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Red Haze rose has bright red flowers with prominent stamens. It has glossy, dark green leaves and stems going closely to the ground. Its flowers are not particularly fragrant, and the variety itself is medium resistant to diseases. Recommended planting density: 3–4 seedlings per m2.
Blooming continually all year round, Fuchsia Meillandecor rose bears lots of flowers. The whole shrub is covered with flowers. It blooms in clusters having up to ten flowers on a single sprig. Whether large or small, flowers are all the same quite decorative. The shrubs are compact and densed, growing up to 50-80 cm in height. Planting density: at 35-50 cm intervals or 4-6 seedlings per m2.
Tess of the D’Urbervilles
Tess of the d’Urbervilles bears bright crimson blooms which are beautifully formed; deeply cupped with loosely packed petals intertwined at the centre of each bloom. The petals eventually turn back. There is a pleasing mild Old Rose fragrance. It blooms from early spring to first frost. Ideal for growing on sunny spots, in fertile relatively wet soil.
William Shakespeare’s blooms are of the richest velvety crimson, gradually changing to rich purple with the ageing of flowers. They are deeply cupped at first, the flowers soon opening out to form shallow, quartered cups. This rose has the strong, warm Old Rose fragrance. It forms a neat, upright shrub; each stem bearing a number of flowers.