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This is the sixth post on the roses in our yard. The previous posts can be found by clicking on the tag ‘Roses’ below.
We haven’t had much success growing white roses — we’ve lost more white roses than all other colors combined. But Sweet Freedom (above) is a rose that keeps blooming for us year after year.
This multi-colored rose is named Tahitian Sunset. I haven’t been to Tahiti, but I imagine that a sunset on that island contains these colors.
Tiffany was new in our garden last year. It has a soft pink blossom with a hint of yellow at the base.
Touch of Class is an elegant-looking rose which we have enjoyed for a couple of years now.
Wildfire has an orange-red color that is close enough to Tennessee Orange to become a favorite with Betsy.