Firm, semi-double pink blooms change slowly into a true green colour which they hold for a very long time. They are borne in clusters on long stems and are most unusual in flower arrangements. The bushes grow tall.
Looking at the frolic individuality of the blooms of this rose one has to be happy. The hush has a similar growth pattern to the famous ‘Iceberg’ of a non-stop production of flowering stems. The blooms are of a good size and shape, holding well in the hottest sun and are nice cut flowers. Excelling as a full bed, a small group, a single specimen and exceedingly well in a container.
This forever flowering compact rose, when planted next to a driveway or in beds near the house entrance, will indeed give a “Welcome home!” greeting. The very stiff petalled full blooms are of an interesting and versatile colour blend, a deep apricot that takes on a pink shimmer as the unfolding petals are exposed to sunlight. Ideal for border or foreground plantings of mixed beds, even those containing yellow or pink varieties. This rose requires a minimum care.
A masterpiece of colour art is what you see here: tangerine-orange brightened with rich gold, one third of the petals being burnt amber. The pointed buds open to double flowers with 35 petals.
The outer petals are curved, affording this elegant flower a graceful finishing touch. Plant is robust; disease resistant foliage; 3-8 flowers borne together on long stems.
French rose breeders, Delbard, created a most industrious performer as a monument to the arrival of the Huguenots in SA 300 years ago: shapely salmon-orange buds often cover the lustrous foliage of the bush.
Clusters may have 100 blooms at one time; support these enormous sprays in spring as the wind could break them; she repeat flowers prolifically
Need I even describe this rose? Most sold & most popular rose in S.A. Clusters of pure white, semi-double blooms. Vigorous, extremely prolific, bushy growth.
The plant’s susceptibility to black spot during moist periods is quickly overcome with new bursts of growth. When pruned lightly in winter, it will grow 2m in height.Plant Height: Shoulder HeightColours: White Uses: Cut-flowers, Exhibition Cluster
Seldom is such an elegance of bud & bloom found in a floribunda rose. The medium sized buds are urn shaped & sharply pointed before they unfold into delicate, semi-double blooms.
Softness of their cream-ivory colour is enhanced by glossy, deep green foliage. Medium high bush covered in blooms all season long.
Plant as contrast to dark brick walls.
Named in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Afrikaans School in Northern Johannesburg.
The ‘Jan Celliers’ rose grows neatly upright and tall, is covered with glossy extremely healthy foliage and produces firm petalled, full yellow blooms all over the stately plant.
It is suitable as a specimen for small groups and excellent for screening.
Large clusters of semi-double blooms; basic bright orangered with an irregular pattern of white stripes & dots. The bush grows upright, is very vigorous & willingly produces wave after wave of blooms.
A lovely, neat shrub rose covered with delicate single blooms of an exquisite soft coral which dance like butterflies in the wind. The abundant production of flowers can only be compared to a petunia.
The praise from gardeners who grow this rose renders it a hot favourite. Its use in landscaping, pots & tubs is unlimited.