Roses

Named after a painting by renowned Canadian artist Tom Thompson, the vibrant multi-coloured Campfire rose is sure to be world-renowned as well. This is one of the most exciting hardy roses every introduced. Yellow semi-double blossoms are edged in red and gradually turn to deepest pink. The effect is a multi-coloured harlequin of a shrub. Campfire is a very disease resistant rose that blooms continuously until the first hard frost.

 

Bill Reid® is the newest member of the Canadian Artists Rose series. This outstanding shrub rose has been selected for the harsh conditions of the Canadian prairies. Bill Reid® offers single, self-cleaning yellow flowers on a compact, disease-resistant, vigorous plant. 

Polar Joy Rose is a hybrid tree rose that was reportedly developed for use in northern gardens. It is winter hardy to USDA Zone 4. It is grown on its own roots. It typically grows to 4-5’ tall and features soft pink single blooms in clusters from late spring to fall. Foliage is medium green U. S. Plant Patent PP16,909 was issued on August 1, 2006.

Canada Blooms rose has beautiful fragrant, pink flowers that resemble a tender rose, because of  its high flower petal count. Flowers appear repeatedly from June to September.  It has medium green foliage and an upright plant form.

Emily Carr' is the first of the new Canadian Artist series. Not only is it hardy for Zones 3 to 8 but its willingness to cover itself in deep red blooms all season long, plus the added bonus of it's disease resistance, make it a cetain highlight all summer.

Never Alone rose is an exciting new variety with continuous red with white blooms in summer and fall until frost. It has glossy green foliage with new foliage emerging purple. Never Alone rose only grows up to about 1m in height and 0.75m wide, which makes it ideal for the garden or in containers. This rose is a partnership initiative between the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA) and the Never Alone Foundation (NAF). Part of the royalties benefit the Never Alone Foundation, a nationally registered charity committed to improving the lives of people affected by cancer.

Starting out as a beautiful orange and fading to coral with a golden sun in the center, Paprika will make you happy from summer to frost. This beauty has the habit, flower color and disease resistance that any rose lover is looking for.

This river of fragrance will impress you for weeks! Fragrant Spreader's soft pink, single flowers are abundant and highly fragrant. The plant will spread out to almost five feet across, making it ideal for covering large areas. It's perfect for banks and slopes. Does not need pruning. The glossy green foliage remains free of disease, and complements the bright flower color. Fragrant Spreader is heat and salt tolerant.

Oscar Peterson Rose is named after the Canadian born jazz pianist and composer. The semi-double flowers start out in a shade of soft yellow cream, especially in cooler weather, then turn to bright white with contrasting golden yellow stamens. This rose is a class act that does not spread across the bed with bothersome suckers. It grows upright to slightly spreading, making it a good specimen plant or an ideal hedging rose. Oscar Peterson was a tough and relentless performer and his rose namesake lives up to those standards.

Olds College Rose was named after the 100th anniversary of Olds College, Alberta. It has beautiful peach coloured, double flowers from June to September. This hardy rose was developed by Morden Research and Development Centre in Manitoba.

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