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A beautiful hybrid tea rose which produces soft-sulphur yellow blooms, which are sweetly perfumed. Mother and Daughter is a strong grower producing its flowers on long stems which makes it ideal for cut flowers, it also has great disease resistance. Making it one of the best yellow roses available.
Rankins, Australia 2011
Popular due to its ever changing colourful blooms, it flowers from yellow through to red, pink and white. This rose would make a beautiful feature shrub or a low hedge. Flowers from spring to autumn and is lightly fragranced. Grows to 60 cm.
Bred by Eric T Welsh, Australia, 1995
This rose has been a favourite for over 40 years. With large pointed medium pink moderately scented blooms that appear in clusters throughout summer and autumn, a hardy and reliable rose that flowers from summer through to autumn. this rose is ideal for large borders or for hedging. Almost thornless and grows approximately 3 metres tall and 1 ...
One of the worlds most poular roses
Dainty, semi-double pure white long lasting blooms borne in clusters. Long lasting, rain resistant flowers. Mild fragrance. Vigorous growing shrub ideal for massed plantings, borders and hedges. One of our favourites.Height 1.2 metres tall by 1 metre wide.
Bred by Kordes, Germany, 1958
Mother and Child is a highly disease resistant rose that produces soft pink flowers which are heavily scented. It produces tall elegant stems making it great cut flower with a vase life of up to seven days.
The best climbing rose to cover any thing it is a superb pillar climber. Lightly fragrant blooms with soft white outer petals and pink centres, old world shaped flowers. Easy to train over a pillar or arch. Height 3 metres.
Bred by Meilland, France
Masses of dusky plum pink blooms. Strong, fruity fragrance. Medium shrub suitable for garden beds, pots or specimen planting. Supporting the valuable work of Alzheimer’s Australian SA Inc. Height 1.5 metres.
Bred by Meilland, France, 2005