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Roses newplants2013 done

  1. 1. ROSESNew and Exciting roses for2013 from Prides Corner Farms – Lebanon, CT
  2. 2. Rosa Dublin Bay Dublin Bay Climbing Rose  Zone 5, 8-12’T x 5-7’WBlack Pot Roses  Fragrant  Blooms June – Sept  Semi-double deep red flowers  Award winning 
  3. 3. Rosa Valentine’s Day™ PPAF Valentine’s Day™ Climbing Rose  Zone 5, 6-10’T x 3-4’WBlack Pot Roses  Climbing mini-flora 
  4. 4. Rosa Wild Blue Yonder™ PP#18,544 Wild Blue Yonder™ Grandiflora Rose  Zone 5, 4-6’T x 3-4’WBlack Pot Roses  Sweetly scented flowers reminiscent of a citrus blossom and rose  Deep green foliage on a bushy shrub creates a great backdrop  Large deep purple, wavy petals  Hybridized by Tom Carruth  AARS Winner 2006 
  5. 5. Drift® Groundcover RosesThe next big thing for small gardensFrom the introducers of The Knock Out® Family of Roses, comes the next big thing for smallgardens. Like The Knock Out® Family of Roses, Drift® Roses are repeat-bloomers that are tough,disease resistant, winter hardy and virtually maintenance-free.Drift® Roses are a cross between full-size groundcover roses and miniature roses. From theformer they kept toughness, disease resistance and winter hardiness. From the miniatures, theyinherited their well-managed size and repeat-blooming nature.Continuously blooming from spring to frost (bloom cycle about every 5-6 weeks), they arenaturally dwarf, with very attractive foliage. They are winter hardy to zone 4.
  6. 6. Rosa Popcorn Drift® (Novarospop) Popcorn Drift® Groundcover Rose  Zone 5, 1-1.5’T x 2-3’W  Fabulous GroundcoverDrift Roses  A mutation of the popular Peach Drift®. It represents a new color in the series.  1.5” flower starts out yellow and fades to cream white, sometimes suffused with light pink.
  7. 7. New Millennium Roses
  8. 8. Rosa Cancan™ PP#21430 (Radcancan‘) Cancan™ Climbing RoseNew Millennium Roses  Zone 5, 6-10’T x 3-4’W  Semi-Double Red/Pink/Cream Flowers From Bill Radler, breeder of The Knock Out® Rose, Cancan™ is the newest addition to the hardy climber collection. Its unique magenta red to light pink flower color is suffused with cream white towards the center and outside of the petal. Flowering is continuous and disease resistance is excellent. Cancan™ may grow up to 10 in height.
  9. 9. Rosa Sunshine Day Dream (Meikanaro‘) Sunshine Day Dream Grandiflora RoseNew Millennium Roses  Zone 5, 5-6’T x 3-4’W  Self cleans spent blooms  Excellent disease resistance  Bright lemon yellow flower  AARS award winner  Vigorous Great flower color and foliage, this rose is almost always in bloom. Light yellow flowers finish cream yellow and self clean well. Excellent disease resistance; performed very well all over the country with minimum spray. This variety also has excellent own root performance.
  10. 10. Rosa Morning Magic™ PP#19433 (‘Radmore‘) Morning Magic ™ Climbing RoseNew Millennium Roses  Zone 5, 7-8’T x 3-4’W  Compact habit  Disease resistant  Repeat blooms of light pink This small climber is very similar to Brite Eyes, the first hardy climber we introduced from the breeder of Knock Out It is fairly compact and extremely resistant to black spot. Continuously repeating through the season, it has a solt shell color that holds well into the fall. Winter hardy zone 5
  11. 11. Rosa Thrive!™ (‘Sprothrive‘) Thrive!™ Floribunda/Landscape RoseNew Millennium Roses  Zone 6, 4-5’T x 3’W  Disease resistant to rust, mildew and black spot  Fire engine red The lineage continues! Thrive!™, a new vibrant red landscape shrub rose, is a strong and healthy descendant of The Knock Out® Rose. Although it is hard to follow in the footsteps of Grandfather Knock Out®, this variety holds its own with hard- to-miss, bright, fire engine red blooms that last all season. Winter hardy to zone 6.
  12. 12. Rosa Mother of Pearl® PP#18707 (‘Meiludere‘) Mother of Pearl® Grandiflora RoseNew Millennium Roses  Zone 4??, 4’T  Fragrant pink-peach flowers This soft colored Grandiflora has perfect flower shape on a plant that is way above its class for resistance to black spot and winter hardiness. Performs exceptionally well in cooler climates as well as in hot humid areas.
