Grandiflora Roses

Grandiflora roses are known for their large showy flowers. They are a combination of graceful blooms of the hybrid teas married with the repetitive growth cycle of floribundas. The shades of colors go from soft pastels to deep purples and are complemented by the hints of the sweetest floral perfumes. These tall and hardy roses develop on long stemmed clusters for exquisite sophistication in flower border landscaping or hedging. Hardy and disease resistant.

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  • Fragrant Plum

    10 Review(s)
    Very long, elegant buds open into lovely, large, 4" double blooms (petals 20-25) that are a most unusual color combination of lavender toward the center, gradually shading to smoky plum-purple toward the edges. Add to this the fact that it is blessed with a wonderful, strong fruity perfume. The flowers are produced on long stems perfect for cutting. A tall continually blooming upright bush. Learn More
  • Twilight Zone

    5 Review(s)
    Big fat buds open to very double old-fashioned flowers of deep velvet purple overlaid with a wisp of smoke... a purple haze for the garden. Strong scent of clove and lemony citrus blossom. Medium, semi-glossy, dark green foliage. The purple will be deeper in more moderate temperatures. Learn More
  • Lagerfeld

    9 Review(s)
    Blooms are unique shade of silvery lavender. The double exhibition type 4" flowers (petals 30) are great for cutting and are wonderfully fragrant. Lush dark green foliage make a nice contrast to the delicately colored bloom. Continual blooming. Learn More
  • Cherry Parfait™

    11 Review(s)
    This rose is excellent in all climates. The truly outstanding 4 1/2" cupped blooms the color of creamy white with red edging and the dark foliage make this continually blooming rose a wonderful addition to any garden. 30 petals. Learn More
  • Dark Desire™

    2 Review(s)
    Nearly black bud opens to a violet, red bloom. An enticing, strong perfume of apricot, geranium, honey, lemon, myrrh, and rose. A display of garden grandeur. Learn More
  • Dick Clark

    2 Review(s)
    Black-red buds spiral open to show off swirls of cream edged and washed with vibrant cherry red. When the sun strikes these classically-formed cinnamon spice fragrant flowers the petals begin to blush burgundy. Continual bloomer. Tall, bushy, upright. Large, glossy, dark green foliage. Petal 30, Bloom 4.5" Learn More
  • Rock & Roll™

    5 Review(s)
    A flashy grandiflora that is striped and splashed burgundy, red & white. Strong, fruity, rose fragrance. Medium-large, very full blooms. This garden cast member will play the lead role. Learn More
  • Ch-Ching!

    2 Review(s)
    Clusters of deep yellow blooms having an occasional kiss of ruby red. A sport of 'Strike It Rich' endowed with a strong fruit/spicy fragrance. Tall, upright. Medium, semi-glossy, dark green foliage. ARS Winner. Petals 26-30, Bloom 4" Learn More
  • Coretta Scott King

    6 Review(s)
    The long, pointed buds open to large, full, cluster-flower blooms that have a creamy white center and a coral-orange edge. With a moderate fragrance, it produces 25 to 30 petals on blooms that are 4” in diameter on average. They grow in small clusters and have a cupped bloom form. This rose blooms continually on a medium, bushy, upright plant with dark green foliage. They grow to be between 3 to 5 feet, making it easy for people to see its punch of color. It and can be used for beds and borders, and grown in containers. It is very resistant to diseases, too. Learn More
  • Strike It Rich™

    6 Review(s)
    You'll think you've found gold when you grow this beauty! Sweet, spicy, fruity fragrance mixed with an abundance of 5" blooms (petals 30) and long lasting qualities are the highlights to this vigorous, deep golden yellow mixed with orange-pink rose. Very dark green leaves on a continually blooming bush. Learn More

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