Persica Roses

A new race of roses derived from Rosa persica a native of Iran and Afganistan.This thin, prickly shrub is considered a weed of cultivated land and is collected as firewood. Its one unique feature is a dark central blotch on its golden yellow flowers and it has been the Holy Grail of rose breeders for the last 40 years to somehow transmit this feature into a modern healthy repeat flowering cultivar.That work is coming to fruition and some exciting, excellent new hybrids are now coming onto the market.



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Alissar Princess of Phoenicia

Alissar Princess of Phoenicia

A new persica hybrid. Semi-double flowers at first cream with ruby centres later transform to pink with burnished centres. Open branched shrubby...
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Bright as a Button

Bright as a Button

Gold Standard Award.Single pale pink blooms with the distinctive central red eye. Dense glossy foliage. Exceptional disease resistance. An excellent...
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Eye of the Tiger

Eye of the Tiger

A brand new addition to the Persica family and a Gold Standard award winner. Bright yellow single to semi double flowers open to reveal a large red...
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Eyes for You

Eyes for You

A new hybrid of Rosa persica.A.k.a.Blue Eyes. Clusters of buttermilk buds open into semi-double lilac white petals with a distinctive central purple...
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For Your Eyes Only

For Your Eyes Only

Rose of The Year for 2015. Single pink blooms of pink/apricot/salmon with a distinctive dark central eye. Very free flowering. Shiney disease...
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Smiling Eyes

Smiling Eyes

Gold Standard award winner.A small, neat shrub bearing a mass of single apricot blooms with a distinct central blotch.Highly disease resistant.Good...
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