Alphabetical: P – R
The asterisk next to the name refers to chromosome count. For more information on this topic click here.
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Pale Moon Windmill
Unusual form flowers in cream and yellow blends with light lavender halo. Semi-evergreen foliage. Great presentation.
Outstanding luminescent yellow with a dramatic notched black eye and picotee edge. Evergreen foliage. Fragrant.
What a garden performer! The whole plant is simply covered with small bright red flowers. Dormant habit. Some fragrance. All flowers open up perfectly,regardless of weather conditions.
Purple with chalky violet plum eye. Semi-evergreen foliage. Nice colour saturation in warmer weather.
Passion in Paris*
Intense burgundy red with lighter watermark. Quite a vigorous grower. Semi-evergreen foliage. Attractive velvety petals and sepals.
Like contrast? Then here’s a bright gold flower with ruby-red eye. Semi-evergreen foliage. Some fragrance. Nice clump! Quite floriferous.
Great peach self double flower on tall scapes. Dormant habit. Quite spectacular.
Pink with a red eye is a different color combination from what is usually seen in the spiders. Tall well branched scapes. Show-stopper with really high bud count. Limited.
Purple with creamy white eye that extends into the petals. Very popular unusual form flowers. Fragrant and long-lasting blooms (up to 36 hours!). Evergreen foliage.
This giant 9.5 inch bloom is a startling raspberry rose with a slight white edge. The large green throat which goes out to yellow and white,sets this flying crispate UF off. Wow! Evergreen. Commands attention every time it’s in bloom.... Read More
Cream with plum eye. Evergreen foliage. Extremely well-presented fragrant flowers. Stunning branching. Great confirmed rebloomer.
Pink Super Spider
Rose and pink cream blend with cream-green eye. Unusual form and long-lasting huge flowers. Semi-evergreen foliage. Puts up quite the show. Often blooms poly for us.
Saturated purple with gold edge. Wow,what a great flower! Really high bud count. Evergreen foliage. Fragrant.
Point of Divergence*
Ivory cream with indigo violet eye above chartreuse throat. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Reminescent of ‘Facepaint’,a large salmon-base flower with huge grape eyezone and matching filligree. Great grower and neat presentation. Semi-evergreen foliage. Named by our friend Sandy!
Dark plum with lighter watermark and unusual white-gold bubbly popcorn edge. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Wow! One of the earliest. Some years,in bloom from June to September. Pinkish cream with gold glistening effect and frilled petals. Floriferous,rebloomer and fragrant. That says it all. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Gorgeous lavender with a blue lavender eye and edge bordered in silver or gold,made out of ‘Zahadoom’ and ‘Rock Solid’. What a great flower! (30-35 flowers) Evergreen.
Cardinal-red bitone. A great spider with very vigorous plant habit. Evergreen foliage. Fragrant.
Rosy purple lavender bitone and purple eye. Evergreen foliage. Small flower with unique blend of colours.
Pricing – unless otherwise stated plants are sold as double fans.