The 'Fourth of Jul'y rose is a cold hardy and fragrant climber. 4th of July's red and white, striped and splotched flowers will add explosive color to your summer garden.
The large single blooms are cupped, occur in clusters and display groups of yellow stamens at their centers. Each flower petal is a work of art, presenting a unique blend of colors. Some will be bright red with clear white stripes. Others will be a blend of crimson splotched with hot pink and white.
The 3-4 inch flowers emit a heavenly lemony fragrance.
The thorny stems of the 'Fourth of July' climbing rose will quickly grow to a height of 10-12 feet. It is prized not only for its color but for its exceptional vigor and cold tolerance.
4th of July's bright green foliage is both pest and disease resistant.
Hybridized by Carruth and introduced in 1999, 'Fourth of July' even remains healthy in Florida's wet summer weather.
This Modern Climbing rose blooms repeatedly on new wood. Space plants 4-5 feet apart in zones 5a-9b.
'Scentimental' (Rosa WEKplapep) is a pink and red striped Cluster-flowered bedding rose. The striking blooms appear repeatedly throughout the growing season on bushy, vigorous plants clothed in healthy, large, medium green,textured leaves.
If you like rose trees, this is a good cultivar to train to standard.
As the name implies, the blossoms are fragrant. Hardy in zones 4-9.
'Rock & Roll' (Rosa WEKgobnez) is a stately Grandiflora producing clusters of high-centered burgundy, red, and white flowers with off-white reverses. These powerfully scented blooms make good cut flowers although their stems are not quite as long as those of a Hybrid Tea rose. What 'Rock & Roll' lacks in stem length, it makes up in size with flowers up to six inches across.
Performs best in zones 5-9.
'Hot Cocoa' Rose
The best feature of the 'Hot Cocoa' rose is its unique flower color: deep orange dusted with baking cocoa. But 'Hot Cocoa' has more to offer; it is mildly fragrant and disease resistant too.
If you have been longing for a cold hardy Hybrid Tea rose, the Victory rose, syn. 'V For Victory', is just the plant you want. Victory roses are hardy down to 15 degrees below 0.
Growing Roses from Seed
The pros and cons of growing roses from seed. Discusses the growing of roses from seed vs growing roses from cuttings.
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