AARS Award-Winning Roses
Noteworthy Roses that have won AARS Awards
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Cultivar Class Color FragranceBreeder Hardiness
Cluster Flower Climber
Red
None
Delbard
Zone 4
Floribunda
Red
None
Kordes
Zone 5
Floribunda
Red
None
Kordes
Zone 5
Miniature
Red
None
Bernardella
Zone 4
Floribunda
Red
Strong
McGredy
Zone 6
Large Flower Climber
Red
Slight
Armstrong
Zone 5
Hybrid Tea
Red
Powerful
Pernet-Ducher
Zone 6
Modern Shrub
Red
Moderate
Meilland
Zone 6
Grandiflora
Red
Slight
Kordes
Zone 6
Hybrid Tea
Red
Strong
Kordes
Zone 5
Hybrid Tea
Red
Strong
Archer
Zone 7
Rambler
Red
Moderate
Mallerin
Zone 5
Large Flower Climber
Red
Mallerin
Zone 5
Hybrid Tea
Red
Strong
Williams
Zone 6
Large Flower Climber
Red
Strong
Melandrone
Zone 8
Large Flower Climber
Red
Moderate
McGredy
Zone 4
Hybrid Tea
Red
Moderate
Kordes
Zone 5
Floribunda
Red
Strong
Le Grice
Zone 6
Hybrid Tea
Red
Strong
R. Kordes
Zone 5
Large Flower
Red
Strong
Verschuren
Zone 5
Large Flower Climber
Red
Strong
Leenders
Zone 7
Floribunda
Red
Slight
de Ruiter
Zone 5
China
Red
Strong
Dubreuil
Zone 7
Large Flowered Climber
Red
Strong
Mallerin
Zone 7
Hybrid Tea
Red
None
Poulsen
Zone 5
Gallica
Red
Strong
Beales
Zone 5
Miniature
Red
Slight
Warriner
Zone 5
English Rose
Red
Moderate
Austin
Zone 5
Floribunda
Red
None
R. Kordes
Zone 5
Hybrid Tea
Red
Moderate
Warriner
Zone 7
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Most of the roses on this list are in distribution; many remain quite popular. That a rose has won an AARS award does not guarantee that it will please every gardener, but a singificant portion of the most popular roses sold in America - outside of English Roses which I think the AARS does not test - appear to have been AARS winners. The AARS prize does distinguish a rose.

A handful of roses have won AARS awards since 2000 that are worthy of note, we will post them as they come to our attention. In the meant time, if you believe that there are some AARS winners that ought to be added to the list, please feel free to send your reasons to steve at rosefile.com.

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