You can trust any rose that’s won in the Biltmore Rose Trials to do well in your garden under similar growing conditions. You can bank on it for a beautiful, sustainable, no-spray rose that’s easy to grow!
The Biltmore Rose Trials are a valuable way for the home gardener to learn what roses are sustainable, no-spray and may do well and be potential candidates for their own gardens. Trials of this type are open to rose breeders around the world. The Biltmore Rose Trials started by Paul Zimmerman of Paul Zimmerman Roses are this Saturday September 23, at the Biltmore Estate Rose Garden, Asheville, NC
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Order your Mom a Jackson & Perkins living rose bush today in time for Mothers Day from this list of favorites, including Biltmore Rose Trials ‘Most Outstanding Rose ‘Savannah’ and enter your chance to win a $100 Gift Certificate
‘All a’ Twitter’ Description:
Twinkling brilliant orange
Tall, medium size blooms
*Roses require 6-8 hours of full sun. They will bloom with 4 hours of full sun but they have more foliage and less blooms.
“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Plan your rose garden today