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Lovely Lady Rose: Hybrid Teas; 1986, rare, bush, continuous flowering, very scented, tolerate small amount of shade, quite thorny, attracts bees. Can be grown in a pot. 2ft H x 2ft W.


Elizabeth of Glamis Rose: Floribundas (cluster roses); 1964; bush, continuous flowering, scented, tolerate small amount of shade, quite thorny, not very disease resistant, attracts bees. Feed with potash in late July.


Red Leaf Barberry Hedge. (5 shrubs for 30$). This thorny, brightly colored shrub is the perfect choice to create a barrier against unwanted traffic or to deter deer. Left to grow naturally it has 5-7' spread and height but can be pruned and maintained at a much smaller size.


Blessings Rose: Hybrid Teas; bush (1967), climber (1975), rare, soft coral-pink continuous flowering, scented, not very tolerant of shade, not very thorny, not very attractive to bees. An outstanding bedding rose.


Alfred de Dalmas Rose: Moss Roses; 1855, shrub, continuous flowering, scented, tolerate some shade, quite thorny, attracts bees