If you love roses, you know that there is always a new variety being released. Breeders are constantly working to create new colors, shapes, and fragrances in this beloved flower.
Often recent release roses are protected PBR, stands for "Plant Breeders' Rights," which is a form of intellectual property protection for new plant varieties. In the case of roses, a rose with PBR protection can only be propagated and sold with the permission of the breeder who holds the rights to the variety. This protection allows breeders to recoup the costs of developing and bringing a new rose variety to market, and it also helps to ensure that the variety remains true to form when it is propagated and sold.
Recent release roses are often more disease resistant, have highly perfumed flowers or just great around performers.
All Recent Release Roses come in a biodegradable Elle pot which means they can be planted straight into the ground anytime of year without disturbance to the roots.