Who doesn't love to receive a bouquet of beautiful roses? When we receive them we notice the colors and the perfume, and smile when we arrange them a vase. If you are a rose grower, however, the story is slightly different. The range of beautiful roses you can grow in your garden is truly astounding. Seriously, commercial roses are just so boring and bland compared to the stunningly beautiful roses you can grow for yourself.
1 Mint Julep Rose
There are some beautiful roses in unusual colors. This name is perfect for the colors.
The Mint Julep Rose is an incredibly beautiful and unique flower. It is a hybrid tea rose, and its petals are a soft blend of pink, lavender, and white. The color combination is often compared to a mint julep, a popular Southern cocktail. It is a hardy and disease-resistant variety, making it a great choice for gardeners of all levels.
The Mint Julep Rose is a long-lasting bloomer, and its blooms are fragrant and large. The blooms are also very full, and the plant can reach up to three feet tall. The Mint Julep Rose is a great choice for any garden, and it is especially attractive when planted in groups. It is also a great choice for cutting gardens, as its blooms last for up to a week in a vase.
The Mint Julep Rose is an excellent choice for any garden, as it is easy to care for and produces beautiful blooms that last for weeks. It is a great addition to any garden, and its unique color combination makes it a standout among other roses.
2 Old Country Roses
These cultivars are known as a type called "cabbage roses." You can see why.
3 Irish Creme Roses
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What a gloriously unusual color.
Irish Creme roses are a stunningly unique variety of rose that is sure to be the envy of your garden. These roses have a creamy yellow color that blends into a soft pink and coral hue, creating a beautiful contrast that is sure to draw attention. The petals of the Irish Creme rose are full and velvety, with a light, sweet scent that is reminiscent of honey.
These roses are perfect for cutting and make a stunning addition to any bouquet. They also look beautiful planted in mass to create a stunning display. Irish Creme roses are known for their hardiness and disease resistance, making them an ideal choice for both beginner and experienced gardeners.
When planting Irish Creme roses, it is important to provide them with plenty of sun and well-drained soil. They prefer a slightly acidic soil with a pH of 6.5-7.0, and should be fertilized regularly. When pruning, it is important to cut back no more than 1/3 of the bush at any one time.
4 Osiria Rose
A stunning mix of blood red and silver white.
The Osiria Rose is a stunning mix of blood red and silver white, and is a must-have for any garden. It is a large-flowered rose, with the flowers reaching up to five inches in diameter. The petals are a deep red color, with a white center. The foliage is glossy and dark green, and the stems are strong and tall. The Osiria Rose is a hybrid variety, created from a cross between Rosa chinensis and Rosa foetida.
The Osiria Rose is a very hardy variety, and can thrive in a variety of climates. It is a disease-resistant rose, and is relatively low-maintenance. It grows best in full sun, and should be watered regularly. It is best to prune the Osiria Rose in early spring, to encourage new growth and flowering.
The Osiria Rose is a popular choice for landscaping, as it adds a beautiful splash of color to any garden. The flowers are long-lasting, and can be used in cut-flower arrangements. The Osiria Rose is also a popular choice for weddings and special events, as its unique color combination adds a romantic touch to any occasion.
5 Tiffany Blue Rose
These would be perfect as the "something blue" in a bridal bouquet.
6 Martha Washington Rose
The colors of a sunset.
The Martha Washington Rose is a beautiful hybrid tea rose that produces large, full blooms in a range of colors. It is an extremely hardy plant, able to withstand temperatures as low as -20°F and is a great choice for gardeners in colder climates. Its flowers range in color from soft pink to deep red and have a strong, sweet fragrance. The Martha Washington Rose is a great choice for gardeners who are looking for a hardy, long-lasting rose variety.
The Martha Washington Rose is an easy-to-grow plant that requires minimal care. It should be planted in full sun and in well-draining soil. It should be watered regularly and fertilized every few weeks during the growing season. Pruning is also important to keep the plant healthy, and it should be done in the spring and summer.
