From Jackson & Perkins
This floribunda was named J&P's Rose of the Year. It has pure red, four-inch blooms with a light, spicy scent and glossy dark green foliage. At 3.5 feet tall and three feet wide, it's suitable for use in garden beds and borders, and it could also do as a hedge. It requires full sun and moist, well drained soil, zones 5-10. Great for cutting as well.
There are never enough good groundcover roses, and this new white one would be great as a low hedge. Try it near the patio, where you can enjoy its spicy aroma. The petals are white with just a touch of pink. It's 2.5 feet high and three feet wide -- good for containers, too. Zones 5-10.
And from Weeks Roses:
You don't see orange roses very often, and this one -- a climber -- would surely be a standout on a trellis or arbor. Moreover, it has a fruity fragrance, it's said to be highly disease resistant, and large clusters of flowers. It has long canes -- 10 to 14 feet - and it climbs and spreads. Hybridized by Chris Warner, and the parentage is Westerland x Sweet Magic.
Downtown Abbey, anyone?
This rose is the first in a series of new introductions inspired by the popular British TV series on PBS. It's a grandiflora with petals that are golden with a pink blush, and it has a moderately fruity fragrance. It's an upright, medium tall shrub with good disease resistance. Hybridized by Tom Carruth, Voodoo x About Face.
It's not too often that roses are named after guys, or singer-songwriters. But if you're a Neil Diamond fan (or you know one), then this is the rose for you. It's a hybrid tea, pink with white stripes, and the flowers have a classic rose scent. It's tall and upright with good disease resistance. Bred by Tom Carruth from (what else?) Rock & Roll x Della Reese.