A floribunda that bears buttery blooms with an anise fragrance. Shrub is rounded. An All-America Rose Selections (AARS) winner, 2006.
A climber that blooms along the length of its canes. Big sprays of semidouble blooms come in various combinations of red and white; some are striped, some splotched with red. Pretty against a weathered, split-rail fence. AARS winner, 1999.
A floribunda with fruit-scented, semidouble flowers of yellow-ivory edged with red. The rounded shrub reblooms without deadheading. AARS winner, 1999.
A grandiflora with bronzy red petals on the outside, light golden orange on the inside. Blooms smell like fresh-cut apples. The plant has an upright growth habit. AARS winner, 2005.
Pink-flowered 'Baby Blanket' shrub roses combine with pink penstemon, pale lavender society garlic, silvery lamb’s ears, and creeping thyme in Mary Friestedt's Del Mar, California, garden.