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Rose of the Month #18
The Pilgrim

Choosing roses to grow in my garden can be done by the plantaholic method – if I fall in love with the catalog picture and decide I must have it; or by using a little detective work – carefully reading the catalog description and looking for clues hidden amidst the hyperbole. Every now and then a description actually provides a gem of useful information. Click here to read the full article.

R.O.M. #17
About Face
A distinctive, tall, dark orange grandiflora.

Fame

R.O.M. #16
Fame
Long lasting bright pink grandiflora.

Ishpahan

R.O.M. #15
Ishpahan
Medium pink, long lasting Damask.

Solitaire

R.O.M. #14
Solitaire
Yellow and pink hybrid tea. Hard to obtain.

Madame Alfred Carriere

R.O.M. #13
Madame Alfred Carriere
White climbing noisette.

Rosa Rugosa Rubra

R.O.M. #12
Rosa Rugosa Rubra
Magenta species rose. Very low maintenance.

Bonica R.O.M. #11
Bonica
Hearty medium pink
shrub rose.

Behold

R.O.M. #10
Behold
Medium yellow miniature with fast repeating blooms.

Pristine

R.O.M. #9
Pristine
Near white hybrid tea with a hint of pink.

Lavaglut

R.O.M. #8
Lavaglut
Long lasting red floribunda with great foliage

Sally Holmes

R.O.M. #7
Sally Holmes
Very healthy creamy white shrub rose.

Ingrid Bergman

R.O.M. #6
Ingrid Bergman
One of ten roses in the World Rose Hall of Fame

Playboy

R.O.M. #5
Playboy
Pink and yellow floribunda with lush foliage.

Gemini

R.O.M. #4
Gemini
Cream rose with pink blush. Good exhibition rose.

Kardinal

R.O.M. #3
Kardinal
Red hybrid tea. Regular exhibition rose winner.

 
Gold Medal

R.O.M. #2
Gold Medal
Early blooming medium yellow grandiflora.

Apricot Nectar

R.O.M. #1
Apricot Nectar
Apricot floribunda. Great bouquet rose.

 
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