2014 Rose Introduction

Meet the New Roses!

I know you don’t want to think about this, but the winter months are right around the corner.  Between the shorter days and the cold weather, it is hard not to long for the warmer days of spring.  Let Witherspoon help you get through these tough months!  Take time to curl up in your Snuggie with some hot apple cider and the Witherspoon 2014 Rose Catalog.  Now is the time to dream about your new rose garden and begin to make your plans for next year.

So grab that cider and sit with me for a while so I can introduce to you the new roses we are carrying this year.  We are excited to introduce six brand new varieties along with two varieties that have returned after a long absence!

Brand New for 2014

Happy Go Lucky
Hybrid Tea

The charming, old fashioned pure yellow blooms will brighten your day, and since it is such a prolific bloomer, your days will never be dull!!  To top it all off, this bush has great disease resistance and a moderately fruity fragrance.  (3’w, 3-5’h )
Good as Gold
Hybrid Tea

This rose is not for the faint of heart!  With daring golden orange blooms, long stems and a sweet citrus fragrance, Good as Gold is a bold addition to any garden.  (3’w, 3-6’h)

Jump for Joy
Floribunda

Luscious clusters of peachy-pink blooms will have you jumping for joy in your garden.  Not to mention, the mild apple fragrance and long lasting blooms that will certainly bring a smile to your face!  (3’w, 3-4’h)
Sweet Sunblaze
Miniature Rose
Sweeten up your life with this disease resistant mini! The flourishing double blooms are the clearest pink in the Sunblaze family, and with a slightly spicy fragrance, you will have a little sugar and spice which makes everything nice!  (18″w, 1-2’h)



Lady of Shallot
David Austin

Orange red buds open to reveal a stunning old fashioned chalice bloom with a salmon pink center and a golden reverse.  This hardy and disease resistant rose will also tantalize your sense of smell with the fragrance of warm tea and spiced apples!  (3.5’w, 4’h)

Munstead Wood
David Austin

Enjoy the mystery of this rose as light crimson buds gradually open to reveal a deep velvety crimson center!  This excellent repeater is disease resistant and has a strong fruity fragrance.  (2.5’w, 3’h)

Welcome Back!!
Melody Parfumee
Grandiflora

This grandiflora has clusters of deep plum colored buds that unfurl to reveal rich purple blooms which soften to lavender on this prolific bloomer.  These beautiful blooms paired with a strong old rose fragrance and disease resistant foliage will have you singing throughout your garden.  (4’w, 5’h)

Radiant Perfume
Hybrid Tea

If the deep golden yellow color of this roses doesn’t draw you i for a closer look, the strong citrus fragrance most certainly will.  The long stems are great for cutting and the rich green foliage creates a perfect backdrop for the radiant blooms!
(3’w, 5-6’h)

To celebrate these new additions to the Witherspoon Rose Family, I am giving away a R.K. Witherspoon Rose!!

That’s right…you heard me… a FREE ROSE!  I know you are wondering what you have to do to be entered into the drawing for this FREE ROSE.  It’s easy… just follow our blog!  At the end of October I will enter the names of all our followers into a randomizer in order to pick a winner!  Isn’t that easy?

UPDATE 10/16/2013
I have added a followers section to the top of the right sidebar so it should be easier to find where to follow the site!

The winner of the R.K. Witherspoon has been notified via email!  Congrats and we can’t wait to hear from you!

Stay tuned for more giveaways!!  
This could be your rose!


If you are interested in learning more about our new roses, check out this video introducing our new catalog!


If you would like to receive a 2014 Catalog from Witherspoon

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4 thoughts on “2014 Rose Introduction

  1. It is a little hidden… haha! If you look over on the right hand side you will see a section that says subscribe to and also a section that says follow by email. Either one will enter you in the giveaway! Those sections are right under the contact form. Hope this helps!

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