One of the best rose of the Iceberg's Roses. The petals are purple-red to burgundy and the reverse (exterior) sports a lighter tone. Flower all summer long and disease-resistant. Ideal for mass planting.
Mild and delicate fragrance. In the beginning of summer, the yellow petals are tipped with pink and become more pink as the season progresses. Some flowers are nearly all pink and some nearly all yellow. Very floriferous.
Large pink blooms with a petal count of over 40. It produces strong, long-stem roses. 'Canada Blooms’ parentage (Secret [Hybrid Tea] x Astrid Lindgren [hardy shrub rose]) suggests a hybrid shrub rose, but its behavior is more like a Hybrid Tea.
Canadian Shield ", is the first one of a series which will be marketed under the name of " Parallel 49th Collection ". This rosebush, rustic up to zone 4, gives clusters of scarlet red flowers with a sweet smell. Canadian Shield ™ is black spot and powdery mildew resistant.
Good display of double, deep magenta flowers usually in clusters of up to 10; lots of glossy mid-green leaves; vigorous grower producing long trailling branches that may be trained up to form a pillar; repeat-flowering throughout the season
Small clusters of large, semi-double, rich rose pink flowers followed by orangy-red hips; smooth olive green foliage showing good disease-resistance; upright, bushy growth; repeat-flowering throughout the season
Profusion of small clusters of large double flowers, deep pink with a pale reverse, followed by numerous hips in the fall; dense, bright green foliage with great disease-resistance; compact and bushy growth; everblooming throughout the season