These rose varieties we have tested and selected for the west European climate. All varieties were bred by different rosebreeders all over the world that we represent. For more information on the breeders, please check: https://rozen.com/breeders-representation/
Hybrid tea is an informal horticultural classification for a group of garden roses. They were created by cross-breeding two types of roses, initially by hybridising hybrid perpetuals with tea roses. Hybrid tea flowers are well-formed with large, high-centred buds, supported by long, straight and upright stems.Shrub rose bushes are defined as “a class of hardy, easy-care plants that encompass bushy roses that do not fit in any other category of rose bush...” Shrub rose bushes can have single or double blooms in many different colors. Shrub roses are especially suitable for larger areas. They are all well-flowering roses that are characterized by a strong and coarser growth. We often see these types in municipal plantings and / or parks as well as at large offices and other buildings. Easy to maintain because they are very healthy and pruning in March (when all roses have to be pruned) can be done with the “Black and Decker”. They can also function well as a hedge.The acrobats of the rose world, climbing varieties develop long canes well adapted to training on pillars, fences, arbors, and gazebos. They develop either large, single flowers or clustered blooms on a stem.A patio rose is a miniature floribunda rose that can come in a variety of styles. Patio roses do not require too much maintenance and are smaller than the average rose (the clue is in the name!).Floribunda (Latin for "many-flowering") is a modern group of garden roses that was developed by crossing hybrid teas with polyantha roses, the latter being derived from crosses between Rosa chinensis and Rosa multiflora (sometimes called R. polyantha).Selection of roses with unique characteristics such as color, scent and shape.Hardworking and undemanding, ground cover roses package the beauty of the cherished flower in a plant that spreads and spills across the ground. ... These short, sprawling plants usually grow from 1-3 feet tall and spread wider than their height (from 3-6 feet or more).
Dümmen Orange® is subagent for the following Spek varieties in Europe:
Alpe d’Huez® – Hera® – Penny Lane® – Pur Sang® – Ozoda® – Sophia Loren® – Lady in Red® – Doris Day® – Noelia® – Maroon® – Liesbeth® – Kate Lynn – Kate Lynn Chrystal – Kate Lynn Pink® – Kate Lynn Cherry®