891

6 to 8 feet    Z4-11 OFr H mp

Thought to be a cross between R. rugosa and some form of R. chinensis, 'Calocarpa' blooms with large single-petaled, fragrant flowers of a rich rose-pink. This is a good choice for a tall hedge in the six to eight foot range. An abundant crop of showy, pendulous hips will decorate the bush in fall and winter.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Carefree Beauty

Carefree Beauty This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Carefree Beauty This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 2214

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1977

3 to 5 feet    Z4-11 R Fr H mp

This Griffith Buck rose was introduced in 1977. It was through a plant exchange with Conard Pyle Nurseries in 2001 that we discovered our favorite found rose "Katy Road Pink" was in fact 'Carefree Beauty.' Forming an open, but extremely graceful bush, 'Carefree Beauty' appears to have few insect or disease problems and is not particular about soil or growing conditions. It is free blooming, probably one of the most floriferous pink roses that we grow, with new buds appearing all the time. Large hips are a nice treat!

EarthKind® rose

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Cherokee

Cherokee This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Cherokee This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 103

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1759

5 to 15 feet    Z7-11 O Fr w

A native of southern China and Taiwan, this rose was introduced early to North America and has now become thoroughly established here. It was first botanically described from a specimen growing in Georgia, and is that states official flower. 'The Cherokee Rose' is a mounding bush to about 5 feet, or a thickly foliaged climber to 15 feet with neat, apple-green leaves. In the spring, fragrant, pure white, 5-petaled flowers appear and cleanly drop their petals to disclose star-shaped sepals. It is one of the best for naturalizing in the South, since it does not sucker (unlike the 'Macartney Rose', with which it is often confused) and offers an outstanding floral display in return for very little care.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Chestnut Rose

Chestnut Rose This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Chestnut Rose This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 105

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Prior to 1814

5 to 7 feet    Z6-11 R H mp

Also known as the ‘Chinquapin Rose’ and ‘Burr Rose’, this very double, garden form of R. roxburghii was introduced before the wild, single form because the interior of China was inaccessible to Europeans in the early 1800’s. William Roxburgh, assistant surgeon to the East India Co., came across this rose in a garden in Canton, China, where it had been grown for generations as ‘Hoi-tong-hong’. He sent it to the Calcutta Botanic Garden. From there it reached England in 1820 and quickly traveled on to America. We find it lingering in many old Southern gardens. The ‘Chestnut Rose’ is unique in many ways. The pink, lightly fragrant flowers open from mossy-looking buds irregularly throughout the growing season and are followed by bristly, globular hips that resemble chestnut burrs. The odd, pale brown bark of the branches, combined with leaves divided into many small leaflets (as many as 15), makes this rose a fascinating specimen plant, especially if allowed to reach its mature size.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Chrysler Imperial

Chrysler Imperial This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Chrysler Imperial This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 509

$22.95

1952

3 to 4 feet    Z5-11 R Fr H dr

This rose was one of the first roses to be involved in the promotional marketing of a consumer product, the Chrysler Imperial car. We can only hope those car owners enjoyed their Chrysler Imperial as much as we love ours! Lovely, long pointed buds open to globular flowers of dark velvety red. The 4-5 inch blooms contain a strong citrus scent .'Chrysler Imperial' blooms are a must in any of our flower arrangements as we enjoy the striking color and the heavenly fragrance. The bush is nicely shaped with semi-glossy foliage.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Coles Settlement

Coles Settlement This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Coles Settlement This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1654

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2006

4 to 6 feet    Z5-11 R Fr H w

'Coles Settlement' is a large six foot shrub that exhibits single white flowers that can reach four inches across in cool weather. Flowers are followed by large orange hips in the fall. This is a wonderful rose to plant where you can enjoy its reflective flowers at dusk or on moonlit evenings. Coles Settlement was one of the earliest communities in Independence, TX. (circa 1820).