The Martha Washington Rose is a great addition to any garden. Its large, colorful blooms make it a great choice for cutting and using in floral arrangements. It is also a great choice for gardeners who are looking for a hardy, low-maintenance rose variety. With its beautiful blooms and easy-care requirements, the Martha Washington Rose is sure to bring beauty and joy to any garden.
Am seriously loving this beautiful rose variety with its cherry red and creamy white.
8 Fire and Ice Roses
Another perfectly named rose variety.
The Fire and Ice Rose is a stunning variety of rose that has a beautiful combination of colors. Its petals are a combination of hot pink and white. The petals often vary in intensity, from a light pink to a deep pink, and from a light white to a bright white. The combination of these colors gives the rose a unique look that is sure to be admired.
The Fire and Ice Rose is a hybrid variety of rose that was created by crossing a hybrid tea rose and a floribunda rose. It is a hardy variety of rose and can tolerate some cold temperatures. It is a popular choice for gardeners who want to have a rose variety that is both beautiful and hardy.
The Fire and Ice Rose is a great choice for gardeners who are looking for a rose variety that will provide them with a long-lasting bloom. It can bloom for up to four weeks during the summer months and will continue to bloom throughout the year if it is given proper care. It is a great choice for gardeners who want to enjoy the beauty and fragrance of roses without having to worry about them wilting too quickly.
They really do look good enough to eat. It's easy to see why these are nicknamed the milk chocolate roses.
Leonidas is a variety of rose that is aptly nicknamed "milk chocolate roses" due to its unique color. This variety of rose has a creamy, light brown hue that is reminiscent of a milk chocolate bar. It is an incredibly popular variety of rose, as it is easy to take care of and produces large, full blooms. Leonidas roses are also highly fragrant, with a sweet, spicy scent.
The Leonidas rose is a hybrid tea rose, meaning that it has been selectively bred to produce large, showy blooms with a long stem. It is a repeat-blooming variety of rose, meaning that it will produce flowers throughout the growing season. It is a hardy variety of rose, and can withstand a wide range of temperatures.
Leonidas roses are a great choice for any garden, as they are extremely easy to take care of and will produce beautiful blooms throughout the growing season. They are also a great choice for flower arrangements, as their unique color and sweet scent will make any arrangement stand out. Whether you are looking to add a pop of color to your garden or to make a stunning flower arrangement, the Leonidas rose is a great choice.
10 Mawar Batik
You have to wonder how they come up with these new varieties.
Mawar Batik is a stunning rose variety that is sure to turn heads in any garden. The blooms of the Mawar Batik rose are a deep, vibrant pink with a yellow center. The petals are ruffled and full, giving the flower a unique and eye-catching look. The foliage of the Mawar Batik is a deep green, making the vibrant pink of the blooms stand out even more.
The Mawar Batik rose is a hybrid tea rose, which was introduced in 2008. It is a cross between two popular rose varieties, the Harison’s Yellow and the Grand Gala. The result is a striking rose variety that is sure to be the centerpiece of any garden.
The Mawar Batik rose is a hardy variety and can withstand cold temperatures. It is also resistant to disease and pests, making it a great choice for gardeners who want a beautiful rose that is easy to care for. The rose also has a long blooming period, with blooms appearing from spring through fall.
Via Rose Eden
This is one of the most gorgeous climbing varieties of rose.
Eden is a climbing rose variety that is known for its beauty and striking features. It is a hybrid tea rose variety that was bred by the famous rose breeder, David Austin. It is a vigorous grower that can reach up to 8 feet in height. It has a strong, sweet fragrance that is very pleasant. The flowers are large and double, with an average diameter of 4-5 inches. They are a soft pink color with a hint of yellow and white at the center. The petals are medium-sized and semi-double.
The foliage of Eden is a deep, glossy green color and is very attractive. It is disease-resistant and can tolerate a wide range of climates. It blooms in the summer and in some cases, can even bloom through the winter. It is an ideal choice for gardeners who want a beautiful and low-maintenance rose variety.
12 Black Pearl
The black pearl has a very strong fragrance to go with that deep maroon color.
