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Antique Roses Blanc Double de Coubert Gruss An Aachen


FRAGRANT Antique Rugosa BLANC DOUBLE DE COUBERT


More than 100 years after its introduction in 1892, this rugosa is still treasured in gardens everywhere. It continuously produces pure white semi-double fl owers almost all season without a break. Renowned for its intense fragrance. Displays red hips in the fall that are both decorative and useful for vita- min C rich tea, jam and jelly. T e plants are tough, vigorous, naturally disease-resistant and hardy through Zone 3.


Height: 4-5’ Petals: 25-30 Flower Size: 4-5” Fragrance: Strong rose and licorice Hybridizer: Cochet-Cochet, 1892


15.95 ea. 2 for 27.95 4 for 49.95 Item #24810


DECORATIVE GARDEN CLOCK


& THERMOMETER With an antique rust-like casting, this weather resis- tant clock and thermometer is stylish enough to be used both indoors and out. One side is a clock with Eng- lish numerals and the other a thermometer. Held in a decorative bracket, it swivels 360 degrees so you can turn it any way you like. Mount it outside a window to view the temperature from the inside and the time when you’re outside. Pretty and practical. 15¼”x7”x4”.


49.95 ea. – Item #54668 DAGMAR HASTRUP Antique Rugosa


(Frau Dagmar Hartopp, Fru Dagmar Hastrup) Renowned internationally as being wonderfully hardy, dwarf and a perpetual bloomer. Its shimmering, light pink, single blooms have a delicate appearance, but are heavy with fragrance. T e rich green, deeply veined, rugose foliage presents spectacular bronze color in fall that highlights the abundant scarlet-red rose hips. T is rose waves off rose maladies with ease. Zone 3 hardy. Grown own root.


Height: 3-4’ Petals: 4-8 Flower Size: 3-4” Fragrance: Strong Hybridizer: Hastrup, 1914


15.95 ea. 2 for 27.95 4 for 49.95 Item #24897


Order Toll Free: 1.800.347.7609 Customer Service: 1.888.481.7673 Dagmar Hastrup 41 GRUSS AN AACHEN Antique Floribunda


David Austin prefers to classify this as an English Rose because it has much in common with what he regards as the ideal English Rose. Light pink, rosette-type fl owers shade to salmon-pink at their centers with yellow undertones and red highlights, their hue varying somewhat due to hot or cool temperatures. Shade-tolerant plants stay nicely compact and are fi lled with green, leathery foliage, blooming in fl ushes throughout the season. Consid- ered by some to be the fi rst fl oribunda rose. Hardy in Zone 4.


Height: 18”-3’ Petals: 40-45 Flower Size: 3½-4½” Fragrance: Sweet mild Hybridizer: Geduldig, 1909


16.95 ea. 2 for 29.95 4 for 54.95 Item #24467


HANSA Antique Rugosa


T is splendid stalwart of rosedom has been gracing landscapes since its in- troduction in 1905. T roughout the summer it off ers a repeated display of reddish-violet, double fl owers that perfume the air with their spicy clove fragrance. Large, bright red rose hips follow in fall. Rugose-type, dark green foliage takes on orange hues in fall and is rarely bothered by insects or disease. Plants fi ll in nicely for screening. Har- dy in Zone 3. Grown own root.


Height: 4-6’ Petals: 20-30 Flower Size: 3-4” Fragrance: Intense clove Hybridizer: Schaum & Van Tol, 1905


15.95 ea.


2 for 27.95 4 for 49.95 Item #24925


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