Harkness Roses

Harkness Roses is a rose-breeding nursery in England. They have some of the highest standards in growing a large variety of superior roses that are reliable, beautiful, and great performers. With hundreds of choices and varieties, Harkness Roses are known all the world over for their excellence. Their consistent high performance in return for low maintenance, make them a popular rose for many gardeners.

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  • Livin' Easy

    7 Review(s)
    Clouds of bright and bold orange, semi-double 3 1/2" blooms (petals 25-30) having a clove/spicy fragrance are borne on a continual blooming plant. All American Rose Winner Learn More
  • The Prince's Trust

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    Large clusters of beautiful cherry red blooms. 'The Princes's Trust' has one big advantage; it flowers from top to bottom. A vigorous continual blooming climber with wonderful green foliage. 4" bloom with 17-25 petals. Learn More
  • The English Lady™

    A rose of great, delicate beauty with flowers of rich, peachy apricot at their centers shading to golden apricot and then finishing at the outer edge of the petals with a soft buff coloring. The blooms are produced in good numbers on a well foliaged, rounded bush. Petals 20+, Bloom 4" Learn More
  • Spirit Abundance

    Vermillion with flashes of silver. A rose to make any grower look like an expert. The plant exudes vigor and health, producing a veritable stream of flowers. Plants are sturdy and upright. A good landscape subject and would make a nice short hedge Very disease resistant Learn More
  • Songs Of Praise™

    Bold, rich deep red many petaled flowers adorn this bush continuously. They are shown to their finest by the back drop of rich, dark green, glossy foliage that covers the plant. A great rose for garden color or to cut and bring into the house. Learn More
  • Royal Pageant™

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    A colorful climber of great beauty. Its fragrant 5" flower (petals 25) is a lovely blend of rich apricot amber and golden yellow, produced in profusion on a sturdy continual blooming plant with rich deep-green, leathery foliage. May also be grown as a free standing shrub. A most popular color combination. Makes a good cut flower. Learn More
  • Raspberry Ruffles

    The small ruffled blooms almost make you want to hug it. The raspberry, candy-pink 2 1/2" blooms are made up of about 12 very ruffled petals, each with brush strokes of snow white on the margins. A unique compact continually blooming upright plant with many canes. Something very unusual. Learn More
  • Pure Gold

    This is how Robert Harkness describes 'Pure Gold: "Perfectly formed 4-5" blooms (petals 30+) of a warm golden shade. A flower full of scalloped petals possessing a strong, enchanting sweet perfume. Branching continually blooming. A great performer in beds and borders. Learn More
  • Pride Of England™

    Large, classically formed 5" blooms (petals 30) are rich, velvety crimson red with a slight sweet pea fragrance. You can imagine that it would have to be a great rose to be given the name 'Pride of England'. A strong vigorous continually blooming growing plant. Great for the garden or for cutting. Learn More
  • Pink Abundance™

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    Eye-catching deep coral salmon pink 4" blooms (petals 60+) and lots of them. If you like a rose that produces masses of long lasting flowers, look no further. They have a lovely and unique fragrance of sweet pear and mint. A continual blooming bushy compact plant with dense glossy foliage. Learn More

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