  13. 13. Rosa The Charlatan® PP#18990 (‘Meiguimov‘) The Charlatan® Climbing/Shrub RoseNew Millennium Roses  Zone 6, 3-6’T x 3-4’W  Can be grown as a climber or shrub rose  Light pink petals The Charlatan® is the natural follow up to The Imposter® in the highly popular Garden Compass program. The simplicity of this rose can be seen in the clean light-pink petals and the multitude of golden stamens bursting from the center of the flower. Truly a unique rose, The Charlatan may be grown as a large shrub or climber. You will be rewarded with continuous blooms for most of the season.
  14. 14. David Austin RosesAfter fifty years of intensive breeding, David Austins English Rosescombine the forms and fragrances of old roses with the repeat-flowering of modern roses. They are very easy to grow, healthy andreliable.English Roses may be grown as magnificent, shapely shrubs ortrained as short climbers. Our extensive collection contains a rosefor almost every garden situation.
  15. 15. Rosa Clare AustinPP#19465 Clare Austin English Rose  Zone , 4-8’T x 4-5’WDavid Austin Roses  #3 Container  Highly fragrant  Excellent rebloomer  Arching form There is something a little special about white roses – they are all purity and light – and yet really good white roses are rare among English Roses and Hybrid Tea Roses alike. This is because white roses are very difficult to breed. ‘Claire Austin’ bears pleasingly cupped buds of a pale lemon shade which gradually open to form large, creamy-white flowers of typical English Musk delicacy; their petals perfectly arranged in concentric circles, with a few more loosely arranged in the centre. They have a strong fragrance based on myrrh with dashes of meadowsweet, vanilla and heliotrope. It forms an elegant, arching shrub with plentiful, medium green foliage. Strong and particularly healthy. Undoubtedly our finest white rose to date.
  16. 16. Rosa Princess Anne (Auskitchen) Princess Anne English Rose  Zone ?? 3’T x 2’WDavid Austin Roses  #3 Container  Light to medium fragrance  Excellent repeating full-petalled, red fading to deep pink blooms  Disease resistant foliage  Compact, upright growth – perfect for hedging An exciting new development, stemming from an entirely new line in breeding. It has an overall character that is very different from any other rose we know, having its own very special beauty yet retaining the classic full-petalled flowers of an English Rose. The growth is upright and the foliage is rather thick, succulent and highly polished. Remarkably resistant to disease. It flowers over a long period and in large clusters; the individual blooms opening in succession. The compact, bushy growth makes this rose ideal for borders or it would be a great choice for hedging. We are honored to name this after the Her Royal Highness, the Princess Royal who is patron of Riding for the Disabled. The charity offers opportunities for therapy, achievement and enjoyment to people with disabilities.
  17. 17. Rosa Princess Alexander of Kent PP#19828(Ausmerchant) Princess Alexander of Kent English Rose  Zone 3.5’T x 2.5’WDavid Austin Roses  #3 Container  Strong Fragrance changes as the flower ages from a tea rose scent to lemon  Excellent reblooming pink blooms We are very honoured to name this rose for Princess Alexandra, who is a cousin to Queen Elizabeth II. She is a keen gardener and great lover of roses. The rose that bears her name has unusually large flowers of a warm, glowing pink. They are full-petalled and deeply cupped in shape, all enclosed in a ring of outer petals of a softer pink; creating a most pleasing effect. In spite of their size, they are never clumsy; being held nicely poised on a well-rounded shrub. Because of their size, there is a lot to be said for planting in groups of three, keeping both flowers and growth nicely balanced. They have a delicious fresh Tea fragrance which, interestingly, changes completely to lemon as the flower ages – eventually taking on additional hints of blackcurrants. It is very healthy.
  18. 18. Rosa Queen of Sweden PP#17,1510 (Austiger) Queen of Sweden English Rose  Zone 4’T x 2.5’WDavid Austin Roses  #3 Container  Light myrrh fragrance  Excellent reblooming Here we have a rose of exceptional freshness and beauty. The flowers start as charming little buds, gradually opening out to form wide but shallow cups. These are beautiful at all stages, and have a pleasing formality of form. The colour is the softest glowing pink with hints of apricot. This rose forms a rather upright and bushy shrub and has attractive Musk Rose foliage that is exceptionally free of disease. The growth is short to medium in height. This is an excellent rose for bedding, borders or for arrangement in the house; the flowers lasting several days in water. There is a light myrrh fragrance..
