Some Like It Hot!

Roses will grow in the heat, you just need to get them started early.
If you live in Southern California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas- these roses are for you!

 
 
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White Licorice™
Rosa Floribunda

Called a bouquet making machine, White Licorice has a bushy, well branched form that looks good in the garden.

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Wild Blue Yonder™
Rosa Grandiflora

Mauve Grandiflora Rose,
2006 All America Rose Selection Winner
Wild Blue Yonder, a mauve Grandiflora Rose, is a hybrid by Tom Carruth and another All America Rose Selection Winner for Tom.
Wild Blue Yonder-as in 'off we go into the...'Not for the shy of heart. Warm wine-purple color, layered onto rich lavender with a strong citrus and rose scent. Sounds like an invitation to a wine tasting! Yum!!
Wild Blue Yonder was the first lavender rose to win the AARS award since 1978.
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Winners Circle™
Rosa Climber

Fire engine red color, and very floriferous.The fall foilage turns deep burgundy red and can be covered with bright orange hips.
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10-12 Feet
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World War II Memorial Rose™
Rosa Hybrid Tea

Named after the memorial honoring the Greatest Generation. Like members of this generation, the grey color does not hide the toughness of this high-centered Hybrid Tea. Wonderfully fragrant and perfect for cutting. The last rose hybridized by Ollie Weeks.
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