Enchanted Gardens' Antique Rose Emporium Roses 2012
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NAMEROSE TYPEDATEBLOOMGROWTH HABITSCENTNOTES
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April MoonShrub/Buck1984Lemon yellow to cream; double blooms in clusters4-5'T x 4'W; upright, spreading habitSweetly fragrantDisease-resistant; excellent repeat bloom; outstanding performer in our landscape
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Archduke CharlesChina RosePrior to 1837Crimson & pink blend to solid crimson in summer; full-petalled3-5'T x 3-4'WMedium, musky fragrance Like a bi-colored shrub in cooler months. Gorgeous hedge; excellent cut flower. Disease-resistant; re-blooms in flushes all season.
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Baby FauraxPolyantha1924Lilac/Mauve; small blooms in clusters2-3'TMildLike a shrubby, repeat-blooming form of the popular once-blooming climber, "Veilchenblau".
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Basye's BlueberryShrub 1982Vivid pink with bright yellow stamens; semi-double blooms in clusters 4-6'T, upright; foliage tints red in fallRichly fragrantTHORNLESS; from the hybridizer of "Belinda's Dream". Excellent disease resistance. Unique hedge; excellent repeat.
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BlossomtimeWell-mannered Climber1951Silvery pink with darker reverse; large, double blooms in clusters6-8' long canes; somewhat shrubbyStrong, sweet fragranceBred from "New Dawn", a TX Earthkind Rose. Outstanding short climber for pillar or trellis.
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Carefree Beauty (Katy Road Pink)TX EarthKind/ Shrub/Buck1977Pink, lightly double blooms (one of the best blooming pinks at the A.R.E.)3-6'T x 5'W with open, graceful formLight & fruity fragrance2006 TX Earthkind Rose of the Year. Excellent pest & disease resistance. Adapts to many soils and growing conditions.
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Cecile Brunner (Sweetheart Rose)--OUT OF STOCKTX EarthKind/ Polyantha1881Light pink, tiny, perfectly formed blooms (like mini Hybrid Teas)3-4'T x 3'W; upright & bushyDelicate, spicy fragranceA favorite Southern heirloom. Disease-resistant; low-thorned. Great in containers or borders.
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CrepusculeClimbing Noisette1904Soft apricot8'T x 8'W shrub; 12-15' climberFragrantBlooms nearly year-round; low-thorned; very disease-resistant
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Deanna KrauseShrub/Ponton2005Dark pink, light pink, & white blend4-5'T with open, spreading habitLittle to no fragrance"Carefree Beauty" cross; produces hips in the fall if not deadheaded; gorgeous multi-colored blooms like those of no other rose
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Diana GraceTX Pioneer/ Shrub20053" yellow blooms4-6'T; vigorous, thick shrubFragrant"Carefree Beauty" cross; disease-resistant; excellent repeat. Unusual texture in slightly curled, dark green foliage
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Don JuanLarge-flowered Climber1958Deep velvety red with Hybrid Tea form 12-14' long climbing canesDelicious strong rose "New Dawn" cross; excellent cut flower; does well in heat
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Duchesse de BrabantTX EarthKind/ Tea Rose1857Light pink, cupped, full-petalled, "cabbage" blooms4-6'T x 4'W; vase-shapedStrong, fruity fragranceTeddy Roosevelt's favorite rose. Like a flower out of an old rose painting. Very disease resistant; excellent repeat; tolerant of part shade. Good cut flower. Ideal rose for beginners.
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F.J. LindheimerTX Pioneer/ Shrub2004Bright yellow-orange 3-4'T upright bushFragrantColors change in intensity with seasonal temperatures. Added texture in the uniquely recurved leaves. Quick to rebloom.
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Forever IreneTX Pioneer/ Shrub2008Dark pink-red3-4'T x 3-4'WFragrant"Carefree Beauty" cross; disease-resistant; named for cancer fighter Irene Hunsicker of Houston
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Gainesville GarnetLarge-flowered Climber2006Dark red with magenta reverse; 4 1/2", very full, in clusters8-12' climbing canesnone to mild"Don Juan" cross; profuse bloomer; very disease-resistant
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Gideon LincecumTX Pioneer/ Shrub2004Pure white, single flowers4-6'T, very bushy & thickFragrantVery dark green foliage shows off the flowers beautifully; few thorns; named for a plant collector in 1800's Texas.
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Grandma's Yellow (formerly "Nacogdoches")Found roseUnknownRich, buttery yellow4-5'T x 3'WLight, spicyChosen as the official "Yellow Rose of Texas"; disease-resistant; reliable repeat bloom
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Louis PhillipeChina Rose1834Deep crimson, double blooms with blush center & occasional white streak3-5'TLight, tea-like fragranceSimilar to "Cramoisi Superieur" but more compact. Heavy bloomer. Tolerant of neglect.
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Mae DeanTX Pioneer/ Shrub2004Pink blend; very double "show quality", long-stemmed blooms3-5'T; uprightFragrantRepeats often; named for a Brenham philanthropist
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Maman CochetTea Rose1893Soft creamy pink tinted with ivory, lavender, & lemon yellow; large, long-budded flowers with strong stems4-6'T full, broad shrubStrong, tea-like, delicious fragranceVery few thorns. "Marie van Houtte" cross. Excellent repeat bloomer. Very healthy foliage.
