Enchanted Gardens' Rose Collection 2012
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NAME (W-Weeks, S-Star)ROSE CLASSCOLORFRAGRANCEBLOOM SIZE/ PETALSAVG SIZE/ FORMNOTES
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All a'Twitter (W)Miniature (own-root)Brilliant OrangeLightMedium; 15-20 petalsMedium; rounded & bushyNEW FOR 2012
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Altissimo, Cl. (S)Mannerly ClimberBordeaux RedMild clove5"; saucer-like; 5-7 petals; long cutting stems8-10' climber, pillar, or shrubRe-blooms all season; disease-resistant; shade tolerant
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America, Cl. (S)Mannerly ClimberCoral PinkStrong, spicy3"; full; 40-45 petals10-12' fast-growing climberAARS winner; re-blooms all season; very disease-resistant
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Angel Face (S,W)FloribundaLavenderStrong, sweet citrus flowers3"; ruffled, in clusters; 25-30 petals3-4'T x 3'W; roundedAARS winner; heavy bloomer
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Baby Love (S,W)Shrublet (own-root)Sunny yellowMild licorice2"; in clusters; about 5 petals1 1/2'-4 1/2' x 2'-3'W; compactOutstanding blackspot resistance; excellent repeat bloom
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Baronne de Rothschild (S)Hybrid TeaCherry red w/ cream reverseStrong, spicy5"; very large & full; 40 petals3'-4'T; uprightVery disease-resistant
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Belinda's Dream (W)TX EarthKind/ Shrub (own-root)Medium pinkModerate fruity, raspberry4"; 45-100 petalsMedium, bushyThrives in hot, humid summers; very disease-resistant; great cut flower
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Betty Boop (W)FloribundaIvory & yellow edged w/ redModerate to strong, fruityMed-large; 6-12 petals3'-5'T x 3-4'W; dense & roundedAARS winner; long-lasting flowers; quick to re-bloom; healthy
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Brite Eyes, Cl (S)Mannerly ClimberSalmon w/ yellow eyeMild spicyMedium-size; 7-10 petals7-8' climberFrom the breeder of "Knock Out"; very disease-resistant
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Carefree Beauty (aka "Katy Rd Pink) (W)TX EarthKind/ Shrub (own-root)Clear pinkMild to strong sweet apple4 1/2"; 18-24 petals4-5'T x 4'W; upright, bushyNaturally disease-resistant; excellent in shrub borders; a Dr. Griffith Buck rose
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Carefree Celebration (S)Landscape Shrub (own-root)Rich orange to orange-redNone2-2 1/2"; cup-like; 15-18 petals4 1/2'T x 4 1/2'W; rounded & fairly looseFrom the breeder of "Knock Out"; very disease-resistant; blooms in continuous flushes
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Carefree Spirit (S)Shrub (own-root)Red & white bicolor w/ white eyeSlightMed-small in large, showy clusters; 5 petals5'T x 5'W; bushy & compact; slightly spreadingAARS winner; excellent disease resistance; heavy bloomer
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Carefree Wonder (S)Shrub (own-root)Bright pink w/ creamy white reverseLightMed-large; 20-25 petals3-4'T x 3-4'W; rounded& bushyAARS winner; excellent disease resistance; reliable repeat bloomer
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Ch-Ching (W)GrandifloraUnfading lemon yellowStrong, sweet spice & fruit4"; informal, in clusters; about 30 petals5 1/2'-6 1/2'T; upright & bushySport of "Strike It Rich" (AARS winner); vigorous, healthy, & floriferous
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Chihuly (W)FloribundaApricot yellow, orange, & deep red blendMild teaMed-large; 25-30 petalsMedium & bushyEver-changing array of flashy colors
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China Doll (S)FloribundaVibrant PinkLightSmall in clusters; 20-25 petals18-36"T x 18-36"W; dwarf, moundedProven performer since the 1940's; great for containers; disease-resistant
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Chrysler Imperial (S,W)Hybrid TeaVelvety dark redStrong damask rose5"; full & shapely; 40-50 petals3-6'T x 2-4'W; uprightAARS winner; vigorous; Prefers heat; repeats well
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Cinco de Mayo (W,S)Floribunda (own-root) (also available as a tree rose)Smoky lavender & rusty red-orange blendModerate sweet appleAvg 31/2", in large clusters; about 25 petals3-4'T x 3'W; rounded & bushyAARS winner; seedling of "Julia Child"; reliable repeat bloom; disease-resistant
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Classic Woman Hybrid Tea/ RomanticaWhiteMild classic roseUp to 5"; old-fashioned; sometimes clustered; 80+ petals5-6'T x 3-4'W; bushyDisease-resistant; long lasting cut flower
