Low Roses | Bushes | Shrubs | Climbers
|Who can remain unaffected by the pleasing, warm, and interesting flower of Caribbean. Its petals range from yellow to coral, with flushes of peach, apricot, and strawberry cream. It must be among the more delectable of rose blossoms.
When blossoms are this interesting, we are used to them coming on roses with notable health problems. Caribbean's grandparent New Dawn has evidently passed along some of its resistance to disease and some of its vigor. It won an AARS award in 1994, and is rated 7.5 by ARS members.
As a grandiflora, it will not produce flowers as large as those of most hybrid teas, but it will probably produce many more in a season.
|Kordes, Germany 1992|
|Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora|
|Digital Camera: Fuji Finepix 2800
Rose: Vintage Gardens Roses, Jun 2003
|Image and Text: Copyright S.R. Brubaker 2003. All rights reserved.|