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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  • Reine Victoria

    Graham Thomas tells us the `La' should be dropped. Strongly fragrant. Wonderful cupped 3 1/2" blooms (petals 60+) of rose pink touched with lilac held in elegant grace above the foliage. Very slender upright repeat blooming growth. Learn More
  • Baronne Prévost

    Magnificent, very fragrant, voluptuous, fully double 4" blooms (petals 40+) of elegant, deep rose-pink. The flowers open flat and are quartered with a button eye. An upright, vigorous, well-foliaged bush. Most outstanding. Excellent for exhibition. Learn More
  • Ypsilante

    An excellent rose as a once-bloomer. Light green foliage is a perfect backdrop for the button-eye, quartered, pink/mauve blooms. With an exceptional strong fragrance this rose is sure to give you a massive showing in spring to early summer each year. Good for zones 4-8. And petal count is 26-40. Learn More
  • Tuscany Superb

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    Large semi-double 5" blooms (petals 24+) whose color is a lovely deep crimson purple. The petals have a velvet texture and are accented rich golden yellow stamens produced on a once blooming nearly thorn-less plant. Superbly fragrant. Densely foliaged. It is at its best in the spring. Its blooms look unreal, like they are made of the finest porcelain. 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
  • Tom Wood

    A beautiful strong fragrance on this red hybrid perpetual rose bush. An upright bush with 4" blooms. Repeat bloomer will supply your garden with gorgeous blooms through the growing season. Good for zones 6-10. Petal count 26-40. Learn More
  • The Green Rose

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    Flowers are green often touched with bronze. Narrow leaf-like petals. A real novelty and oddity often used in flower arrangements. You either love it or hate it. Jokingly referred to as "rosa monstrata".(R. Chinensis viridiflora) Second photo credit goes to Dona Martin. Bloom 1/2" Petals 15 Learn More
  • Rose de Rescht

    Old-fashioned, fully double (petals 50+) blooms of elegant fuchsia-crimson blessed with wonderful fragrance. A compact repeat blooming plant with medium-green foliage with red edges when young. Learn More

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