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Colette, Cl. (S)Climber/ RomanticaPinkStrong citrus & damaskAvg 3 1/4" across across; approx 26-40 petalsSpreading to 8-10'Old-fashioned type blooms; extremely disease-resistant
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Colorific (W)FloribundaPeach, coral, & salmon blend w/ orange, scarlet, & burgundy blushMild fruityAvg 5"; about 30 petals; long, strong stems good for cutting4-4 1/2'T; upright & bushyNew in 2011; vigorous, floriferous & very disease-resistant
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Darcey BussellDavid Austin/ ShrubDeep crimson redMedium, fruityLarge; 70 petals3'T x 2'W; bushy, uprightOne of Austin's best & healthiest reds; excellent repeat; tolerates part shade; good for containers
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Dick Clark (W)GrandifloraCreamy white & cherry blushed burgundyModerate spicy cinnamon4-5" diam; 25-30 petals; long cutting stems5-5 1/2'T x 3-4'W; rounded & bushyNew in 2011; AARS winner; every bloom is unique; vigorous & easy
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Distant Drums (W)Floribunda/ ShrubUnusual tan washing to orchid pinkModerate anise, myrrhMed-large; ruffled; 35-40 petals3-4'T; uprightVigorous & flowerful; a Dr. Griffith Buck rose
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Don Juan, Cl (S)Large-flowered ClimberDeep velvety redStrong roseLarge & full; 30-35 petalsClimbing canes 12-14' long"Best of the fragrant dark red climbing roses" (Weeks); good repeat bloomer
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Double Delight (W,S)Hybrid TeaBicolor cream blushing to redStrong, spicy roseAvg 5", full; 30-35 petals3-5'T x 3-5'W; slightly spreadingAARS winner; prolific bloomer; eye-catching color combination
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Drift, Apricot (S)Groundcover (own- root)ApricotNoneAvg 3/4", cupped, in clusters; 30-35 petals1 1/2'T x 2 1/2'W; small, moundingSeason-long repeat bloom; tough & disease-resistant
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Drift, Coral (S)Groundcover (own-root)Bright coral-orangeNoneAvg 1 1/2", in clusters; 17-25 petals1 1/2'T x 2 1/2'WSeason-long repeat bloom; tough & disease-resistant
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Drift, Icy (S)Ground cover (own-root)Pure whiteNoneSmall, in large clusters; 35-40 petals1-1 1/2'T x 2-3'WNew in 2011; exceptional disease resistance
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Drift, Peach (S)Ground cover (own-root)Soft peachNoneAvg 1 1/2", cupped, in clusters; 17-25 petals1 1/2'T x 2'WStrong disease resistance; pairs well with perennials
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Drift, Pink (S)Groundcover(own-root)Deep pink w/ soft pink centerNoneSmall, in clusters; 4-8 petals1 1/2'T x 3'WDisease-resistant; easy to combine with perennials
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Drift, Red (S)Groundcover(own-root)Red NoneAvg 3/4"; cupped, in clusters; most petite flowers of the Drifts1 1/2'T x 2 1/2'WFor front of border or draping over a rock wall or edge
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Drift, Sweet (S)Groundcover(own-root)Clear pinkNoneDouble blooms in clusters1 1/2'T x 2 1/2'WExceptional disease resistance; heavy bloomer
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Drop Dead Red (W)FloribundaRed velvetMild teaMed-large; about 30 petalsMed-tall; upright & bushyIntense color looks great in the landscape
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Easter Basket (S)FloribundaCreamy yellow edged with pinkSlightLarge, ruffled; 15-18 petals3-4'T x 3-4'W; medium, bushyGood repeat bloomer; perfect low hedge or accent
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Easy Does It (W)FloribundaMango, peach, & apricot blendModerate, fruityAvg 4"' ruffled, in small clusters; 25-30 petals3-4'T; rounded & bushy2010 AARS winner; disease-resistant; vigorous & flowerful
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Easy Going (W)Floribunda (own-root)Golden peachy yellowModerate fruityAvg 4 1/4"; 25-30 petals3-5'T x 2'W; rounded & bushySport of "Livin' Easy"; disease-resistant & floriferous
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Ebb Tide (W)FloribundaDeep plum purpleStrong spicy cloveMedium; old-fashioned; 35+ petalsMedium; upright, bushyUnique color; powerful perfume
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Eden, Cl (S)Climber/ RomanticaSoft pinkSlightLarge, old-fashioned rose; 40+ petals10-12' climbing canesGets even better with age; "World's Best Rose" in 2006; very disease-resistant