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Crimson Glory, climber

Crimson Glory, climber This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Crimson Glory, climber This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 507

$22.95

1946

8 to 12 feet    Z6-11 R Fr H mr

The climbing version of the rose bred in Germany by Wilhelm Kordes, ‘Crimson Glory’ is the standard by which all other red roses are judged. Deep velvety crimson in color, the cupped petals hold a rich Damask fragrance. The shrub rose won the National Rose Society Gold Medal in 1936, and the James Alexander Gamble Rose Fragrance Medal in 1961.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Danae

Danae This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

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Danae This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1103

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1913

5 to 5 foot shrub 8 to 10 foot climber

 Z6-11 R Fr H my

Smoothly arching dark canes, neat green leaves, and dark yellow buds that open in creamy clusters give 'Danae' a sophisticated appearance. Its graceful habit is at home whether in an informal hedge, trained neatly through a fence, or trailing its tips on a formal goldfish pond. Orange red hips in the fall contrast nicely with the last flowers. This is an elegant plant. If grown as a climber, this rose will reach 8 to 10 feet.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Deanna Krause

Deanna Krause This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Deanna Krause This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1677

$22.95

2005

4 to 5 feet    Z5-11 R H pb

'Deanna Krause' forms an open, spreading four foot shrub. The variegated roses of dark and light pink and white occur heavily in spring and fall. This rose produces an abundant crop of hips if not dead headed. This Ray Ponton seedling is a cross of ‘Carefree Beauty’.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Dortmund Sold out

Dortmund This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Dortmund This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 703

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1955

15 to 30 feet    Z5-11 R H mr

Our specimen of 'Dortmund' draws praise almost every day of its growing season. The large, single red blooms are recurrent and each petal overlaps its neighbor, giving the impression of a delicate ruffle. With a white eye set off by brilliant yellow stamens, the flower alone is captivating. The foliage is equally exceptional with its large, glossy, dark green leaves. Also captivating are the thorns. While quite showy with their reddish hue on new growth, they can rudely interrupt the unwary. Plant this climber in a location where its vigorous canes wont intrude into walkways. Be prepared for spectacular displays.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Fires Of Alamo

Fires Of Alamo This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Fires Of Alamo This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1688

$22.95

2012

4 to 6 feet    Z5-11 R H dr

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Gideon Lincecum

Gideon Lincecum This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Gideon Lincecum This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1661

$22.95

2004

4 to 6 feet    Z5-11 R Fr H w

Gideon Lincecum's' best quality is its very dark foliage that acts as a foil to its single white flowers. Plants attain heights to six feet but are very bushy and thick. Few thorns and lots of hips make it even more attractive. This rose was named after Gideon Lincecum, a 1800's plant collector.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Graham Thomas™ Sold out

Graham Thomas™ This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Graham Thomas™ This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1608

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$22.95

1983

5 to 8 feet   Z5-11 R Fr H my

Old Rose lovers prayers have been answered by 'Graham Thomas'™, a bright yellow rose with the old rose shape. Fat buds open to cupped, medium blooms of a radiant golden yellow. The fragrance is unusual and spicy. Rather upright, many gardeners are at a loss as to how to control this rose. We have heard numerous remedies of either pruning back hard, pegging or training as a small climber. Either way, it looks magnificent in the garden. The rose was named for the British Old Rose expert, Graham Stuart Thomas.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display
Gypsy Sue

Gypsy Sue This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

$22.95

Gypsy Sue This flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area

Stock No. - 1672

$22.95

2015

5 to 6 feet    Z5-11 R Fr H ab

'Gypsy Sue' is a very vigorous, upright shrub to six feet. Her vigor is in contrast to the delicate, Tea-like flowers of soft tones of apricot. The flowers are very double and fragrant. This rose is named after a benefactor of the Reeves Reed Arboretum.

w = white
my = medium yellow
yb = yellow blend
ab = apricot blend
ob = orange blend
op = orange pink
lp = light pink
ly = light yellow
mp = medium pink
dp = deep pink
pb = pink blend
dr = dark red
mr = medium red
rb = red blend
m = mauve
mb = mauve blend
R = Repeat Blooming
O = Spring Blooming
Fr = Fragrant
H = Hip Display