Very large, double, creamy-white flowers with red or crimson at the petal edges.
A well tested novel rose for the West Coast, has held up to thorough trials and has proven to perform well on its own roots. The color is dark velvet red, almost black, with a cream yellow reverse. The flower form is classic with a high centered bud and a cuplike opening.
Large clusters of medium, very double, old fashioned, pastel pink flowers continue to bloom throughout the season.
Large, double, loose, open, pure white flowers.
Small, fully double, velvety, reddish black flowers; the blackest of all roses.
Large, double, ruffled, soft apricot flowers; withstands heat without fading.