Cuthbert Grant Rose
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You will cherish them in bouquets as they exude a satisfying sweet rose fragrance. After the first spring flush, the flowers will reappear throughout the summer on new wood.
Like other Parkland Explorer roses, Cuthbert Grant is recommended for planting in zones 3a-8b.
You will not regret investing in this easy-to-grow landscape rose.
A Cary Grant rose with Crepe Myrtle flowers.
This fragrant Hybrid Tea rose was commissioned by Barbara Harris Grant (the actors 5th wife) to be presented to her husband for Valentine's Day 1986. It was hybridized by Meilland and introduced to the public the following year.
The huge, bright orange blooms are held upright by long thorny stems lined with dark leaves. They make lovely cut flowers.
This heat tolerant Shrub rose grows to 4 feet tall and shows good disease resistance.
Plant it in USDA zones 7-9.
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I was unable to find a Cary Grant rose for you to purchase but I think I may have found you something even better. Mojave is strikingly similar to Cary Grant.
These large orange blend roses emit a fruity perfume. They bloom repeatedly from June to frost on vigorous Hybrid Tea plants.
Mojave has won numerous awards including the Geneva Gold Medal in 1953 and the AARS in 1954.
Pillow Fight Rose
The white flowers of the Pillow Fight rose look as soft and fluffy as pillow down and waft a dreamy honey perfume through the air. This low growing Shrub rose produces these small but numerous blooms all summer.
The Yellow Rose of Texas
Harrison's Yellow rose is the yellow rose of Texas. Rosa harisonii is classified as a Hybrid Foetida rose. Texas yellow rose plant picture and care instructions.