With parentage being miniatures, this variety produces clusters & individual blooms of immaculate shape on short pickable stems.
The white & pink bi-colour is a most pleasing combination. An easy performer with a compact, well proportioned, dense bush.
An ideal border plant & is especially ornate when grown in a pot.
The Karoo, a hot, long stretch between C.T. & Gauteng? No, what of its cultural heritage, plant population, kind people & not least – its tremendous heritage of old roses.
This rose has shapely watermelon orange, semi-double blooms which change to pink clusters. Well rounded bush with dark green, tough foliage. Basal & side shoots appear non-stop.
‘Kissing Ayoba’ is a charming floribunda that is covered with small firm petalled blooms in a bright lipstick red with silver reverse.
The flowers appear in small clusters all over the neat, hip high bush. The bronzy red young foliage matures to a bold
green that is immune to fungus infection.
‘Kissing Ayoba’ is very versatile in its use, be it as a specimen bush, a border plant, in front of tall growing hybrid teas, mass plantings, or in tubs. It will be stunning as a standard rose.
Deep pink, five petalled blooms are borne in clusters. This rose is extremly tough and seems to enjoy the Natal climate.
It will spread out at hip height, covering itself incessantly with deep pink.
Firm, double blooms are borne in large, tight clusters & are carried on sturdy stems at an even height. Deep velvet red which does not fade in the sun. Outstandingly healthy; neat growth habit.
Plant in groups for best effect.
It will provide a flower spectacle for most of the year, and also masses of pickable stems with a good vase life.
With light pruning, a single bush is capable of becoming a formidable specimen of 2m height and width, always clothed with flowering stems.
Space 1m x 1m for planting. Prune back to 70cm in winter and trimm with hedge clippers in the growing season.
A great number of small, but shapely blooms of a dazzling colour appear on a neat compact bush which is clothed with glossy leaves. The extremely stiff petals show off the blend of bright orange red with apricot cream. The colour holds well in all weather conditions. They perform well when grown in large pots as borders, edgings and in formal rose beds.Plant Height: Hip HeightColours: Apricot , Bright orange , Cream Uses: Bedding, Cut-flowers, Exhibition, Exhibition Cluster, New
A sport of the amazing ‘Little Red Hedge’. Equal in performance, it also has the huge delphinium-like spikes, but in a clear pink. When planted in a row it will form a charming, flowering low hedge. The glossy foliage is healthy.
Imagine a deep red delphinium spike & you have the best description of this rose. The small, pointed buds of clear carmine-red are produced on rigid little side stems & open into firm, double blooms which seem to last forever.
The bush continues to produce basal flower spikes in the shortest time & will form a dense ‘little red hedge’.
Celebrating the arrival of my fi rst granddaughter: Lumina Visser. I have chosen this spectacular, white, luminescent rose to bloom brightly for her lifetime ahead and in the gardens of those who cherish her. Susina
Even the way the sepals unwrap and stand proud when they reveal the tight cream, yellow-green, onion dome shaped bud, is elegant. Once the bud unfolds, it is almost as if it expands in size and the sheer fullness of the deep cup shaped bloom begins to be revealed. The frilled outer petals retain their green tinge, whereas the inner petals are of an unblemished white with a touch of ivory fl owing towards the centre. The blooms are long lasting and excellent as cut fl owers for the vase even if they appear in candelabras. Truly a bloom that is absolutely harmonised in colour, shape, petal count and appearance. It comes very close to perfection.They appear singly and in candelabras.Plant Height: Hip HeightColours: Cream , Green , Ivory , White , Yellow Uses: Cut-flowers, New