Dense shrublet covered with old fashioned, loose, cup shaped blooms. Cream with an apricot-cream centre. It excels in group plantings, as borders, in mixed beds & even in pots. Prolific, vigorous & healthy.
Standing in front of this superb rose, one cannot help but to imagine looking at a beautiful lady, wearing a flowing, long, crimson velvet dress, dancing at a ballroom dance. That is what separates this variety from other Floribundas, the ability to produce perfect, Hybrid Tea shaped blooms from the base, reaching all around the tall bush. A performer!
Some fifty narrow, firm petals uncurl from smallish buds into full blooms dancing all over the compact, well rounded bush. The colour is quite a unique blend of orangey red on the inside petal flowing over to the creamy gold on the reverse side of each petal. The aging blooms take on a pinkish tone just before they drop off cleanly, making place for the next crop of buds in waiting. With glossy, disease resistant leaves this is a superb rose for border planting, large flower beds, small groups and to grow in pots.Plant Height: Hip HeightColours: Cream , Golden , Orange , Red Uses: Cut-flowers, Exhibition Cluster
This healthy, glossy leaved shrub displays all the excellent characteristics of its parent ‘Johannesburg Garden Club’. She produces a multitude of deep pink single blooms & is a great colourscape rose.
A never ending supply of clusters of medium, deep golden shapely buds change to orange & then scarlet red as the petals are exposed to the sun. Being such a prolific bloomer, the spent blooms should be removed regularly. A healthy rose.
Form of bud and bloom is excellent. A most pleasing salmon with a golden base. A vigorous & healthy top performer which grows into a tall, slender specimen.
A typical cluster flowering floribunda that grows to between hip and chest height. The stems are clothed with glossy bronze leaves in their young stage. They mature to a deep green as the flowering buds are formed. The semi double blooms are of a bright vermilion orange that takes on an interesting brown tone as they mature. The golden yellow stamens are prominently showed off as the petals of the opening blooms unfold.Plant Height: Hip HeightColours: Brown , Orange , Vermillion Uses: Bedding, New
This rose is dedicated to Eve Palmer author of The Plains of Camdeboo and keen collector of herbs and Heritage roses. The rose is compact but with a bushy, spreading knee height growth. It produces huge almost single blooms of a pink yellow blend in non-stop abundance. It is a truly special rose that has an air of calmness and
A compact growing, neat floribunda covering itself with semi-double cream white blooms with a distinct deep brown pink eye (the centre of the blooms) which arose from breeding with the Persica rose. The quick repeat flowering bush is vigorous and healthy, ideal for large beds, borders and growing in pots.
Named in commemoration of Fana Malherbe, medical doctor and sculpturing artist of renown. This hip high floribunda produces an abundance of HT shaped blooms individually and in clusters and is of a warm orange apricot colour. Excellent for group or mass plantings and also in containers. Provides many short stemmed cut flowers.