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Electric Blanket (W)Shrub/ Groundcover(own-root)Coral pink LightMedium, in clustersMedium-low; somewhat spreadingLow maintenance, healthy, & colorful
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Elizabeth Taylor (W) Hybrid TeaDeep pink with smoky edgesSlight spiceMed-large; 30-35 petalsMedium; slightly spreadingHeavy bloomer; long stems; good cut flower
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Elle (W,S)Hybrid TeaSoft pink & ivory bicolorStrong spice & citrusAvg 5"; 50-55 petals; great cut flower3-5'T x 2-3'W; bushy & compactAARS WINNER; above avg disease resistance; good fit for small gardens or large containers
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Eternal Flame (S)Hybrid TeaYellowStrong citrusAvg 4 3/4"; 35 petals4-5'T x 2-3'W; tall, uprightLong stems for cutting; above average disease resistance
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Europeana (S)FloribundaDark redLightMedium, in clusters; 25-30 petals; exceptionally long-lastingMedium, roundedAARS winner; performs well in heat; a favorite of experts as well as casual gardeners
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Eyeconic Lemonade (S)Shrub ( own-root)Bright yellow with red "eye"NoneMedium, cup like; 10-12 petals4 1/2'T x 4 1/2'W; very bushyNEW FOR 2012; breeding breakthrough; self-cleaning
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Eyeconic Pink Lemonade (S)Shrub (own-root)Light melon-pink with darker "eye"NoneMedium, cup like; 8-10 petals3'T x 3'W; bushy & compactNEW FOR 2012; breeding breakthrough; self-cleaning; great landscape shrub
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Falling in Love (W)Hybrid TeaPink with cream reverseStrong rose & fruitLarge, full, & shapely; 25 petalsMedium-tall; upright, full & bushyLoads of blooms; attractive bushy plant
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FalstaffDavid Austin/ Mannerly Climber or ShrubDark crimson redStrong old roseLarge, cupped, very full; 110 petals4'T x 3 1/2'W or 8' as climber; upright, bushySummer prune to maintain as a shrub; good repeat; tolerates part shade
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Fire Meidiland (S)Groundcover(own-root)Bright redNoneMedium; 17-25 petals1'T x 41/2'W; prostrateIdeal for slopes, banks, containers; excellent disease resistance; blocks weeds
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Firefighter (W)Hybrid TeaDusky velvet redIntense old roseAvg 4 1/2", formal; 40-45 petals; long-stemmed5-6'T; upright & bushyVery disease-resistant; 1st sponsorship rose of the 9-11 "Remember Me" garden fund
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Fourth of July, Cl. (S)Large-flowered ClimberRed & white stripedSlight sweet fragranceLarge; 10-16 petals8-12' long canesAARS winner (the first climber to win this award)
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Fragrant Cloud (W,S)Hybrid TeaDeep coral red-orangeStrong, sweet spice & roseAvg 4 3/4"; 25-30 petals3-5'T x 2'W; medium & bushyHeavy bloomer & vigorous grower; voted into the Rose Hall of Fame by the World Federation of Rose Societies
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French Lace (S)FloribundaIvory to light apricotSlight fruityLarge; 30-35 petals3'T x 3'W; uprightAARS winner
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Garden Sun, Cl. (S)Large-flowered ClimberApricot-orangeSlightLarge; 35-40 petals10-12' climbing canesDisease-resistant; perfect for cutting
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Gentle HermioneDavid Austin/ Shrub (own-root)Pearly pink to soft blushVery strong old rose, myrrhLarge, cupped; 90 petals4'T x 3'W; very well branchedVery good repeat; tolerates part shade
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George Burns (W)FloribundaYellow, red, pink, & cream stripedStrong fruit & citrusAvg 4", ruffled; 30-35 petals2 1/2-3 1/2'T; rounded & fairly compactHealthy & free flowering; bright, cheery, "feel good" rose
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Golden CelebrationDavid Austin/ Mannerly Climber or Shrub (own-root)Golden yellowVery strong; tea, citrus, strawberry, lycheeLarge, full-petalled; 75 petals4 1/2'T x 4 1/2'W; round, slightly arching or 8-10' climberWinner of many fragrance awards; tolerates part shade; very good repeat
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Gold Medal (W,S)GrandifloraGolden yellow Rich, fruityAvg 4 1/2"; 30-35 petals3-6'T; very tall & uprightLong, low-thorned stems; very disease-resistant foliage