The Black Pearl rose is an incredibly popular variety of rose that is known for its deep maroon color and strong, sweet fragrance. Unlike some other varieties of roses, the Black Pearl is cold-tolerant and can survive in temperatures as low as -10°C. It is known for its long-lasting blooms and is a great choice for gardeners who want to enjoy their roses for a long time.
The Black Pearl rose is a hybrid tea rose, which means it has a long stem and large, single blooms. It grows to a height of about 3-4 feet and has a spread of about 2 feet. The petals are velvety and the center of the flower is a deep maroon color. The foliage is dark green and glossy, and the leaves are large and leathery.
The Black Pearl rose is a great choice for gardeners who want to add a touch of elegance to their garden. It is a hardy rose and can thrive in a variety of climates. It is also relatively low maintenance and requires minimal pruning and fertilizing.
13 White Delight
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The pale pink heart is so delicate.
14 Huntington Library
Sorry ladies, I don't know what this rose variety is called but it's so pretty I didn't want to leave it out.
15 Black Rose
Black roses are usually very, very dark shades of red or purple. This one is the darkest maroon.
16 Sterling Silver
Apparently lavender and lilac colored roses have the sweetest scents.
Sterling Silver is a beautiful variety of rose that has become increasingly popular in recent years. Its unique color is a blend of pale lavender and lilac, giving it a soft, romantic look. The scent of this rose is particularly sweet, making it perfect for bouquets or garden displays. It is a great choice for those looking for a unique and eye-catching flower.
The Sterling Silver rose is a hybrid variety, created by crossing two different rose species. It was bred by crossing the ‘Sterling Silver’ and ‘Lavender’ roses, which are both known for their sweet scent and soft colors. The result is a unique and beautiful flower, which is highly sought after for its unique look.
This rose is a great choice for those looking to add a touch of romance to their garden. It is also a popular choice for bouquets and arrangements, as its unique color and sweet scent make it a perfect addition to any floral display. The Sterling Silver rose is relatively easy to care for, requiring minimal maintenance. It is a hardy variety that can withstand cold temperatures and is resistant to most pests and diseases.
What this lacks in perfume is made up by a wonderful abundance of petals.
18 Walking on Sunshine
You'll get a bush carpeted with flowers if you grow this.
This particular rose variety, Walking on Sunshine, is an award-winning hybrid tea rose that is known for its vibrant yellow blooms. It is an easy-to-grow variety that will provide your garden with an abundance of showy flowers throughout the summer. The flowers are large, with up to five petals per bloom, and have a strong, sweet fragrance. This rose bush grows upright and can reach heights of up to 4 feet, with a spread of up to 3 feet. It is a great choice for gardeners of all skill levels and requires minimal care. It is best planted in full sun, with well-drained soil and regular waterings. Pruning should be done in late winter or early spring to encourage new growth. This rose variety is also quite disease-resistant, making it a great choice for those looking for a low-maintenance rose. With its bright yellow blooms and sweet fragrance, Walking on Sunshine is sure to bring a cheerful addition to any garden.
19 William Morris
Via William Morris
Named after the British designer.
20 Maria Stern
The Maria Stern is a really hardy rose that can withstand sub zero temperatures.
The Maria Stern rose is a unique variety of rose that is able to survive in temperatures as low as 0°F. This makes it an ideal choice for gardeners in colder climates who want to enjoy the beauty of roses in their gardens. The Maria Stern rose is a hybrid variety created by crossing two species of roses, resulting in a plant that is both hardy and beautiful. Its blooms are a deep red color and are very fragrant. It is also relatively disease resistant and can tolerate drought conditions. The Maria Stern rose is a great choice for a garden that receives full sun and well-drained soil. It is also an excellent choice for a cutting garden, as its blooms last for several days when cut and placed in a vase.
21 Louise Odier
This variety was first cultivated back in 1851.
22 Rainbow Sherbet
This really does remind me of kali (kay-lye) - the British name for sherbet candy.
