Hybrid Musk Roses

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  • Lavender Lassie

    8 Review(s)
    Beautiful trusses of pretty lavender pink, semi-double blooms on a strong growing plant that is more upright than most Hybrid Musks. A wonderful specimen plant which is very fragrant; it is one of our most popular roses. May also be grown as a shrub.3" bloom with 17-25 petal count. Learn More
  • Ballerina

    6 Review(s)
    A very profuse blooming rose of restrained habit. Hundreds of small, 2" pink single blooms with a white eye having a slight sweet/honey fragrance are borne in huge clusters. Makes a wonderful show in a vase. Learn More
  • Lexy™

    1 Review(s)
    The first word that comes to mind is "fantastic". The blooms match their namesake, our granddaughter Alexandra. The old-fashioned, fragrant, English-style 3" blooms (petals 70) of a lovely shade of pink are produced in clusters of 12-15 on a vigorous, well-foliaged continual blooming bush. A very nice plant with glossy, dark-green foliage. Makes a good cut flower. Learn More
  • Dancing In The Wind™

    1 Review(s)
    An outstanding addition to the Hybrid Musk class. A startling abundance of flowers in huge clusters of soft, salmon pink, 2 1/2-3" semi-double blooms (12-15 petals) with peachy-cream centers set off by rich golden stamens. A real standout in the garden with great charm and elegance. We have received reports of excellent performance. An upright, continual blooming vigorous bush with glossy foliage. The gentle beauty of `Dancing In The Wind' will enhance any rose garden and will draw garden visitors right to it. Learn More
  • Bukavu

    Arching canes mound up and bloom well through the season with bright carmine red 2" flowers exhibiting white centers. Place this rose in the center of your garden and allow to flourish. Petal count 4-11. Learn More
  • Buff Beauty

    4 Review(s)
    A charming rose with a delicate shading of rich, buff apricot. The 3" old-style, double blooms, borne in small trusses, have a lovely tea rose fragrance. A rose of diverse uses, it can be pruned and kept low and compact or grown as a spreading shrub. In warm climates it may be trained as a short climber. Has rich dark green foliage. 45+ petals. Learn More
  • Penelope

    4 Review(s)
    Full trusses of creamy pink to yellow semi-double 4" blooms (petals 18) that open to show golden yellow centers with strong heady musk fragrance of a very vigorous continual blooming bush with glossy foliage. Learn More
  • Pink Prosperity

    This rose is hardy and vigorous with arching stems. Offers rich, deep-green foliage. Shade tolerant and tolerates poor soil. May climb if trained. Good disease resistance. Makes good cut flower. Learn More
  • Verdi

    An outstanding rose that Louise first saw in Germany. The bush covers itself with small double, deep-rose-mauve (an unusual color) blooms set off by its wonderful, dark, glossy foliage. An upright and spreading bush. Repeat blooming. Learn More
  • Cornelia

    7 Review(s)
    A delightful Hybrid Musk of delicate beauty producing arching trusses of 2 1/2" double, rosette shaped blooms of apricot-copper aging to apricot shaded pink. The flowers are very fragrant. A strong growing continual blooming shrub having few thorns with glossy, dark green foliage. Petals 30. Learn More

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