I LOVE this rose. She begins with white with the palest yellow center, then opens white or ivory. No blush in site. If you are looking for a "neutral" palette, this is the rose for you. View more images from around the web
Another workhorse of a rose. This rose blends with everything. When all else fails, use Crocus. You can't miss with this rose. Ships well, holds well and the color is just perfect. From a light chamois color to a pure cream when fully open. View more images from around the web
An English Mush rose, Lichfield Angel is beautiful at all stages. It is a large, creamy white flower with multiple blooms per stem. The plant can grow in poor soils and maintains a light fragrance. View more images from the web.
This rose is for artists. Each bloom is unique, both in size, shape and color variation. We have designers who cannot get enough (it's an absolute favorite of mine. Think Dogwood on steriods.) If you simply let it do its thing, it will design itself. Stems can be enormous in length, holds well and the fragrance..... It's ivory, though can have blush or tan tones depending on the season. Its the las rose to bloom in the Spring but will continue to bloom well into February. View more images from around the web