Heirloom Roses™

Roses that are bred at Heirloom Roses are commonly described as being "effortless" by those who have experienced the ease and joy of growing our roses. Heirloom Roses was created by John Clements for both the novice and expert alike. With lush, healthy blooms and rich aromatic bouquets, John's goal was to create a wide range of quality shrub roses. They are wonderful cut roses and are perfect for the cooler months in most climates.

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  • Portlandia™

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    Named for the copper statue in Portland, Oregon which is second only in size to the Statue of Liberty. This outstanding continually blooming shrub rose or climbing rose has an old-fashioned look. Its many petaled 3 1/2 -4" blooms (petals 80+) show a rich golden apricot center which shades to pink and cream. The blooms have a fruity fragrance and are produced in good sized clusters on long stems so that you may cut one cluster and fill a vase. Dark green, leathery foliage. Learn More
  • The Impressionist™

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    Fully double 4" blooms having 100 petals. The rich, dark, green foliage with a slight blue cast provides a perfect blending of hues. Its ancestral color palette includes lavender, scarlet crimson, buff and orange, tan to brown, yellow, pink, white, cream. Apricot, salmon, creamy pink, peach, coral, several shades of pink, orange red and gold. Makes a good cut flower. Learn More
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  • Fragrant Masterpiece™

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    Beautiful, 4-5" fully double blooms of blush pink, with 100 petals exudes a strong sweet fragrance. The blooms closely resemble 'Maiden's Blush' except they are larger and are continually produced from spring til fall. A great shrub rose to add to the class of fragrant roses. Learn More
  • Memories™

    The bush in full bloom is a memorable sight. The fully double old-fashioned 3 1/2" blooms (petals 80) are a lovely shade of warm pink. The slightly spreading continually blooming bush with rich green foliage makes a wonderful garden plant. Outstanding. Learn More
  • Matchless Mother

    Coral-orange flowers. Bloom 4", Petal 50+ Learn More
  • Louise Clements™

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    While not a David Austin Roses, Louise Clements was rated by the American Rose Society ahead of 30 out of 33 David Austin English Roses for exhibition beauty. This rose has been greatly admired by both our staff and garden visitors, receiving rave reviews. Bred from 'Graham Thomas'. The old-fashioned, fully double, English-style 4" blooms (petals 70) can best be described as an intense copper. It is a color quite unlike that found in any other rose. When John first saw the rare beauty and outstanding character of this rose he knew he would name it for his wife. This plant is a continual blooming upright bush with reddish stems and bronze-green foliage which provides a background for the striking blooms and an added bonus of lovely fragrance. Learn More
  • Tranquility™

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    Most exquisite old fashioned 4" blooms (petals 60+) whose coloring is a delicate peaceful pink shading to near white at the petal edges, reminiscent of Souvenir de la Malmaison. The lovely flowers have elegance and dignity and are blessed with a strong intoxicating rich myrrh perfume. The blooms are produced both individually and in small clusters on a bushy compact plant whose bronze red young foliage mature to a rich dark green. Learn More
  • Star Of The Nile™

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    Intense, deep pink, very large fully double 4" blooms (petals 80) that age to the blended colors of an Egyptian sunrise. Bears the wonderful fragrance so closely associated with the Middle East: the myrrh perfume is also in its parent 'The Yeoman'. The young foliage and stems are bronze red, developing into a densely foliaged continual blooming plant with dark-green matte leaves. Much admired by visitors to our gardens. Makes a good cut flower. Learn More
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