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Plant of the Week - Brindabella Roses

Let’s take a look at a new series of roses, that brought the smell back into roses!Brindabella Roses… Time to Smell the Roses! Brindabella Roses™, a collection of tough shrub roses selected for superior garden performance and show stopping flowers: bushy growth habits, excellent disease resistance, and fragrant doubled flowers in an array of traditional and modern colors. These low maintenance roses are very vigorous yet grow to only 4 feet tall and wide in 2 years’ time. Very well suited to home gardens and commercial landscapes alike, the foliage is among the cleanest to be found in any shrub rose and the fragrance will stop any passerby in their tracks.

Densely foliaged, bushy growth habit

Excellent resistance to black spot and powdery mildew

Large, double, fragrant flowers

Brindabella Roses MagnifiSCENT Seven!

Brindabella Dawn: Gorgeous old-world blooms in salmon, with hints of apricot as the heat of summer arrives, and powerful true rose perfume.

Brindabella First Lady: Beautiful lavender-pink flowers in that romantic old-world style, coupled with wonderful traditional rose perfume.

Brindabella Fresh Powder: White flowers with hues of light pink as flowers age and moderate fruity fragrance with hints of citrus.

Brindabella Glow: A chameleon in the garden, with ever-changing blends of pink, yellow and apricot and very strong fruity fragrance with hints of citrus.

Brindabella Red Empress: Large, well-formed, crimson-red flowers with a traditional rose perfume.

Brindabella Purple Prince: Large, well-formed purple flowers with the most perfume you could ever expect in a rose in the truest sense.

Brindabella Touch of Pink (Pictured): Soft romantic flowers with pale pink centers and white outer whorls, and very strong fruity perfume with hints of citrus. GT

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