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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  • Midsummer Night's Dream™

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    A 5" rose (petals 30) of most unusual color: deep rich tangerine-bronze. A color that reflects light to look exceptionally bright. There is a strong perfume to add to our pleasures. An upright continual blooming bush whose foliage has a deep shine to it and the flowering is prolific. Learn More
  • Lady Jane Grey™

    4 Review(s)
    An elegant beauty that consistently looks lovely in the garden. Named for the Queen of England who remained faithful to her convictions and as a result lost her throne and her life. Old-style 5" many petaled (at times almost quartered) blooms whose color is rose amber overlaid with blush pink and an inner hint of honey. Wonderfully strong perfume with beauty of bloom that will make you want to bring it in the house. The blooms are borne on a continual blooming upright, well-foliaged bush with leathery dark green, shiny leaves that makes the blooms even more pronounced. 60+ petals. Learn More
  • St. John™

    'St. John' produces huge clusters or sprays of pure white, perfectly formed flowers that are fantastic for cutting and arrangements. It also does very well as an exhibition rose. A shrub-like, domed habit makes it a beautiful garden plant. Learn More
  • Judy Garland

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    A floribunda of outstanding fragrance. The 4" blooms (petals 22+) are bright yellow edged with orange-red. A continual blooming bushy plant with shiny mid-green foliage. Learn More
  • Tower Bridge™

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    A great name for an English Legend rose. The rose is a sumptuous replica of the Victorian look. Old-fashioned formed, many petaled 4 1/2" blooms of light crimson that exude an exceptionally delightful and powerful perfume. An excellent cut rose with long lasting blooms to bring indoors to enjoy and perfume the room. A vigorous, upright continual bush with dark-green, leathery foliage. Learn More
  • St. Christopher

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    A rose of intense, deep yellow and good form. Later in the summer season, the color lightens with the heat. The bright and happy 4" flowers (petals 50) add needed color to the spring garden. A vigorous continual blooming bush with rich green foliage. Learn More
  • Well-Being™

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    I will just let Robert Harkness (the rose breeder) describe this great rose. "This elegant shrub rose is our most heavily perfumed introduction for some years. Its top fragrance note is citrus but more discerning noses claim to have detected lower notes of liquorice and cloves." Blooms are double, open cupped yellow centers blushed orange towards the rim. The clusters carry about five blooms, giving a bright and cheerful effect. A handsome shrub, supreme to cut for indoor decoration. 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
  • Penny Lane™

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    (Rose of the Year in England in 1998) the first continually blooming climber to ever receive this top award. This wonderful rose has old fashioned-style fully double 4" blooms with great charm and beauty that are also very fragrant. Their honey-champagne colored blooms blush prettily to pearl in hot weather. Sometimes they are borne individually and sometimes in sprays. Learn More
  • Rosemary Harkness

    2 Review(s)
    Fully double 4-5" blooms (petals 35+) whose coloring is orange salmon with an orange yellow reverse. A continual blooming bushy plant with dark glossy foliage. Gold Medal and Fragrance Award Winner. Learn More

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