Popular Roses

Roses are among the most popular and versatile plants grown in flower gardens. Roses offer a large assortment of growth habits, sizes, and shapes as well as a variety of leaf and flower colors. The American Rose Society, with nearly 20,000 members, has surveyed its members to determine their favorite cultivars. Some of their favorites include:

Hybrid Teas Floribundas Miniatures Miniatures cont. Grandifloras
  • Color Blends
    • Double Delight
    • First Prize
    • Folklore
    • Peace
  • Orange-Pink
    • Touch of Class
  • Pink
    • Dainty Bess
    • Elizabeth Taylor
    • Marijke Koopman
  • Red
    • Dublin
    • Korlingo
    • Mister Lincoln
    • Olympiaad
  • White
    • Pristine
    • Suffolk
  • Yellow
    • Elegant Beauty
    • Elina
  • Blends
    • Little Darling
    • Priscilla Burton
    • Regensberg
  • Mauve
    • Escapade
  • Orange-Pink
    • Dicky
    • First Edition
  • Orange-Red
    • Royal Occasion
  • Pink
    • Gene Boerner
    • Poulsen's Pearl
    • Sexy Rosy
  • Red
    • Europeana
    • Showbiz
  • White
    • Iceberg
    • Ivory Fashion
  • Yellow
    • Sunsprite
  • Color Blends
    • Dreamglo
    • Earthquake
    • Jean Kenneally
    • Little Artist
    • Little Jackie
    • Loving Touch
    • Magic Carrousel
    • Minnie Pearl
    • Party Girl
    • Rainbow's End
    • Shortcake
    • Wow
  • Mauve
    • Ruby Pendant
    • Winsome
  • Orange-Pink
    • Millie Walters
    • Peirrine
  • Orange-Red
    • Orange Sunblaze
    • Starina
  • Pink
    • Coral Sprite
    • Cupcake
    • Kingig
  • Red
    • Peggy T
  • White
    • Pacesetter
    • Snow Bride
  • Yellow
    • Morain
    • Rise 'N' Shine
    • My Sunshine
  • Pink
    • Earth Song
    • Queen Elizabeth
  • Yellow
    • Gold Medal

This article originally appeared in the June 24, 1994 issue, p. 101.

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