Fall can produce a spectacular rose bloom. The secret: water, fertilizer, sun. In Central Illinois this summer saw lots of rain that’s now producing a lush floriferous bloom. Due to excessive rain the blooms are big and beautiful. Enjoy the rotogravure of the first of the September bloom.

Rotogravure of Roses

‘Children’s Hope’

‘Children’s Hope’
'Childrens' Hope'

Weeks Roses donates a portion of each sale to the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation. This is an adorable prolific, floriferous bloomer.

‘Stormy Weather’

‘Stormy Weather’ Large Flowered Climber
'Stormy Weather' Against a backdrop of Blue Skies and Fluffy Clouds

‘Stormy Weather’ continues to darken as temperatures dip later in September.

‘Moondance’

‘Moondance’ Fully Open

‘Easy On The Eyes’ Hulthemia Shrub

‘Easy On The Eyes’ Truly ‘Easy On The Eyes’

‘Savannah’

‘Savannah’ winner of Biltmore Rose Trials

‘Savannah’ awarded Best In Show of the Biltmore Rose Trials in the rose garden.

‘Francis Meilland’ Lucky ‘7’ Blooms

Francis Meilland’ Lucky 7 Blooms

‘Francis Meilland’ was awarded ‘Best Hybrid Tea’ at Biltmore Rose Trials in 2015.

‘Hot Cocoa’

‘Hot Cocoa’ Warms Up Cool Evenings

‘Moondance’

‘Moondance’

‘Fragrant Cloud’

‘Fragrant Cloud’

‘South Africa’ Sunbelt by Kordes Roses

South Africa Sunbelt by Kordes Roses

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