Rainbow Sherbet is a type of sherbet candy that is popular in the United Kingdom. It is a combination of three different flavors – raspberry, orange, and lemon – that are blended together to create a unique and delicious treat. The candy is usually small and round, with a soft, chewy texture.
The name 'Rainbow Sherbet' comes from the bright colors of the candy that resemble a rainbow. It is often used as a topping for ice cream, cakes, and other desserts. It can also be eaten as a standalone snack.
Rainbow Sherbet is made using sugar, citric acid, and natural and artificial flavors. It is also sometimes colored with food dyes, giving it its unique and vibrant colors.
In addition to being a popular snack, Rainbow Sherbet can also be used as a decorative element in the garden. The bright colors of the candy can add a fun and whimsical touch to any garden. They can be used to create a colorful border, or even scattered around a garden bed.
23 La Ville De Bruxelles
Roses are so associated with England but so many gorgeous rose varieties originate from France. Like this one, bred before 1837.
24 Claude Monet
As pretty as the impressionist pictures Monet painted.
25 Blue Girl
Such a delicate shade of blue.
The Blue Girl rose is a stunning variety of rose that is sure to turn heads. It features a delicate blue hue that is unlike any other rose, making it a truly unique flower. The Blue Girl rose is a hybrid tea rose, meaning it is a cross between two varieties of rose. It was first bred in the Netherlands in the early 2000s and has since become a popular option for gardeners around the world.
The Blue Girl rose is known for its large, full blooms that measure up to five inches in diameter. The petals are a deep, velvety blue on the outside and a light lavender on the inside. The blooms are fragrant and have a sweet, citrusy scent.
The Blue Girl rose is a low-maintenance plant that is easy to grow in most climates. It prefers full sun and well-drained soil, and should be watered regularly. It grows to a height of up to four feet and can be trained to grow along a trellis or fence.
26 Madame Isaac Pereire
There's a whole range of roses known as "Bourbon Roses," with the first being recorded in 1824.
27 New Dawn
Choose this rose variety if you want big pink climbing blooms.
28 Double Delight
Via Double Delight
A most glorious cherry red and custard cream. Dessert, anyone?
29 A Thing of Beauty
I have failed to track down the name of this exquisite rose but it is simply, in my opinion, one of the most gorgeous flowers ever.
30 Honey Perfume
This one is an award winning floribunda.
31 Blue Rose
Via My blue Rose
Again, no name found but who cares. It's fab-u-lous.
32 Amber Queen
Floribunda type roses are instantly recognizable for their ruffle-y petals.
33 Apricot Queen
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So very pretty.
34 Isabel Renaissance
Can you beat a gorgeous red rose?
35 Purple Rose
There are very few times that Man can improve on Mother Nature but in some of the incredible rose cultivars, it's hard to argue that he hasn't done a bad job.
This particular rose cultivar is a stunning purple color and is a hybrid rose, combining the best traits of two different species of roses to create a unique variety. It is a hardy plant, capable of withstanding harsh weather conditions, and is known for its beautiful, fragrant blooms. The flowers of the purple rose are particularly long lasting and can be enjoyed for several weeks when properly cared for.
36 Queen of Sweden
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Fresh and beautiful.
37 Just Joey
This extremely beautiful and unusually colored rose was voted The World's Favorite Rose in 1994 at Rose-world Convention in New Zealand
38 Single Bloom
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I so wanted to know which variety of rose this is but couldn't find it. If anyone knows, please tell.
39 Green Roses
Via The green roses
It's so frustrating to be unable to put a name to a rose, so I'll just have to satisfy myself with their beauty.
40 Coral Dawn
A stunning climbing rose.
41 Ferdinand Pichard
Another of the Bourbon Roses. We first saw this one in 1921.
Ferdinand Pichard is a Bourbon Rose, a type of rose developed in France in the 19th century. It is a hybrid of the Old Garden Rose and the Hybrid Perpetual, and is known for its large, fragrant, full-petaled flowers. The Ferdinand Pichard was first discovered in 1921, and is a deep pink in color. It has a strong, sweet fragrance and the petals are often described as velvety.
