Grandiflora Roses

Grandiflora roses, are a cross between Hybrid Teas and Floribundas. They are usually taller, and bloom in clusters, or trusses, rather than single blooms.

They grow to a commanding height of 6-8 feet tall, making them perfect for the back of the garden.

They are wonderful roses for cutting. Queen Elizabeth Grandiflora, the finest Grandiflora with a profusion of pleasing pink buds and large blooms on long stemmed clusters. A fun rose to grow and love. The cup-shaped blooms are loose and lightly tea scented. They are born on long.nearly thornless stems.Blooms as a single, and in clusters. Often considered the prototype of the perfect grandiflora.

They make excellent cut flowers.

New Year

Grandiflora, one festively colored plant of red and orange that combines like the flames of a camp fire. It is super disease resistant and has shapely buds and blooms. No wonder it’s a Growers Choice.

Heart O’Gold

Rich golden centers, shading to hot pink in the center.

Grows 4-5 feet tall

Plant produces armloads of long stemmed blooms.

Very disease resisttant Sweet peaches/old rose fragrance

Hardy zones 6-10

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Gold medal

Outstanding golden yellow flushed with orange.

Disease resistant foliage

Grows 3-6 feet tall

Vigorous bush is a must for yellow rose fans!

Slight Fruity fragrance

Hardy Zones 6-10

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Prominent

Floresent orange blooms are a standout in the garden!

Small blooms appear singly or in sprays.

Grows 3-4 feet

blooms have just a slight fragrance

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Apricot Nectar

Large, cupped double blooms are a wonderful shade of soft, almost velvety Apricot color.

Velvet blooms on a vigorous bush.

Grows 3 1/2 feet high and wide

Blooms have a strong fruity fragrance

Plant has glossy dark green foliage

Hardy zones 7-10

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Earth Song

Deep Pink blooms,are large, and command attention.

Plants are very winter hardy, making them a good choice for cold climates.

This vigorous, upright bushy plant can grow 5-6 feet

Disease resistant

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Dream Come True

Multi hued blend of golden yellow fluhed with red edges.

A real beauty!

High centered flowers are borne in long-stemmed clusters that are perfect for cutting.

Tall plants tend to get leggy, so put them in the back, with a smaller plant in front of them!

grows 5-7 feet

Has a mild fragrance

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Octoberfest

Large Grandiflora roses, with blooms that are a unique blend of autumn colors. Tones of Orange-red-creamare a stand-out in the garden. Blooms have a slight to moderate fragrance,but don’t let that keep you from planting them, paired next to yellow or orange roses they are stunning. Planting idea Plant them in a round bed surrounded with lower yellow or orange roses, then edge the bed with white allysum.

Colors seem brighter in cooler weather. Glossy green leaves begin as red shoots.

Tall, upright bush grows to 6 feet.

Lagerfeld Rose

This pale lavender rose will supply you with plenty of cut flowers for the vase.

Blooms grow in clusters of up to 10 in a bunch!

Violet/mauve flowers with lush green leaves.
Arizon Rose A coppery/orange very fragrant rose.
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