YEARLY ROSE LIST 2021
Every year in February City Floral Garden Center releases our yearly rose list. Here you will find Denver’s largest selection of unique and hard to find rose bushes. We pride ourselves on offering over 180 different roses, including Hybrid Tea, Climbing, and English Roses suited for the Denver climate. Despite their reputation, roses are surprisingly easy to grow. Visit us each spring and find the perfect rose bush to compliment your yard!
Hybrid tea flowers are well-formed with large, high-centered buds, supported by long, straight, and upright stems. Each flower can grow to 8–12.5 cm wide. Hybrid teas are a very popular type of rose by choice due to their color and flower form. They were created by crossbreeding two types of roses, initially by hybridizing hybrid perpetuals with tea roses. It is the oldest group classified as a modern garden rose.
|Perfume Delight||Deep Pink||Strong Rose|
|Double Delight||Cream Blushing Red||Strong Spice|
|Neil Diamond||Pink/White Stripes||Intense Sweet Rose|
|Love at First Sight||Red/White Reverse||Mild|
Typical floribundas feature stiff shrubs, more petite and bushier than the average hybrid tea but less dense and sprawling than the average polyantha. The flowers are often smaller than hybrid teas but are carried in large sprays, giving a better floral effect in the garden. Today they are still used in large bedding schemes in public parks and similar spaces.
|Burst of Joy||Orange/Yellow||Mild|
|Arctic Blue||Lavender Blue||Mild|
|Celestial Night||Plum Purple||Mild Rose|
|Queen of Elegance||Medium Pink||Strong Rose|
|Life of the Party||Pale Yellow/Pink||Strong Rose|
|Perfume Delight||Pink||Strong Sweet|
|Cinco de Mayo||Rusty Red Orange||Sweet Apple|
|Ketchup and Mustard||Yellow/Red||Mild|
|Silver Lining||Silver Lavender||Mild Tea|
Grandiflora roses are known for their large showy flowers. They are a combination of graceful blooms of the hybrid teas married with the repetitive growth cycle of floribundas. The shades of colors go from soft pastels to deep purples and are complemented by the hints of the sweetest floral perfumes. These tall and hardy roses develop on long-stemmed clusters for exquisite sophistication in flower border landscaping or hedging. Hardy and disease resistant.
|Love||Red/White Reverse||Slight Rose|
|State of Grace||Pink/Yellow||Fruity|
|All Dressed Up||Pink||Slight Rose|
|Parade Day||Pink/White Stripe||Strong Citrus & Rose|
|Fun in the Sun||Gold/Pink||Strong Fruit and Spice|
Miniature roses have been bred to stay under three feet tall while still putting out clusters of colorful blooms. This makes them ideal additions to rock gardens, tight border spots, the edges of rose gardens, and patio container gardens. The short bushes grow dense and bushy, vaunting packed trusses full of petite blooms!
|All A Twitter||Orange||Light|
|Life’s Little Pleasures||Lavender||Fruity|
Ideal for carefree borders and summer-long color, shrub roses provide a super-rugged nature and repeat bloom. Whether you plant them in groups of three or more to create a gorgeous, fragrant fence line, select one as an outstanding specimen, or mix them throughout your perennial beds, shrub roses will captivate every visitor to your garden!
|In Your Eyes||Yellow to Lavender||Mild Fruity|
|Belinda’s Blush||Cream/Pink Blush||Light Fruity|
|Pillow Fight||Bright White||Strong Honey Rose|
Climbing Roses are an excellent way of bringing height and a feeling of abundance to the garden. They are best and most frequently used on house walls and perfect for growing on pillars, obelisks, fences, trellises, and overarches. Climbing Roses usually have large flowers, held singly or in small groups. Nearly all varieties have the ability to repeat bloom. They are fragrant and healthy and have the natural ability to flower from the top to the ground.
|America||Coral Pink||Strong Spicy|
City Floral Grown David Austin Roses
All David Austin roses have a collective style and reflect one man’s vision. All have beautiful blooms, and in most cases, wonderful fragrances held on graceful, attractive shrubs. A garden of these outstanding roses is hard to beat for the sheer exuberance of flower and scent.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
Our City Floral staff can answer any questions you may have beyond our yearly rose list. Visit us at 1440 Kearney St in Denver or give us a call at 303-399-1177, and we can help you with any of your gardening questions or needs.