Hot pink roses and pink roses in general are very romantic and soft. Baby pink roses such as the 'Bonica' roses
are just adorable, and look lovely in vases combined with blue pansies or blue delphiniums. I have selected
pictures of pink roses, an image of pink roses, that are very easy to grow and are very popular with gardeners.
There are deep pink roses and delicate pink roses as well as fragrant pink rose flowers. A pink colored rose looks especially beautiful with blue and purple companion flowers, so be sure to plant some of those in your flower beds with the pink roses.
The Double Delight rose is the most popular rose of the last 30 years. It's vigorous with beautiful foilage.
The flowers requires sun to develop int full pink red roses. The fragrance is spicy and quite strong. It is
prone to mildew in areas where mildew is a problem. Zones 6-10. Picture and information about Double Delight Rose
Carefree Delight rose is winner of AARS awards in 1996. The slightly fragrant flowers have single petals
with bright white eyes. This is a self-cleaning rose bush so there is no need to deadhead in order to
have repeat blooms. The bush grows to about 2-3 feet high and spreding. It's winter hardy and disease
free, it really lives up to its name.
For a picture of this rose and growing information, click on this link
Ambridge rose is an Englisg rose by David Austin. One of the finest of the pale pink orange roses
with double large blooms that are very fragrant. A medium bushy plant, that grows to about 3-4 feet
in height. The best uses for this rose are flower borders, low hedges, bedding roses, and for
cuttings. Zones 4-9.
The Knockout rose variety's virtual immunity to black spot has set a new standard for landscape roses.
Zones 4-11. For lots more information
and lots of pictures of Knockout roses in several colors, click on this link