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Also called Rosa ‘Melpitac’, this floribunda shrub rose produces wonderful cups of fragrant pink flowers that bloom all year round!
Introduced in France by Meilland in the 1990s as well, this rose became a hit because almost anyone can grow it without upkeep and it's known to be resistant to black spot, mildew, and rust.
As the name implies, the Snowdrift rose bears gorgeous white as snow flowers covering the entire bushy plant.
It was hybridized by Ping Lim before 2007 and has become popular because of its hardiness and disease resistance. The fragrant flowers, medium stalks, and glossy foliage made it a favorite cut flower source by many florists.
The Little Mischief rose may sound dainty but it produces big flowers forming in clusters that start out deep pink and fade into soft blush. They stand out against the glossy dark green foliage that covers the entire half a meter of a bush.
This is one of the very first species cultivated in central Europe. It’s known by other names such as rose of Provins, or Gallic rose. Each flower has five or more petals and sometimes it’s even has flowers within flowers, as known as double-flowered.