‘Valentine’s’ long pointed buds open to velvety, semi-double flowers of rich scarlet that can be 3 or 4 inches across on a mature plant. The nearly thornless bush is slightly open. The foliage is very full and rich and is rarely affected by heat, humidity, insects, or disease. This is a rose grown for show and will attract considerable attention. ‘Valentine’ is one of our most popular red roses. 3 to 4 feet
Hybrid Musks - Penelope 1924 "Massive clusters of large, pale pink, semi-double flowers fading to peaches and cream adorn this chunky shrub during the growing seasons. Fat, orange-pink hips weigh down the bush in fall and winter. This rose is an excellent choice for hedging as the bush is dense with beautiful foliage and fragrant flowers and will mature quickly. "
Polyantha Katharina Zeimet 1901 Katharina Zeimet was raised by Peter Lambert of Germany, who crossed Marie Pavi with another Polyantha. Exceptionally neat, dark green foliage and small, double, scented white flowers make this a plant of great refinement. The constant bloom and handsome shape of this shrub make it particularly desirable in the landscape or as a container plant.