Old Garden Roses

Old Garden roses are the predecessors of today’s roses. Some date back to the time of the Roman Empire when they were revered for their beauty and fragrance. Old garden roses have a delicate beauty and wonderful perfume not often found in modern hybrid tea roses. They are a diverse group from the stately albas with wonderful fragrance and great winter hardiness to the tender and lovely tea roses best suited for warm climates. Old Garden Roses comprise a multifaceted group that, in general, are easy to grow, disease-resistant and winter-hardy

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  • Blush Hip

    One of the earliest blooming of the old garden roses. This very rare, old alba from 1840 is very vigorous and has classically shaped 3-4" blooms of light pink. Upright and arching growth, once blooming and hardy. Learn More
  • Frau Karl Druschki

    Here is possibly the most beautiful of all white roses. Huge fully double, high centered blooms of purest white on a strong, upright plant with light green foliage. This wonderful rose was not blessed with fragrance, so you can plant it in the back of the flower border without feeling cheated. Bloom 5 1/2", Petals 40+ Learn More
  • La Reine

    Large, globular buds open into fully double, 4" cupped blooms (petals 40+) of silvery pink with undertones of lilac on a small bush (for its class.) Wonderfully fragrant. Repeat blooming upright and well foliaged plant. Very popular. One of the first Hybrid Perpetuals. Learn More
  • Pompon de Bourgogne

    Outstanding in our garden and greatly admired by visitors. Small pompon type 1 1/2" blooms of pale pink to purple erupt in profusion on a densely foliaged, compact once blooming plant with small foliage. One of the first to bloom in our garden. The blooms spread over the entire bush which itself is of great interest even without blooms. Would be an excellent plant for a small hedge or border, or lovely by the front door or path. Very even growth. Lower canes are never visible. Good for small gardens and tubs. Learn More
  • Red Moss

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    Rated as the second best of all old garden roses by the American Rose Society. Beautiful, very mossed buds open into elegant clusters of crimson-red, old-fashioned, many petaled 3 1/2" blooms (petals 40+) with a wonderful old rose fragrance. Profuse once bloomer. Wonderful cut flowers. Learn More
  • Tricolore de Flandre

    Pink and white striped blended rose with long pointed buds. A beautiful looking once-bloomer that will supply you with blooms for weeks in the spring to early summer months. A soft looking rose plant with few thorns as it is thorn-less, nearly thorn-less. Good for zones 4-8 and has 26-40 petals per bloom. Additional photos of 'Tricolore de Flandre ' are available on HelpMeFind Learn More
  • Alba Maxima

    Double blooms of delicate flesh pink aging to ivory-white. Very fragrant a sturdy, bush with grey-green foliage that thrives under the most difficult growing conditions. Beautiful fall hips. Once Blooming Learn More
  • Apothecary's Rose

    Large, semi-double 3-4" blooms (petals 12-18) of light red, opening to show a golden center, produced profusely on a nicely formed once blooming plant with grey-green foliage. Fragrant and shade tolerant. One of the antiquities of Rosedom. Used for medicinal purposes in Medieval times. Learn More

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