Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Here are pictures of the roses or at least the tags with a description of the three I just purchased and planted. I hope they look as good or better than their tags suggest.
The creamyorange buds open to strongly fragrant dark orange blooms that later mature into creamy yellow. Flowers from June to mid September.
Hardy Explorer rose, the vigorous, disease resistant shrub produces an abundance of tea-like pink blooms. Grows 3-4' with 20-25 petals per bloom.
A hardy, everblooming shrub rose with bright cherry-red 2-3' double flowers produced in small clusters on a low growing plant. The dark foliage has excellent disease resistance. Red hips in the fall are an added bonus.
I can hardly wait for these to blooms.
"May All Your Weeds Be Wildflowers"
Planted by crazygramma at 6:37 AM