There are so many roses to choose from at your favorite nursery it can be hard to narrow it down. We have compiled a list of the roses to grow in Phoenix. Roses are named by their cultivator. So, you will find the class of rose, the grade of rose as well as the name of the rose on the plant tag.
Roses we have Successfully Grown in Phoenix:
We planted a lot of roses and have enjoyed their blooms for years. Some of these include
- Chicago Peace
- Mr. Lincoln
- Christian Dior
- Perfume Delight
- John F. Kennedy
- Queen Elizabeth
- Roseberry Blanket
- Angel Face
- Lowell Thomas
- Memorial Day
- Bella Roma
Roses to Grow in Phoenix: Bella Roma Rose
Are you looking for a very strong old rose fragrance? If so you will love the Bella Roma rose. This hybrid tea rose has a striking creamy yellow flower with pink tips. In our garden, this rose is planted next to our ‘Chicago Peace’ rose bush. They complement each other nicely. Bella Roma is a hybrid tea rose. In our yard it is planted next to our ‘Chicago Peace’ rose bush and they complement each other nicely.
The all time best selling rose in the world is the hybrid tea rose “Peace” bred at the end of World War II, it soon became a world symbol for peace.
This is my all time favorite in our personal garden. What it lacks in fragrance is made up with the beautiful blooms. The blooms are a fantastic creamy yellow with a touch of pink and it produces the most blooms of any of our rose bushes.
Very hardy and a very showy plant, if I can find some more room in our yard I will buy another one of these. They look very nice in a bouquet as well. I liked it so much I planted the Chicago Peace rose as well. The Peace rose has a mild fragrance and is a hybrid tea rose.
Chicago Peace Rose
Beautiful light pink rose with underlying creamy yellow base. This is a beautiful rose that is one of the showier rose bushes in our Phoenix garden. Next to the Peace rose, this is my personal favorite rose. It has a mild fragrance and fantastic blooms that are constant. This bush is never without flowers. The Chicago Peace rose is mildly fragrant and it is a hybrid tea rose.
Mr. Lincoln Rose
Mr. Lincoln rose is a classic! I love this rose. This hybrid tea rose is very fragrant, just how a rose should be. If you are looking for incredible long stem dark red roses that are very fragrant than you will love Mr Lincoln rose bush.
Lowell Thomas Rose
Lowell Thomas is a beautiful floribunda. It doesn’t have a scent, but does have showy yellow roses.
Queen Elizabeth Rose Bush
Traditional Meanings of Rose color:
Red generally symbolizes love and romance, pink roses traditionally represent grace and elegance. White roses have long represented innocence and purity. Yellow traditionally symbolizes friendship and orange roses represents excitement,change or desire.