The Ferdinand Pichard is a vigorous grower and very hardy, making it a popular choice for gardeners. It is a repeat bloomer, flowering in the spring and again in the fall. It is a good choice for cut flowers, and can be used in bouquets or as a garden border. It is also disease-resistant and can tolerate a variety of soil types.
The Ferdinand Pichard is an excellent choice for gardeners of all skill levels. It is easy to maintain and requires minimal care. It can be pruned back after flowering to keep it in shape, and should be fertilized in the spring and again in the fall. This rose can be grown in containers or in the ground, and will thrive in full sun or partial shade.
Via Juliet posy
The Juliet is well known for its large heads, peach shade, and fragrant smell.
43 St. Patrick
You may wonder why a rose called St. Patrick is yellow but its throat actually turns green.
44 Blue Nile
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Blue Nile is a large Hybrid Tea type rose.
Blue Nile is a large Hybrid Tea type rose that is highly sought after for its deep blue color and strong, sweet fragrance. This rose is a popular choice for gardeners and flower arrangers alike. The petals of the Blue Nile are velvety and full, making it perfect for a romantic bouquet or a stunning centerpiece. The plant itself is fairly easy to care for, and it is resistant to most common rose diseases, including powdery mildew and black spot. It is best grown in a sunny location, with regular watering and feeding. Pruning is also necessary to keep the plant healthy and blooming. The Blue Nile is a great choice for anyone looking to add a unique and beautiful touch to their garden.
45 Fragrant Plum
Fragrant plum is an elegant member of the heirloom grandiflora varieties of roses.
46 Madame Plantier
This variety of showy white rose has been around since 1835.
47 Joseph's Coat
Via Joseph's Coat
Superbly named for its varied hues.
48 Port Sunlight
Port Sunlight has a bold, contemporary, rich apricot coloring with a classic, rich, pure tea fragrance.
49 Cherry Parfait
Roses with flat open petals are called grandiflora roses.
You can see why this rose has won many international awards. It's a real show off color.
Via 'Grace' rose
Beautifully named, Grace is an English rose with a strong, warm, sensuous fragrance.
52 Marquise Noire
These kinds of roses are created by purposely mixing blooms of different colors. They're collectively called striped roses.
53 Candy Stripe
A large showy hybrid tea rose with a mild scent.
54 Scepter'd Isle
Perfect for a cottage garden with its soft pink blooms and heady myrrh-like scent.
55 Tequila Sunrise
56 Champagne Wishes
Such a pretty name for a pretty flower.
Champagne Wishes is a beautiful new rose variety for 2013, and it sure lives up to its name. The large, creamy white blooms are delicately veined with pink and have a delightful, heady scent. This floribunda rose is a vigorous grower and is ideal for growing in a sunny spot in the garden. It will reach a height of around 1.5 metres and is perfect for adding a touch of elegance to a garden border.
This rose is also very easy to care for and will reward you with an abundance of blooms throughout the summer months. It is important to ensure that the soil is well-drained and that the plant is watered regularly, especially during dry spells. Pruning should take place in the spring, with old and dead wood removed and the remaining stems cut back to a healthy bud.
Champagne Wishes is a great choice for any gardener looking for a beautiful and easy to care for rose variety. With its fragrant blooms and lovely colour, it will certainly add a touch of glamour to any garden.
57 Crown Majesty
Quote - "Unfurling its sharp regal petals, this magnificent EcoBlooms rose variety resembles a crown that could only be worn by Mother Nature herself."
58 JAQUELINE DU PRE
Named for the great cellist. What a fitting tribute.
59 Tahiti Sunrise
Wouldn't this just make you smile every time you saw it in your garden?
60 Princess Diana
Graceful, serene, and stunning. Just like the lady herself.
61 Abraham Derby
Imagine how many petals there actually are when the center is so closely packed as this.
62 Purple Roses
So dark, so moody, yet so gorgeous.
