Shapely, double, fragrant blooms. Semi-prostrate growth habit, flowers all along the strong, sideways growing stems. May be used as a groundcover, but its real attraction is when trained on short fences & pillars.
Particularly interesting features can be created on a slope or next to a retention wall etc, also by tying the canes on shaped wire frames.
An apricot counterpart to the world famous ‘Cecile Brunner’. Miniature blooms appear all along the slender, arching stems throughout the season. Grows into a stately specimen of 2m high & can perform as a climber on fences, as free hedges or in tubs.
Glossy, red-brown stems appear all season long & the mature foliage is extremely disease tolerant.Plant Height: Above Head HeightColours: Apricot , Orange , Peach orange Uses: Arch, Pillar, Trellis
Apricot & petite replica of hybrid tea blooms. Trusses may bear up to 3 dozen blooms. This is a superb cut rose for small arrangements, especially where garden space is limited. Grows into a 1.5 m high, slightly arching shrub & is covered with many shiny leaflets. Upright growth.
Arches 2m high to 3m wide. These long arching canes are covered with tough miniature rose leaves, facing outwards with many side stems, each of these carrying a dense cluster of double miniature blooms.
The opening buds are perfectly shaped & exude a sweet fragrance. Try it as a free standing specimen or train the stems on a pool fence, verandah or pillar.
Beauties of classic shape, a little larger than normal miniatures, the blooms appear continuously. It is not very rampant, however.
The long canes are ideal for training up a pole and sideways over arches & even low pergolas. The deep green, glossy foliage is an added attraction. It is a rose that draws my eyes to her & talks to me.
Elegantly pointed bud opens into a dainty ‘figurine’, showing its pretty petticoat roses of cream-pink. Blooms appear in clusters, produced throughout the season, starting earlier than most and flowering well into winter. Plant first grows upright to about 2m and then starts arching its canes. Fan it out on fences or let it ramble up a pole or an arch.
Plant Height: Above 3m HeightColours: Cream , Pink Uses: Arch, Climbing 3m, Exhibition Cluster, Pillar, Shrub, Trellis
Typical Midinette™ growth pattern, at first growing fairly upright to 2m high, then the branches start arching. Clusters of flowers appear on the main branches as well as on many side stems which are produced throughout the growing season.
This healthy plant is suitable to be spread out on medium high fences or ramble up on poles and arches.
The rich yellow buds are excellently formed, each developing into a most perfect exhibition bloom. The bush soon grows into a shrublet of about 1m in height and is covered at all times with its shapely blooms.
Astounding vigour & disease resistance makes it an almost carefree rose.
The attractive blooms appear in dense clusters on arching stems. The hardy plant grows into a small willowy shrub 1.5m high & about 2m wide.
A constant production of new stems ensures a continuous supply of colour & fragrance.
This little poppet looks as if nature’s Picasso had free reign with its paintbrush! The variety and gaiety with which it displays a spectrum of colour on one single bush brings a whirl of colour into play.
The tear shaped petals fluff out, overlapping like stripes of a multi-layered petticoat to form a neat, gay pompom. Soft moss bedecks the sepals.