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Small pointed, clear pink buds are produced in profusion. In clusters as well as one to a short stem, making it ideal for cut flowers. Ideal for borders, group plantings & containers.
The small, tight buds unfold slowly & the attractive, open blooms last for a long time. Blend of cream & apricot. A profusion of pickable, short stems carry the blooms individually or in clusters. Healthy & vigorous. Ideal for edgings, small hedges, mass plantings and superb in containers.
Exactly like ‘Iceberg’ in growth habit & flowering ability. Clusters of burgundy-red blooms with a silver reverse. It has become a favourite in South Africa & is the ideal choice for contrasting with ‘Iceberg’.
Semi-double flowers with pointed petals give a ‘curly’ effect. Vigorous, spreading, healthy & prolific growth.
Large clusters of shapely buds unfold slowly, displaying the firm, pointed petals of semi-double blooms. Warm deep orange-apricot with cream on the reverse. Well rounded specimens of even height.
Truly fragrant floribundas are few & far between & this vigorous bush, covered with semi-double, bright pink blooms, is a very welcome addition to the range. A touch of coral renders it an ideal partner to the salmon-pink & even orange floribunda. Firm petalled, high pointed buds are carried on individual, short stems; provides a superb garden display.
A never ending supply of clusters of medium, deep golden shapely buds change to orange & then scarlet red as the petals are exposed to the sun. Being such a prolific bloomer, the spent blooms should be removed regularly. A healthy rose.
Masses of clear salmon pink, medium sized blooms are borne in clusters all season long. The vigorous bush continuously sprouts short, sturdy, lush new shoots assuring a constant supply of new blooms. Strong fragrance.
Pointed buds slowly unfold into long lasting, semi-double & slightly curly, clear, unfading yellow blooms. Vigorous, compact & healthy. Clusters & individual blooms are constantly produced. An outstanding performer & one of the few fragrant yellow roses.
Semi-double, unfading golden yellow firm blooms are tinted with red. This rose is comparable to the world famous ‘Iceberg’ in flowering ability.
Tangerine-orange brightened with rich gold, one third of the petals being burnt amber. The pointed buds open to double flowers with 35 petals. The outer petals are curved, affording this elegant flower a graceful finishing touch. Plant is robust; disease resistant foliage; 3-8 flowers borne together on long stems.
Clusters of pure white, semi-double blooms. Vigorous, extremely prolific, bushy growth. The plant’s susceptibility to black spot during moist periods is quickly overcome with new bursts of growth. When pruned lightly in winter, it will grow 2m in height.
A lovely, neat shrub rose covered with delicate single blooms of an exquisite soft coral which dance like butterflies in the wind. The abundant production of flowers can only be compared to a petunia. The praise from gardeners who grow this rose renders it a hot favourite. Its use in landscaping, pots & tubs is unlimited.
With parentage being miniatures, this variety produces clusters & individual blooms of immaculate shape on short pickable stems. The white & pink bi-colour is a most pleasing combination. An easy performer with a compact, well proportioned, dense bush. An ideal border plant & is especially ornate when grown in a pot.
Firm, double blooms are borne in large, tight clusters & are carried on sturdy stems at an even height. Deep velvet red which does not fade in the sun. Outstandingly healthy; neat growth habit. Plant in groups for best effect.
A sport of the amazing ‘Little Red Hedge’. Equal in performance, it also has the huge delphinium-like spikes, but in a clear pink. When planted in a row it will form a charming, flowering low hedge. The glossy foliage is healthy.
Imagine a deep red delphinium spike & you have the best description of this rose. The small, pointed buds of clear carmine-red are produced on rigid little side stems & open into firm, double blooms which seem to last forever. The bush continues to produce basal flower spikes in the shortest time & will form a dense ‘little red hedge’.
A spray rose par excellence. Perfectly shaped small buds of cream-ivory come in tight small clusters on slender cut flower stems. The combination of pickable blooms & a show in the garden makes this an easy choice. Healthy & prolific.
A superb bushy, spreading plant with masses of fragrant deep, blue-pink flowers. Ideal for beds, groups or a border.
Another worthy addition to our ‘Show Girls’ – different to all our other striped roses. The slightly fragrant blooms are basic red, splashed with yellow stripes. The medium sized bushes are vigorous & healthy.
The firm, full buds of large clusters open into very formal looking flowers. Neat rows of petals display a thick, pencilled line of carmine on a basic green-white colour, lending it an almost artificial look. The plants are healthy, vigorous & prolific.
The basic white is really brought alive with irregular shades of light & darker pink, even carmine, on the petal margin, softening as it flows over the exposed petals. Shapely buds, open slowly into sizeable, pickable semi-double blooms; borne in large clusters.
Clusters of semi-double blooms; warm & luminous orange. Vigorous, healthy bush which flowers continuously.
An outstanding bedding rose with the most admirable floribunda qualities. Clusters of semi-double blooms are produced in abundance. Clear, warm, salmon-pink. Healthy, well branched & she is clothed with hardy foliage.
This rose produces numerous basal stems in a spike-like cluster fashion, each displaying close to a hundred brilliant red single blooms which reminds one of ‘pixie hats’. Prolific.
The colour combinations of basic velvet-red, yellow, pink & cream are endless, every bloom being different. Egg shaped buds unfold into double blooms of firm crisp petals. Glossy, very healthy foliage. Vigorous. A good picking rose which will excel in virtually any sunny spot.
Unusual in its basic, deep silver-mauve colour with an edging of ruby-red. The shapely, sharply pointed, medium sized buds & blooms are borne one to a stem, also in small clusters or huge candelabra. Vigorous & prolific. With its interesting colour this rose stands out if planted amongst other roses or when grown in tubs or small groups.
A neat, rounded off bush, covered with flat, double blooms of the most incredible shades of silver & milk-coffee-brown. The bush shows sturdy, vigorous growth & flowers abundantly.
The bright apricot orange buds open into a deeper tone of golden red with irregular yellow stripes in the petals, to finally age into a glowing blend of pinks. The medium sized blooms appear individually on medium long stems which are suitable to be cut for the vase. The plant is vigorous & is decorated with glossy healthy foliage.
A new breed: disease resistant, grows vigorously & flowers prolifically, carrying huge clusters of up to 25 large, unfading, golden yellow, double blooms. The bush requires hardly any pruning or grooming, forming a dense hedge.
It is difficult to describe the flaming colour of this floribunda, which during the evolution of bud to open flower, changes from yellow-gold to an intense vermilion orange whilst continuously changing the intermediate tone. Vigorous, resistant to maladies, very free flowering & even good cut roses.
Violet, bordering on lilac-purple, of a rich and bright intensity rarely seen in roses. This prolific rose has a compact neat growth habit and an excellent health record. A superb contrast border to yellow or apricot.
Amongst its many other activities VODACOM is championing the Rose, with over 15 000 rose bushes at VodaWorld in Midrand. In appreciation we have selected the bluest of the blue roses for obvious reasons & named it ‘Vodacom’. The growth habit equals ‘Iceberg’, producing dense clusters of fully petalled, fairly large blooms.