Beginner’s Rose List
Do You Know Your Roses?
Below is a list of roses that our club members have successfully grown in our “cold climate” region.
This “Beginners Rose List” is the perfect place to start. This is the definitive guide to getting started in this unique and rewarding hobby. Welcome to The Minnesota Rose Society! If you have any questions, or would like to become a member, please contact us today!
Hybrid Tea and Grandiflora Roses
Floribunda and Polyantha Roses
|Europeana—dark red||Iceberg— White||Sunsprite—deep yellow|
|Sexy Rexy—medium pink||Playboy—red blend||Lavaglut—dark red|
|Nicole—white red blend||The Fairy—Pink||Verdun—medium red|
Miniature and Mini-flora Roses
|Jean Kenneally—apricot||Minnie Pearl—pink blend||Rainbow’s End—yellow|
|Rise ‘n’ Shine—yellow||Irresistible—white||Pierrine—orange pink|
|Starina—orange red||Millie Walters orange pink||Magic Carrousel red blend|
|Snow Bride—white||Hot Tamale—yellow blend||Gourmet Popcorn—white|
Hardy Shrub Roses
|All The Rage – apr.blend||Aunt Honey – med.pink||Carefree Beauty – med.pink|
|Calypso – pink blend||Campfire – yellow blend||Earth Song – deep pink|
|Hope For Humanity – dark red||Morden Centennial – med.pink||Music Box – yellow blend|
|Screaming Neon – med. Red||Winnipeg Parks – deep pink||Como Park – med.red|
Refer to link for Easy Elegance Rose Series (for zone 4)
|Willaim Baffin – pink climber||Henry Kelsey – red climber||John Cabot – pink climber|