Increasing environmental awareness and the need to eliminate the use of chemicals has led to a new philosophy in rose breeding. Many older rose varieties do not meet today’s requirements for disease resistance and abundance of flowers without the use of chemicals. Kordes’ have stopped the use of fungicides on their trial grounds allowing them to accurately assess each varieties characteristic. This has resulted in only the healthiest roses amongst the thousands on trial being released onto the market. The new philosophy of roses breeding has meant that in comparison older varieties are more susceptible to disease. As a result, older varieties are gradually being removed from the market to be replaced with more resistant new releases. If you are in search of roses that are beautiful, disease tolerant and easy to care for, look no further then Kordes' bred roses.
(Bentall) - Double pink continuous flowers fading to white. A low growing and semi-prostrate variety that can be used as a climber. Recommended.
Features & Growth Habit
SOLD OUT - Pre-orders open 1st October
This item is now sold out for 2020. Pre-orders for the 2021 bare root season will open October 1st. Some varieties will also be available potted in spring, please click here for availability (potted roses can be ordered from September on wards).
BARE ROOTED ROSE
Please note this product is a bare rooted rose for delivery in Winter 2020 only. What is a bare rooted rose? Click here.
Note: offer only applies to bare root rose orders.
You will receive ONE FREE ROSE of our selection if your order exceeds $100.00.
Note: Free roses will be selected by us from our range of bush roses. The free rose is capped at one per order delivery and is not covered by our warranty. Offer only applies to bare root rose orders.
The colour images and descriptions provided in our catalogue and on our website are to be used as a guide only. Every care is taken to accurately describe growth habits and reproduce the correct colour in our catalogue and on our website. However, other factors such as Australia's varied climatic conditions, seasons and soil type can affect blooming and rose growth.