The Rose, Oklahoma Hybrid Tea, ‘Rosa sp. ‘Oklahoma’, is one of the most fragrant red roses ever developed, The ‘Oklahoma’ produces the classic hybrid tea blooms and they are great for arrangements and bouquets. The rose flowers open from large buds that expands their petals slowly. The blooms are borne singly on one stem that are perfect for cutting. This vigorous growing plant also offers disease resistant, semi-glossy, green foliage. The Oklahoma is a heat loving plant. Hybrid tea roses are the most popular class of roses. These roses grow into sturdy, upright plants. They bloom continuously or in flushes throughout the growing season..
The Pink Home Run® Shrub Rose, ‘Rosa ‘Wekphorn’ PPAF, is a beautiful landscape rose that is electric pink and it has all the great qualities that make for a super rose. It is beautifully rounded, has a bushy habit, has a sparkling foliage-to-flower contrast and an almost continual bloom with a very speedy repeat. The Pink Home Run has absolute black spot and powdery mildew resistance. Just like the Home Run, it is early to flower and produces fresh flowers every day. Use this plant for mass plantings and mixed borders. This is a low-maintenance colorful choice for sunny areas..
The Hybrid Tea Rose ‘Chicago Peace’, Rosa sp. ‘Chicago Peace’, is a variant of the renowned ‘Peace’ rose, that was discovered by a grower living in Chicago. The ‘Chicago Peace’ rose is strawberry red and peach, where the original ‘Peace’ rose is pink and yellow. With the ‘Chicago Peace’, the pink edging is richer and can spread throughout the petals; the reverse is an intense coppery gold. ‘Chicago Peace’ loves the heat , doesn’t mind the wind, and blooms in late spring to early summer, with periodic rebloom. Its long stemmed flowers make a stunning bouquet in a vase. If you plant this rose in a flower bed, remember to underplant it with low growing perennials to hide the bare ‘legs’ of the rose. (Hybrid tea roses are notorious for having lower canes that are bare with no or little foliage.).