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Mike Athy Roses
(30 Nov 2012)  
'Sweet Breeze' in NZ and the 'Cullinan Centenary Rose' in South Africa, named to commemorate the town where the famous diamond was discovered. Looking sometimes pale yellow and at other times greenish white but always covered in flowers. Delightfully scented A gem of a rose.
(30 Nov 2012)  
'Jenna Clifford'. This rose is available only in South Africa and is named after the famed jewellery designer Jenna Clifford. It was a privilege to be allowed to name a rose for her and proceeds from the royalty go towards a charity she is passionate about, The Business Women's Association (BWA). In shades of lavender and pink and a lovely cutflower this lightly scented HT is a sparkler.
(1 Dec 2012)  
'My Love' Athypacros. A remarkably generous Hybrid Tea that throws out magnificent large blooms on very long stems. Each bloom will last a good long time in the vase and I love the powerful perfume. Tall and vigorous to 1.5m
(1 Dec 2012)  
Rebecca Susan" here in New Zealand and "7 de Laan" in South Africa. A tall upright growing HT with unusual pinky beige buds which open to tan flowers with a musk scent. A novelty that is lovely to pick and bring indoors.
(30 Nov 2012)  
Known as 'Sammy' in New Zealand or 'Die Huisgenoot Roos' in South Africa this floribunda has a tremendous musk fragrance. The plentiful blooms are double, with pinky red buds which open to a beautiful apricot. A bushy plant. 1m
(30 Nov 2013)  
'Thank you'. Athyou. This lovely little plant produces a profusion of old fashioned pale pink blooms. It also features a lovely fragrance of honey. Tidy compact growth to approx 50 cm+ with glossy foliage hidden beneath an enormous amount of blossom. Great in a pot on the patio or deck and stunning when grown as a tree rose. Known as 'Jelly Baby' in South Africa
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