Stephen Rulo

Order this rose only if you are able to pick it up at the garden center after we open in April. We do not ship our roses.

A new Grandiflora hybridized by William Chaney and introduced by Wisconsin Roses in 2008. We have been growing it for a couple of years and we are very pleased with the rose's performance. The blooms have gold and lavender and shades of gray and beige and are very attractive. A healthy, vigorous bush that blooms prolifically all season.  Strong sweet fragrance. Outstanding in bouquets as the blooms last a long time and the shades of gold and lavender are very complimentary with other pastel colors. We planted eight of them in our garden this summer.  Stop by next spring to see their progress. We have a very limited supply.

  • Grandiflora
  • 4 to 5 feet tall
  • Strong Fragrance
  • Zone 5¬†
  • 4 x 6-inch pot (own-root)