Type: Hybrid Tea

Beautiful, large, heavy cupped to high centered 6" blooms (petals 45) of golden primrose-yellow with soft rose-pink shadings on what should be a strong growing continual blooming bush with large, rich-green, leathery foliage. Our plants of 'Peace' will be more winter hardy being own-root and virus free. Makes a good cut flower.

Availability: In stock This rose begins shipping the week of March 5th 2018

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Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score 8
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code No
Characteristics Cutting, Fragrance
Specific Color Golden primrose-yellow with soft rose-pink shadings.
Country of Origin France
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 4' X 3'
Year 1945


Customer Reviews (10)

Pleasantly surprised!Review by diveanddig
Huge beautiful and healthy plants and blooms. Some blooms the size of large dahlia blooms. This in the first season it was planted. I cannot wait until next year when the plant starts to fill out. (Posted on 10/13/2017)
My Peace rose has bloomed profusely even though I planted it only last spring. It's the most beautiful rose in the world.Review by EFK
This Peace Rose which I received last spring has blossomed profusely even though this is the first year I have had it. The blossoms are every bit as great as your nursery claims. It is the mot beautiful rose in the world! (Posted on 9/5/2017)
I LOVE my roses!Review by Candi
I was so excited when my bush had it's first bloom. The first one was pale, and I was a little disappointed, remembering the picture I had seen on the website. Then the next flower bloomed and it was gorgeous! Each subsequent bloom has been delightful! I only had one at a time at first, but now I have several buds bursting out all over and each bloom is similar to the ones pictured here. They actually progress in color from bud to final bloom, with reds, yellows and everything in between. THIS is why I pay more for it than the bushes at the grocery store or hardware store. There is no comparison. I LOVE these beauties! (Posted on 8/5/2017)
Outstanding bloomsReview by Debi
I had blooms within 6 weeks of planting my new Peace rose bush. Sweetly fragrant & beautiful colors. It's a hardy bush that is easy to care for. (Posted on 8/3/2017)
Incredible!Review by RWTreasure
In 1980s I rented a Seattle house with an old Peace rose in the front yard. It had been pruned to have a single upright "trunk" between 5-6 feet tall, and about FOUR INCHES in diameter. I have never, before or since, seen a rose like that.

The blooms were stunning. Like "dinner plate" dahlias, they were huge! Such a gorgeous play of color changes across those flowers too... Fascinating to watch day to day, sometimes even morning tonight.

I've planted and grown a Peace rose in every front yard I've lived at since then, including a Climbing Peace that is now 10 years old, over 12 foot tall and spread thickly across the 6 foot wide lattice screen on the front of my porch. Perfect gentle privacy, cars stopping to gawk at its huge flowers, and a sweet/gentle scent perfuming my sitting porch. (Posted on 6/11/2017)
beautiful rose that takes very little careReview by Rod
My Peace rose that i bought 3 years ago, just bloomed this week. I live in the deep south and with our humidity and weather, black spot is a real problem here, but with proper care early in the spring or late winter, this beauty produces tall canes and 6inch blooms. I love it so much that I just bought another, which was delivered April 25. Everyone is amazed at the size of the flowers. The fragrance will knock your head off. (Posted on 4/26/2017)
Tradition.Review by Patricia
My Grandmother was the first to buy this beaty in England when it first became available. She had it in her garden until she passed away. Peace was planted on her grave. My also English Mother had one in her garden. Now its my turn. This Rose is Tradition in my families gardens and my daughters have it and so will my granddaughters, hopefully my greatgranddaughter too, its our English tradition. (Posted on 4/2/2017)
Just StunningReview by KimK
Love this rose and the story that goes with it. One of my garden favorites. (Posted on 12/21/2016)
In love with a "spotty" roseReview by rose gershwin
Peace has always been a sentimental favorite of mine, having loved it in my grandmother's and my mother's gardens. I believe they had a gentle competition going between the two of them as to whose rose was more beautiful. That was in California. Here in the Seattle area my dear Peace gets very black spotted to the point that I've removed it far from my other roses. But I still love it. (Posted on 12/11/2016)
One of the most beautiful colorings out there!Review by Kristine
I planted a Peace and a Mr. Lincoln when I first moved into my house four years ago, knowing very little about roses. I'm so glad I did! It has helped cement my love of growing roses! Peace has been very reliable through tough Wisconsin winters, producing flowers continuously all season long on nice long canes. I tend to favor roses with extremely strong perfumes, and Peace is a bit milder than I prefer. It is still strong enough to notice (a nice fresh scent with notes of tea), but that's not the point... it is one of the loveliest flowers of any kind that I've ever seen!! The yellow buttercream centers that fade to pink edges just melt my heart! I make room for this rose even among my more fragrant roses, just for her sheer beauty! (Posted on 5/22/2014)

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