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Golden Showers, Cl. (S)Climber Bright yellow-goldSweet licorice & honeyAvg 6", ruffled; 20-30 petalsClimbing canes 12-14'AARS winner; tolerates part shade; disease-resistant
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Gourmet Popcorn (W)Shrublet (own-root)Bright whiteStrong roseMedium-small in clusters; 15-20 petals18-28"T x 18"W; bushy & slightly cascadingVery disease-resistant; sport of "Popcorn"; proven consistent performer
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Grande Dame (W)Hybrid Tea Super-saturated rose pinkIntense old roseAvg 5 3/4", old-fashioned in clusters; over 30 broad petals5-6'T; upright & bushyNew in 2011; a modern antique for all climbers; low-thorned cutting stems
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Happy Chappy36" Tree Rose onlyOrange, yellow, pink blendMildAvg 1"; 5 petalsTree roseVery disease-resistant; like a miniature "Mutabilis" rose with ever-changing color blends
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Home Run (W)Shrub (own-root)Showy flame red with prominent yellow stamensSlightAvg 3 1/4", in small clusters; 5 petalsAvg 3'T; rounded & bushy"Knock Out" offspring with more disease resistance; fast to flower & quick to repeat
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Home Run, Pink (W)Shrub (own-root)Velvety warm pinkSlightAvg 2 3/4", in clusters; 5 petals3'T; rounded & bushyNew in 2011; extremely disease-resistant; quick to bloom & repeat
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Hot Cocoa (S)FloribundaSmokey chocolate orangeModerate old roseMedium-large, ruffled, in clusters; 20-25 petals4-5'T x 4'W; roundedAARS winner; easy; disease-resistant
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Iceberg (W,S)Floribunda (own-root)Ice whiteMild honeyMedium, in clusters; 20-25 petals2-5'T x 2'W; bushyOne of the top 10 roses in the world; extremely disease-resistant; shade tolerant
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Iceberg, Brilliant Pink (W)Floribunda (own-root)Cherry pink & creamMild honey3 1/2", in clusters; 18-24 petals3-5'T x 3-5'W; rounded, bushySport of "Iceberg"; free flowering; great landscape shrub; very disease-resistant
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Iceberg, Burgundy (W)Floribunda (own-root)Purple-red burgundy w/ cream reverseMild honey3 3/4", in clusters; 20-25 petals3'T x 3'W; rounded, bushySport of "Brilliant Pink Iceberg"; nearly thornless stems; beautiful landscape shrub
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Iceberg, Climbing (S)Climbing FloribundaWhiteMildMedium; 20-25 petals8-12' climbing canesStrong bloomer
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Jeanne LaJoie, Cl (W)Climbing miniature (own-root)Pink with coralSlight teaSmall in large clusters; 35-40 petals6-10' climbing canesAward winner; vigorous & free-flowering; very disease-resistant
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Julia Child (W,S)Floribunda (own-root)Buttery goldStrong licorice candy & spiceAvg 3", very full, old-fashioned; 35+ petals2 1/2-3'T x 2 1/2-3'W; rounded & compactAARS winner; excellent disease resistance; good cut flower
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Julio Iglesias (S)FloribundaRed & white stripedStrong citrus & verbenaMedium; 25-30 petals2-3'T x 3-4'W; bushyExceptional color & fragrance
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Just Joey (S)Hybrid TeaApricotStrong, fruityLarge, ruffled; 25-30 petals3-4'T x 3-4'W; roundedOutstanding fragrance
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Knock Out (W)TX EarthKind/ Shrub (own-root)Light red to deep pinkLight teaAvg 3 1/2"; 5-7 petals4-5'T x 4-5'W; rounded & bushyAARS winner; very disease-resistant
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Knock Out, Double (W)Shrub (own-root)Deep pink to cherry redNoneMedium; 15-25 petals3-4'T; roundedVery disease-resistant; more petals & more compact habit than "Knock Out"
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Knock Out, Pink (W)Shrub (own-root)Medium pinkMildAvg 3"; 5-7 petals3-4'T x 3-4'W; rounded & bushySport of "Knock Out"; same disease resistance & performance
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Knock Out, Pink Double (W)Shrub (own-root)Medium pinkNoneAvg 3"; 15-20 petalsMedium; rounded & bushySport of "Double Knock Out"; disease-resistant & free-flowering
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Knock Out, Rainbow (S)Shrub (own-root)Shades of coral, pink, & yellowSweet juniper (buds)Avg 2"; 5-7 petals2-3'T x 2-3'W; compact, roundedAARS winner; disease-resistant
