Treloar Roses have announced some exciting new releases in the world of roses for 2015. The range includes pink, oranges and reds from tea roses to floribunda forms. Here is a list of our favourites that will sure to make your garden smile with colour.
Wedding Bells – Hybrid Tea Rose (Korsteflali)
A low growing Hybrid Tea Rose to about 1m high and 60cm wide. The large, clear silver pink blooms have classic form, are high scented with a petal count of over 40. Wedding Bells has a lovely fragrance making a stunning addition to home entry gardens and mixed garden displays. Healthy, disease resistant and dark green foliage makes this a must for Hybrid Tea lovers.
Bengali – Floribunda Rose (Korbehati)
This floriferous variety stands apart by its strong fragrance and the highest disease resistance in its colour range. Growing upright to 1m high and 50cm wide, this beautiful rose has been awarded with multiple international medals.
Purple Glow – Floribunda Rose (Korjayes)
This extremely healthy and compact bush brings new meaning to the word floribunda, with masses of blooms per stem when established. Petals drop off cleanly when aged, keeping a neat appearance. Growth to 1m tall.
Summer Sun – Floribunda Rose (Korfocgri)
The fully double high centred blooms range in colour from soft pink, with cream reverse to salmon orange with cream yellow reverse. This lovely rose comes with a soft fragrance, dark green leaves and extremely healthy upright growth to 1m.
Gallipoli Centenary Rose – Shrub Rose (Kortutu)
A very tough and dense growing, upright bush, it has all the health and disease resistance famous in a Kordes latest release. Large, elegant, deep velvet red unfading blooms are produced in clusters or singly, over a long flowering period. Growing to a height of 1.2m the beautiful blooms are framed by mid green leaves. This rose has been decorated with international gold medals.
Treloar Roses will proudly donate $1.00 from the sale of each rose to the Anzac Day Commemoration Committee Qld Inc to help fund ANZAC education to Australian school children & war veteran related projects. For further information visit www.anzacday.org.au
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