Striped Foliage and Large Magenta Pink BloomsBelle Poitevine, Rosa ‘Belle Poitevine’, is a hardy rugose rose which was introduced in 1894. It is graced by dense, richly veined foliage. The deep magenta-pink buds unfurl in early summer to informal warm magenta pink blooms that continue in fragrant waves until the arrival of frost. These blooms can be up to 4 inches across!In fall, the foliage is transformed into a beautiful autumnal display of yellow and orange, accented perfectly by large orange-red fruit (hips). The decorative hips attract and feed birds in fall and winter.This rose is grown on its own root so if it freezes down the old foliage, the plant will come back true to its color and size. It is winter hardy to zone 3. A healthy, vigorous plant, it can reach 5 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Its’ hardy foliage is resistant to mildew, rust, and blackspot. ‘Belle Poitevine’s’ blooms are fragrant and would make a good choice for a large hedge, especially in cooler climates. * Pink blooms on an always reliable plant.* Disease Resistant* Fall foliage colors of yellow and orange.Rose Hips.
The Therese Bugnet Rose, Rosa ‘Therese Bugnet’, is a hardy shrub rose with large, red to pale pink, double flowers that are very fragrant and bloom from mid-June until frost.The blue-green, long narrow foliage with its red fall color makes an attractive addition to the landscape.This rose has its own root. The advantage of own root roses is that once established they are very resilient. If winter’s freezing breezes kill the top growth, the rose will grow back in the spring, and the recovered rose will look the same as the one you purchased.Therese Bugnet is a true zone 3 plant as its origin in Canada in 1950 might suggest. This plant is very hardy. The form is dense, upright, and mounding in full sun. Therese Bugnet will bloom in part shade, but not as much as in full sun.Use this plant as a border or hedge as it stays fully leafed to the ground. The canes turn red in the winter so it has great winter interest, especially when contrasted with snow.Pruning to control size is best done in earl spring before growth begins. Remove older canes to the ground and cut the younger ones back by 1/3 to control plant size, if needed.* Cold Hardy* Blooms In Part Sun* Red Canes in Winter.