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This compact bush carries large clusters of heavy blooms with an amazing petal count of 100! The apricot-pink blooms are sweetly scented. Its compact, spreading growth makes it an ideal choice for planting as a border, in small or large groups and will excel in tubs.
Tumbles down slopes in a striking mass of energetic colour. Prostrate basal stems fan out to cover every inch of the ground. Blooms age without discolouration. Should new basal stems find their way through the dense lower growth to reach the light, they grow straight upwards. As soons as space allows, the shoots revert to their distinctive prostrate growth.
Seductively dressed in pink with a yellow base, these roses, with their loosely knit petals, lightly adorn a vigorous groundcover. Gaily cascading down slopes or placed in a tub, these shrublets are fun to befriend.
This tough rose has a spreading growth habit forming a dense shrublet. It produces charming semi-double flowers of a striking blend of peach & apricot with tones of bright orange. It flowers most generously. This rose is superb when grown in pots, as low hedges, covering large beds, slopes & particularly when grown on a standard.
The most exciting! Planted on a slope it will give the effect of a low, rolling fire. These semi-double, fairly large blooms age without discolouring and drop off cleanly. New, glossy bronze short stems have been activated in the meantime to provide a continuous show of flowers.
‘Granny Dearest’ has the charm of the old world rose flower shape, a spreading growth habit, incredible floriferousness and healthy, glossy leaves and a gentle colouring of cream apricot maturing to white.
Full, nostalgically quartered, rosette shaped blooms. Spreading, semi-prostrate growth habit & ability to flower on terminal points of new canes, but with short stems produced from the older wood, forming a ‘rose hump’. Incredibly profuse flowering rose.
A spreading shrub covered with lush green foliage & blooms of the lovely full rosette form. Basal stems soon start forming large clusters of blooms which, with their weight, arch gracefully. New flowering stems are added & soon a ‘rose hump’ about 1m x 2m is formed. The flowering branches cascade.
Peach tinted pom-poms group themselves together in attractive bouquets. This vigorous groundcover, bejewelled in a profusion of delicate colour, covers the ground with huge clusters of roses on numerous side stems in a typical Sunsation fan like formation. The carpet provided by mature roses comes to knee height.
Ground hugging, glossy, lush growth spreads out from the centre of the bush, quickly branching out with flowering side stems. Covers area of about 1m². Permanently covered with most charming blooms. Old blooms drop petals without fading. In shrubbery borders it will rival other annuals.
Full, double blooms are produced all along procumbent growing stems. Crimson red in colour, extremely vigorous canes start shooting from the base of the plant in all directions, remaining horizontal and hugging the ground. As these canes exceed 1m in length, many side-stems with small clusters of flowers appear which enable the plant to cover a space of 4m² with dense growth. Foliage is glossy green and very healthy, provided it can grow in full sun. Planted as groundcovers they should be spaced about 2m apart.
Double, pompom shaped flowers, borne in clusters, come in various shades of lavender, lilac & purple on the many short, spreading branches. This densely foliated bush remains neat & is ideal for permanent border plantings. Group plantings will fill spots in rockeries or even cover large areas.