  19. 19. Rosa Lady of Shallot (Ausnyson) Lady of Shallot English Rose  Zone 4’T x 3.5’WDavid Austin Roses  #3 Container  Excellent reblooming orange, fully double flowers  Very hardy  Disease resistant This rose promises to be one of the most robust and hardy roses in our collection. It is also highly resistant to disease and it will bloom with unusual continuity throughout the season. Indeed, it is an ideal rose for the inexperienced gardener. The young buds are a rich orange-red. These open to form chalice-shaped blooms, filled with loosely-arranged petals. Each petal has a salmon pink upper side which contrasts beautifully with the attractive golden-yellow reverse. The chalice shape means that the undersides of the petals are clearly seen, revealing glimpses of the deeper colour in the heart of the bloom. There is a pleasant, warm, tea fragrance, with hints of spiced apple and cloves. Lady Of Shalott quickly forms a large, bushy shrub with slightly arching stems. The mid-green leaves have attractive, slightly bronzed tones when young. Named for the Tennyson Society. The name is taken from one of Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s favourite poems of the same name; it is the 200th anniversary of his birth this year. In the poem, The Lady of Shalott lived in a castle close to King Arthur’s Camelot and was held in a spell until she saw the reflection of Sir Lancelot in a mirror.
  20. 20. Rosa Harlow Carr® (Aushouse) Harlow Carr English Rose  Zone 4’T x 3’WDavid Austin Roses  #3 Container  Strong pure old rose fragrance  Good reblooming pink blooms A tough little rose that bears flowers of the most perfect formation - shallow cups of the purest rose pink. These hold their form to the end; the occasional petal falling back to give a pleasing effect. The plant has an excellent bushy habit, maturing into an attractively rounded shrub with its flowers almost to ground level - a characteristic that we particularly favour at David Austin Roses. The young foliage is bronze at first, later becoming green - and the whole plant is of truly ‘Old Rose’ character. There is a strong, pure Old Rose fragrance that has been described as reminiscent of rose-based cosmetics. Harlow Carr is the newest and most northerly of the R.H.S. gardens in the UK. A fine display of English Roses has been created there.
  21. 21. Rosa The Generous Gardener® (Ausdrawn) The Generous Gardener® English Rose  Zone 4’T x 5’W or 10’ tall as climberDavid Austin Roses  #3 Container  Very soft pink with good repeating blooms  Fragrance of old rose, musk and myrrh  Disease resistant A rose of delicate charm - its flowers being beautifully formed; their colour a soft glowing pink at the centre, shading to palest pink on the outer petals. When the petals open they expose numerous stamens, providing an almost water lily-like effect. It has strong, elegantly arching growth with polished dark green foliage. This rose would produce a wonderful effect towards the back of the border. It will also make an excellent climber. Like ‘Mortimer Sackler’, it is highly disease-resistant. There is a strong and delicious fragrance with aspects of Old Rose, musk and myrrh. The Generous Gardener has been named to mark the seventy-fifth anniversary of the National Gardens Scheme which has, over the years, contributed so much to charity and made it possible for us to see so many beautiful gardens
  22. 22. Rosa Crown Princess Margareta® PP#13,484 (Auswinter) Crown Princess Margareta® English Rose  Zone 4-5’T x 4-5’WDavid Austin Roses  #3 Container  Strong fruity fragrance  Excellent reblooming apricot - orange, fully double flowers  Strong arching form A tall, slightly arching shrub which is ideal for the back of the border. The flowers are quite large, neatly-formed rosettes of a lovely apricot- orange. It is one of the Leander group and we think it should thrive even under more rigorous conditions. It is likely to be vigorous in warmer areas and so would benefit from some summer pruning to maintain its shape and encourage quicker repeat flowering.
  23. 23. Rosa Golden Celebration™PP#8688 Golden Celebration™ English Rose  Zone 4-5’T x 4-5’W (8’T as climber)David Austin Roses  #3 Container  Strong Fragrance  Golden yellow has good repeat blooms thru the summer into the fall  Award winning This is one of the largest-flowered and most magnificent of our English Roses. Its color is rich golden yellow and the flowers are in the form of a giant, full-petalled cup. It has excellent shapely growth, forming a nicely rounded, slightly arching shrub with ample foliage. It is very reliable and easy to grow. An ideal rose to mark any celebration or important event. The flowers are initially Tea-scented but often develop a wonderful combination of sauterne wine and strawberry. May benefit from summer pruning in most areas.