Anita Charles - Ludwigs Roses | Dusty, old fashioned pink of middle, inside & curled petal edge is backed & edged with rich ochre. Many minute teardrop petals, each dusted with antique gold, unfold slowly into a classical rose shape, carried on candelabra of immaculate blooms. Dusty green foliage.
Sympa de Bellevue - Ludwigs Roses | Named after a famous Percheron horse this rose had to be extraordinary. Clusters of clear red, large; bowler ball blooms are carried on strong arching canes on a powerful shrub, that just keeps on growing and flowering. Ideal as a free standing specimen it will do as well as a hedge or kept neatly trained on a pillar. The foliage stays fresh and green deep into winter. Find out more about the Percheron horse here.
Baby Love a yellow rose which is absolutely healthy & grows to a respectable height of & app. ‘Baby Love’ is covered with medium sized, open flowers of a virtually unfading yellow on a backdrop of deep green, glossy, medium sized foliage.
Ellerines Rose | Ludwigs Roses : A very free flowering, upright growing shrub. The semi-double blooms are most of the time of a rich mauve shade, but on occasions the flowers turn slate blue. It has a rich intoxicating sweet fruity fragrance. The bush grows to about 2m and rapidly recycles its blooms. Foliage is mid green and profuse with very good resistance to all problems.
Huguenot 300 - Ludwigs Roses | French rose breeders, Delbard, created a most industrious performer as a monument to the arrival of the Huguenots in SA 300 years ago: shapely salmon-orange buds often cover the lustrous foliage of the bush. Clusters may have 100 blooms at one time; support these enormous sprays in spring as the wind could break them; she repeat flowers prolifically
The colour is a blend of deep pink & violet which is enhanced by sunlight. The huge blooms are very fragrant & have a perfect exhibition shape with pointed centres. She also boasts extremely disease resistant foliage. See her sport Garden Princess