Pink Roses

Any roses that have red tones in them tend to darken during freeze drying, despite our best efforts to maintain their color.  Because pink roses have varying amounts of red tinting, they are subject to being darker in pink than their fresh counterparts. 

We have listed below our most common 17 varieties of pink roses, though there are probably more in our gardens, they are not produced in volume enough to justify listing at this time.

Abraham Darby
Color: Peachy pink
Sizes shown: Large, medium
Type:  Garden, Heirloom English
Notes:  Extremely high 70 petal count on this deeply cupped rose

Bewitched
Color:  Medium pink
Sizes shown: Large, medium
Type: Garden, Hybrid Tea
Notes: 

Bridal Pink
Color: Light medium pink
Sizes shown: Large, Medium, small
Type:  Hothouse, Floribunda
Notes: 

Bride's Dream
Color:  Soft pastel pink
Sizes shown: Large, medium, small
Type: Garden, Hybrid Tea
Notes: 

Century II
Color:  Medium dark pink
Sizes shown: Large, medium, small
Type: Garden, Hybrid tea
Notes: 

Columbus
Color: Bold pink
Sizes shown: Large, medium, small
Type: Garden, Floribunda
Notes: 

First Prize
Color:  Apricot pink with pink blush
Sizes shown: Large, medium, small
Type: Garden, Hybrid Tea
Notes: 

Great Century
Color:  Soft apricot pink
Sizes shown: Large, medium
Type: Garden,  Hybrid tea
Notes: 

Lynn Anderson
Color: Cream with deep pink blush
Sizes shown: Large, medium, small
Type: Garden, Hybrid Tea
Notes: 

Marijke Koopman
Color:  Dark Pink
Sizes shown: Medium, small
Type: Garden, Hybrid tea
Notes: 

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