Hybrid Tea Roses
Firm, black buds open slowly, developing into shapely, medium sized flowers with very firm petals.
The deep velvet-red of the half open bloom glows in the sun & does not fade or change until the petals eventually drop.
Carried on long, slender stems, the blooms make ideal cut flowers.
The bush grows vigorously upright & flowers profusely.
Dark velvet-red roses are borne on long stems. Thus this rose is great for cut flowers for the home.
The plant will easily reach shoulder height.
An outstanding French introduction; she is a step nearer to the much dreamed of black rose.
Pointed, firm buds open into magnificent, medium sized, double flowers with many petals.
The colour of the unopened bud is really black & the open blooms reveal a deep but still glowing velvet-red.
the bush grows vigorously.
Created in Japan in 1973, it was the most admired rose by the delegates from South Africa at the Japan Rose Convention
It has shapely, vermilion blooms which take on a brown-grey sheen as the bloom matures.
She produces long, prickly stems.
A rose for the connoisseur.
This truly black rose is chosen as an ambassador not only to market high communication technology but also to promote
This tall, vigorous shrub-like bush is capable of producing fifty and more medium sized blooms at any one time; all on long sturdy stems.
The firm petals are virtually impervious to our hot sun.
BlackBerry® forms part of our White Ribbon Rose collection. Ludwig’s Roses donates R5.00 per rose sold to Missing Children SA and BlackBerry® tops that by another R5.00.
Bles Bridges sang about roses – red roses.
The bud unfolds its very firm petals slowly until it has reached perfection of a tight, high-pointed peak with the outer petals unfolded and neatly arranged. The crimson-red has a velvet sheen.
The plant is vigorous and floriferous and carries these superb cut-flowers on medium-long, wiry stems.
A rose named after the capital of the Orange Free State had to be orange.
Medium sized, pointed buds appear 1 to 3 on strong, balanced stems & open into semi-double, long lasting flowers. She has created a sea of orange in Bloemfontein.
The lush, purple red foliage is also highly decorative.
This delicate in appearance yet strong grower, is the most popular of the ‘blue’ roses.
She delivers pointed, shapely, full blooms in this unique blue, silver-lilac colour which will not allow you to walk past her in the garden.
The bush grows in an upright, vigorous & healthy manner.
A very much loved oldie.
Soft silver, large, shapely double blooms are borne in profusion on this healthy, upright bush.