|Content||Easy on the Eyes™ Rose
This uniquely colored shrub rose deserves a prime spot in the garden! Clusters of lavender-pink flowers with large, magenta-purple eyes really stand out against the dark green, glossy foliage. Each cluster has an amazing 15-20 blooms with a moderate citrusy, spicy fragrance. Grows 4-5 ft. tall. Easy on the Eyes, like other shrub roses, is a hardy, trouble-free rose that provides easy landscape color. Grow as a specimen plant or group together for an informal, carefree garden.
Height4 - 5 feet
Bloom Time Late spring to fall
Light Requirements Full Sun, Partial Shade
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Type Shrub||Above and Beyond
Bloom cycle: Recurrent
Exposure: Full Sun
Flower color: Apricot
Flower form: Double, 3-3.5″
This new large-flowered climber is a very different rose for colder climates. Above and Beyond™ combines extreme cane hardiness, reliable spring flowering and vigorous growth. Orange flower buds open in prolific clusters of five or more apricot colored semi-double to double flowers. Plants bloom in mid- to late-spring with sporadic repeat flowering in summer. With extreme cane hardiness, Above and Beyond can be a climber or a nice large free-standing shrub in colder regions where plant dieback from cold is not an issue. This cane hardy, large-flowered rose blooms reliably in spring making it a welcome addition in colder climates and is very resistant to fungal diseases.||Fru Dagmar Hastrup
Plant Type: spreading shrub
Foliage Type: deciduous
Plant Height: 5 ft. 0 in. (1.52 meters)
Plant Width/Spread: 5 ft. 0 in. (1.52 meters)
Plant Height-Mature: 8 ft. 0 in. (2.44 meters)
Plant Width-Mature: 8 ft. 0 in. (2.44 meters)
Hardiness: USDA Zones 3 to 9
Flower Color: pink
Sun/Light Exposure: full sun
Water Requirements: drought tolerant
Wildlife Associations: bees, butterflies This tough shrub rose has a great deal to offer and asks little in return. It originated as a seedling of Rosa rugosa, which is one of the hardiest of all roses. ‘Fru Dagmar Hastrup’ was discovered and named by Mr. Hastrup in Denmark in about 1914. Its color is notable – clear silver-pink – rather than the purplish red of most Rugosa roses. Very fragrant flowers are produced from May until frost, the earlier ones have ripened into rich, crimson tomato-shaped hips while the last flowers are still appearing. This coincides with the brilliant foliage – a mix of gold, russet and sage-green — making quite a show. Due to its colonizing habit is useful for stabilizing banks, and it’s very prickly stems make it a good barrier plant. It can be sheared into a low hedge. Its thick, dark green, deeply veined leaves are somewhat deer resistant. Bees and butterflies like the flowers, which can also be used in arrangements. The hips are enjoyed by wild birds and can be made into tea or jelly.||Ruby Voodoo Rose
Rose Classification: Shrub Roses-Cold Hardy
Rose Colors: Magenta Colored Roses
USDA Hardiness Zone: 4, 5, 6, 7
Water Needs: Moderate
Light Needs: Full Sun
Mature Height: 5-6 ft.
Mature Width : 4-5 ft.
Mature Size (generic) : SHRUB (4-6′)
This rose is sure to cast a spell on you. You see, Ruby Voodoo (Rosa ‘Ruby Voodoo’) has a secret. Not only is it an enticing color that will draw you in from across the garden, but once you start to get close the intoxicating scent will make your heart skip a beat.
Ruby Voodoo has a difficult-to-capture-in-a-picture color, it is a wonderful purple/pink/magenta shade that gets richer the longer you look at it. It is shaped like an old English rose but has the modern health and vigor of a landscape shrub.
As striking as the color is, though, it is the powerful fragrance that makes Ruby Voodoo memorable and the star of your garden. The scent is an extremely rich, sweet traditional rose fragrance, the type that perfumers and candle makers try desperately to capture in a bottle or in wax but are never quite able to do. You just need to pick a small bouquet of the roses from your garden and bring them in to your table to perfume your entire room!
Ruby Voodoo doesn’t just have big color and big scent. It has a big form. Growing 4-6 feet tall and wide, it commands attention in a sunny spot in your garden. After a big flush of blooms in early summer, it will treat you with sporadic blushes all summer long and into the fall. This shrub rose grows best in zone 4-9
Ruby Voodoo looks great with soft grasses and evergreens. Try it as a backdrop for perennial daylilies or classic lavender.||Campfire Shrub Rose
Zone: 3 to 7
Planting Season: Spring
Soil Requirements: Fertile, well-drained
Flowering Season: Summer
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Flower Color: Yellow
Prune Time: Late fall and early spring
Botanical Name: Shrub rose
Disease Resistant: Yes
Campfire has exceptional hardiness combined with eye-catching blooms and bright glossy foliage. Shapely buds with yellow and red tones open to semi-double flowers of yellow, edged in a deep rosy pink. As the season progresses, the pink edging becomes more prominent and produces an incredible smoldering blend of yellow and deep pink blooms that continue until frost. Dark green glossy foliage has excellent disease resistance and stems are smooth with only the occasional short thorns. Campfire’s luminescent blooms on a compact shrub will light up a landscape.
Easy-to-care for exceptionally hardy and extremely eye-catching. Compact 3-foot shrubs bloom continuously from summer until frost creating a multi-colored, smoldering effect in the landscape. Plant in full sun.||Rosa rugosa ‘BOC rogosnif’ PP22,570
Cinnamon scented rose with large, semi double flowers that are a deep shade of mauve. Medium sized with deep glossy green foliage. Minimal deadheading and pruning is required and its disease resistance make this a perfect addition to any landscape.
- Height: 3-3.5′
- Width: 3.5-4′
- Exposure: Full Sun
- Zone: 3-10
- Pruning: Early spring
- Watering: Medium
- Fertilizing: Balanced NPK
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