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Marie DaleyTX EarthKind/ Polyantha1999Soft pink; small, semi-double flowers in clusters (pink sport of "Marie Pavie")3-4'T x 3'W; graceful, rounded formDelicious fragrance that drifts in the airVery disease-resistant; excellent repeat bloomer; nearly thornless; outstanding landscape plant for borders, hedges, or containers
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Marjorie FairHybrid Musk/Polyantha cross1978Bright red with white eye, small, single blooms in clusters5'T x 5'W; cascading habitLight, musky fragrance"Ballerina" x "Baby Faurax"; heavy bloomer; excellent in mass plantings or contaiers; can be trained as a small climber
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Martha GonzalesFound roseUnknownBright scarlet single blooms with occasional white streaks in clusters2-3'T x 2-3'WNoneVery disease-resistant; compact size works well in mass plantings and low hedges, borders.
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Madame Antoine MariTX EarthKind/ Tea Rose1901Shades of pink fading to cream; camellia-like form3-6'T x 6'W; full & rounded bushFragrant2008 TX EarthKind Rose of the Year. Very easy to grow; good cut flower; excellent repeat bloomer
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Monsieur Tillier--OUT OF STOCKTX EarthKind/ Tea Rose1891Mix of pale rose, salmon, & purple; very double blooms4-6'T large, upright shrubSpicy, herbal tea fragranceVery disease-resistant; excellent repeat
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Mrs. B.R. Cant--OUT OF STOCKTea Rose1901Silvery rose-pink with dark rose reverse; fat, full, cabbagey blooms5-8'T very large shrubRich, cool fragranceSteady bloomer; superb cut flower; healthy foliage
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NapoleonChina Rose1835Medium pink darkens to rose; similar to "Old Blush" but with a fuller bloom3-5'T rounded shrubFragrantLush foliage
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NymphenbergHybrid Musk1954Salmon-pink with orange shading that fades to rose pink with pale yellow/cream centers; large, double blooms6-8'T shrub or 12-18' climbing canesDelicious moderate to strong, fruity fragranceProbably the most fragrant Hybrid Musk; repeats well; vigorous & tough; healthy foliage. Low-thorned.
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Odee PinkFound Old TeaUnknownPale pink, double, loosely-formed4-5'TVery fragrantA "gardener friendly" rose; heavy bloomer; found in Mrs. Odee's garden in Brenham & in old Navasota gardens
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Peggy MartinFound Rose/ Climber/RamblerUnknownBright pink; small flowers in plentiful clusters 12-15' climbing canesLittle to no fragranceAlso known as "The Hurricane Katrina Rose" for surviving 2 weeks under saltwater in the garden of Peggy Martin. Low-thorned canes (leaves have small prickles). Vigorous, healthy, & easy to grow. Repeat improves with establishment.
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Perle d'OrTX EarthKind/ Polyantha1884Soft apricot; small flowers with petals that curl back as they open forming clusters of tiny pompoms3-4'T x 4'W; erect & well-branched small shrubExtremely fragrant; sweet & fruityExcellent bloomer; flower color holds better in summer with some afternoon shade; extremely disease-resistant. TX EarthKind Rose of the Year in 2007
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Pinkie, ClimbingTX EarthKind/ Climbing Polyantha1952Bright rose-pink; small, semi-double flowers in clusters5-10'T climbing or sprawling, flexible canesMedium, sweet fragranceNearly thornless canes are easy to train; train on columns, fences, trellises, or arbors, or grow as a graceful, cascading shrub or informal hedge; good repeat bloomer
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Prairie HarvestShrub/Buck
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Rockwall SesquecentennialTX Pioneer2003Soft pink double blooms2-3'T compact shrubFragrantExcellent container rose. Good repeat bloomer spring to fall.
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RoulettiiDwarf Chinaearly 1800'sBright lilac-pink; small, double blooms1 1/2'T x 1 1/2'WNoneProbably the 1st miniature to be bred; aka "Pompon de Paris"; early to late season bloom; tiny foliage
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Souvenir de la MalmaisonBourbon Rose1843Soft pink; old-fashioned, heavily-petalled, quartered blossoms3-4'T compact shrubStrong, sweet, & fruityConsidered by many rosarians to be the finest Bourbon Rose ever grown (Amer Rose Society Encyclopedia). Excellent repeat bloomer.
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Souvenir de St. Anne's TX EarthKind/ Bourbon
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SpiceTX EarthKind/ Bermuda RoseUnknownPale pink to white, tea-like blooms4-6' thick, compact bushSpicy fragrance A found rose with China rose traits. Good cut flower; performs well even under stressful conditions. Extremely disease-resistant.
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Star of the RepublicTX Pioneer/ Shrub2002Peach-apricot; old-fashioned, quartered blooms5-8'T large shrubFragrantMike Shoup of the Antique Rose Emporium considers this the best of the Pioneer series. Late spring flush followed by a strong fall repeat. Healthy foliage.
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The FairyTX EarthKind/ Polyantha1932Pastel pink, ruffled; in clusters2-3'T x 4-5'W; slightly cascadingMild appleNaturally disease-resistant; shade tolerant
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Thomas AffleckTX Pioneer1998Intense cerise pink; large, semi-double3-5'TFragrantLow-thorned; "Carefree Beauty" x "Basye's Blueberry"
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VeilchenblauHybrid Multiflora/ Climber1909Reddish-purple/dark blue-violet to gray-blue streaked white w/ gold stamens; small flowers in clusters10-15' climbing canesExcellent sweet & fruity fragranceNearly thornless; we chose this one-time bloomer for its exceptional, unique color, profuse, long-lasting spring bloom, & ease of growth. Tolerates part shade.
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