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
“Education is the key to the heart of rosarians of the World Federation of Rose Societies. People from all over the world have on their bucket list to travel to every WFRS ‘Award of Excellence’ Rose Garden in the World. The Biltmore Rose Garden is a welcome, exciting addition to our world class rose gardens.” says Jolene Adams
“Love planted a rose and the world turned sweet ” ~ Katherine Lee Bates Floribunda Rose Garden in Bloom June was declared National Rose Month by Ronald Reagan in 1986. The Northeastern Illinois Rose Society was proud to play a role in having the rose named America’s floral emblem while Continue Reading
“Since 2011, Biltmore’s Rose Garden has been home to the trials in which more than 90 varieties from growers and breeders worldwide have been planted and cared for by Biltmore’s expert horticulturalists. Each trial lasts two years and a permanent jury judges the roses four times per year. During this Continue Reading