63 Peace Rose
Correctly called the Madame A. Meilland, the Peace rose has a special story. The rose was developed in the years 1935-1939 by Frenchman Francis Meilland. When he foresaw war coming he shipped cuttings to friends in various countries around the world so it would be safeguarded. After the war, a Peace rose was presented to each delegation at the inaugural meeting of the United Nations with the message "We hope the 'Peace' rose will influence men’s thoughts for everlasting world peace."
The Peace Rose, also known as the Madame A. Meilland, is a special rose that was developed by Frenchman Francis Meilland in the years 1935-1939. Meilland had the foresight to ship cuttings of the rose to friends in different countries around the world in order to protect it from war. After the war, a Peace Rose was presented to each delegation at the inaugural meeting of the United Nations with the message “We hope the 'Peace' rose will influence men’s thoughts for everlasting world peace.”
The Peace Rose is an incredibly popular rose and is loved by gardeners all around the world. It is a hybrid tea rose with large, fragrant blooms that range in color from creamy yellow to light pink. The petals are cupped and quartered, giving the blooms a unique, ruffled appearance. The foliage is glossy and dark green, making it an attractive addition to any garden.
64 Princess Anne
A fairly new rose - bred in 2012 - by English rose breeder extraordinaire, David Austin and named to honor Her Royal Highness, the Princess Royal.
65 French Lace
As delicate as its name suggests.
66 Fairy Rose
Such an abundance of small but perfectly formed blooms.
67 Deep Purple
Unlike other colors, ALL lavender and lilac roses are scented.
68 Remy Martin
That's a lovely deep apricot color.
69 Geoff Hamilton
This is named for a British man who was to gardening on TV and radio as Oprah is to US talk shows.
70 Brass Band
Quite a harsh sounding name for something so beauteous.
A brass band is a type of musical ensemble that typically consists of brass instruments such as trumpets, trombones, and tubas. These instruments are usually accompanied by various types of percussion instruments such as drums, cymbals, and timpani. Brass bands have been around for centuries and are popular in many cultures around the world.
Brass bands are often used in marching bands, parades, and other festive occasions. They can also be used to provide music for large outdoor events such as festivals and concerts. The sound of brass instruments is often described as loud and bold, and can be heard from miles away.
Roses are one of the most popular and beloved flowers in the world, and they look beautiful when paired with brass instruments in a brass band. The combination of the two can create a unique and beautiful sound that is sure to bring joy to any garden. Brass bands can also be used to provide background music for special events such as weddings, anniversaries, and birthdays.
Brass bands are ideal for any gardener who wants to add a touch of elegance and beauty to their garden. The sound of the brass instruments will bring a unique and beautiful atmosphere that will be sure to make any garden event special.
Via Rose Felicia
Love all the ruffles.
72 Marmalade Skies
Now that's what you call an apt name.
73 Halfeti Rose
Halfeti is a village in Turkey, the only place where "black" roses grow naturally. They are of course a deep, deep, dark crimson red. Original black rose varieties have been cultivated to produce examples like the one above.
74 Sterling Silver
Such a picture of health and beauty.
Sterling silver roses are an exquisite addition to any garden. This particular variety is a hybrid of two popular rose species, the Kordesii and the Grandiflora. The result is a stunning bloom that is both delicate and strong. The petals of the flower have a silvery-white hue, giving them a unique and elegant look. The plant also has a pleasant scent and can reach up to five feet in height.
When it comes to care, the sterling silver rose is relatively easy to maintain. It can tolerate a variety of soil types and prefers full sun. It should be watered regularly, but not over-watered. The plant is also resistant to most common pests and diseases. It is a great choice for a beginner gardener, as it is relatively low-maintenance.
The sterling silver rose is a great way to add a touch of elegance and beauty to any garden. Its unique color and scent make it stand out amongst other varieties of roses. With proper care, this rose can be enjoyed for years to come.
75 Mister Lincoln
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A classic red hybrid tea rose. Mister Lincoln is known for its uniform color and extra strong fragrance. .
76 Teasing Georgia
Delicate but strong.
According to Wikipedia there are more than 100 species of rose and thousands of cultivars. That really should mean there's a rose variety that would suit you perfectly. Have you seen one in this list?
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