Propagator’s of Roses, Unique Shrubs, Specialty Trees, Fruit Trees & Shrubs

Copyright ANH
2013

ADAMSON’S
Heritage Nursery Ltd.

Old Garden  Roses

Rosa

Crested

Moss

Fully double, highly scented, cabbage-like, silvery deep pink flowers enhanced by a fascinating moss formation on the calyx.  This is shaped like a cocked-hat, hence its other name 'Chapeau de Napoleon'.  5' x 4'.   Zones 4-9.

Rosa

Gallica

officinalis

A showy shrub with erect yet bushy growth and slightly coarse, dark greyish-green leaves. Flowers light crimson, semi-double, quite large, highly scented and profuse in June. 3' x 3'. Zone 3.

Rosa

hugonis

Light yellow to yellow 2" blooms.  Armed with thorns on upright, bushy well-branched arching stems.  Once-blooming spring or summer.  Attractive fall color with showy red hips.  8' x 4'.  Zone 4.

Rosa

Konigin

von Danemark

Queen of Denmark is one of the finest of all the old garden roses. Large fully quartered blooms are soft pink in colour and strongly scented. Nice gray-green foliage, summer flowering. 5' x 4'. Zone 4.

Rosa

Madame

Hardy

Amazingly beautiful, deeply cupped pure white flowers. Very fragrant, vigorous growth, light green foliage. Summer flowering. 5' x 4'. Zone 4.

Rosa

Pink

Common

Moss

Common Moss, Pink Moss one of the most popular old garden roses. Clear pink globular flowers open flat, wonderful perfume, graceful growth. Summer flowering. 4' x 4'. Zone 4.

Rosa

Rosa Mundi

Rosa gallica versicolour is a sport of The Apothecary's Rose. The original striped rose, each flower is a lovely combination of white, pink and red. Semi-double, highly fragrant blooms. Summer flowering. 3' x 3'. Zone 3.

Rosa

rubrifolia

Old fashioned, single, pink flowers over red tinged foliage. Red hips provide attractive fall display. Cold and salt tolerant. Nice in the shrub border, for the foliage colour, or in mass plantings.  7' x 6'. Zone 2.