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Knock Out, Sunny (W)Shrub (own-root)Pale yellow-whiteModerateAvg 3"; 5-7 petals4 1/2'T; full, bushy & roundedSame great disease resistance as it's parent; appreciates a little afternoon shade
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Koko Loco (W)FloribundaMilk chocolate changing to lavenderModerateMedium, very well-formed; 30-35 petalsMedium; rounded & bushyNEW FOR 2012; long-lasting cut flower; unusual color change
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Lady Elsie May (W)Shrub (own-root)Coral pinkLightMedium; 8-14 petalsMedium; roundedAARS winner; very disease-resistant
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Lavender Meidiland (S)Shrub (own-root)Lavender to pinkVery slightTiny, cup like, in clusters; 15-20 petals3-4'T x 3-4'WExtremely self-cleaning; excellent disease resistance
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Legends (W)Hybrid TeaRuby redModerate fruityAvg 6 1/2", full & ruffled; near 30 petals4'T; upright Large lettuce-like, red-green leaves; long cutting stems
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Let Freedom Ring (W)Hybrid TeaStrawberry redSlight teaLarge, high-centered; 25 petalsMedium-tall; uprightFantastic year-round form; long-lasting cut flower
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Liv Tyler (S)Hybrid Tea/ RomanticaCoral pinkRipe apricot perfumeOld-fashioned, quartered; 75-80 petals5-6'T x 3-4'W; bushyStrong stems for cutting
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Livin' Easy (W)Floribunda (own-root)Apricot orange blendModerate fruityMedium-large, in small clusters; 26-40 petals3-5'T x 3-6'W; roundedAARS winner; very disease-resistant; heavy bloomer
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Love and Peace (S)Hybrid TeaPink, yellow, cream blendSweet, fruityLarge; 40 petalsMedium, uprightAARS winner; high tolerance to mildew & blackspot; excellent cut flower
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Love's Promise (S)GrandifloraDeep currant redStrong raspberryLarge; 35 petals2-5'T x 2'WExcellent disease resistance; perfect cut flower
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Lunar Mist, Cl. (S)Climber/ RomanticaSoft creamPepper & spiceTo 5" across; 50+ petals15-20' climbing canesSport of "Colette"; performs well in all climates & landscape situations
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Marmalade Skies (S)FloribundaPure orange-redSlightMed-small in clusters; 20-25 petalsMedium; bushy, compact & neatAARS winner; heavy bloomer; healthy
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Magic Meidiland (S)Groundcover(own-root)Bright pink with darker shadingStrong Lily of the ValleySemi-double, in clusters; 10-25 petals2'T x 5'WLooks pretty even in summer heat; excellent disease resistance
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Memorial Day (W)Hybrid TeaOrchid pinkStrong damask roseAvg 5"; over 50 petals4'T; upright & bushyAARS WINNET; long, low-throned stems; thrives on heat; very disease resistant
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Michelangelo (S)Hybrid Tea/ RomanticaGolden yellowStrong, sweet lemonMedium, old-fashioned; 50 petals5'T x 3'W; uprightLong stems for cutting
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Milwaukee's Calatrava (S)Landscape Shrub (own-root)White (with a hint of pink in cool temps)Moderate to very strong citrusAvgb3 1/2", ruffled; 25-30 petals4-5'T x 3'W; tall & bushyFrom the breeder of "Knock Out"; blue-green foliage; reliable repeat bloomer
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Mister Lincoln (W,S)Hybrid TeaVelvety deep redStrong damask roseAvg 4 3/4"; 30-35 petals3-6 1/2'T; uprightAARS winner; long cutting stems
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Moonstone (W)Hybrid TeaWhite finely edged with pinkMild tea & roseAvg 4 3/4"; 34-42 petals4-5'T; uprightLong cutting stems; very disease-resistant
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Mother of Pearl (S)GrandifloraSoft peachSlightMedium; 22-25 petals4'T x 2'W; tall, very bushyExceptional black spot resistance; performs well even in heat & humidity
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Munstead WoodDavid Austin/ ShrubCrimson shadesStrong fruity & old roseLarge; shallow cups; 74 petals3'T x 2 1/2'W; broad & bushyNEW FOR 2012; disease-resistant; excellent repeat; tolerates part shade
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Nearly Wild (W)Floribunda/ Shrub (own-root)Medium pink Slight appleAvg 3 1/2", in clusters; 5 petals2-3'T x 2-3'W; bushy & roundedBest in mass plantings; give good air circulation for maximum performance
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