‘Caldwell Pink’ – A compact found rose discovered in Caldwell, Texas. This is an ever-blooming variety with double lilac- pink flowers that form dense clusters. The plants have both attractive flowers and foliage. Ht x Wd: 4 x 4 ft.
‘Katy Road Pink’ – A found rose with pink semi- double fragrant blooms. The flowers are very large and impressive. Ht x Wd: 6 x 5 ft.
‘Belinda’s Dream’ – A compact shrub rose that was introduced in 1992. Produces lots of blooms that look like a classic cut-flower rose with a petal count 100+. Plants are tolerant of powdery mildew with some minor foliage drop in early spring to black spot. Ht. x Wd: 5 x 5 ft.
‘Sea Foam’ – A shrub rose that was introduced in 1964. This rose grows as a trailer or mannerly climber. The double blooms are ivory in color and fragrant. It is a vigorous grower. Ht x Wd: 3 x 6 ft.
‘Knock Out’ – A compact shrub rose with bright cherry red, semi-double blooms. This is a very striking rose in the landscape. Plants bloom continuously from spring until frost. ‘Knock Out’ also has beautiful glossy dark green foliage. Very disease tolerant. Ht x Wd: 4 x 4 ft.
‘Mutabilis’- A large China rose that was introduced prior to 1894. The single open blooms darken with age from yellow to orange, pink and then crimson. The multi-colored effect is beautiful in the landscape. ‘Mutabilis’ has good foliage color and resistance to powdery mildew. Ht x Wd: 6 x 6 ft.
‘Marie Daly’ – A polyantha rose that is a sport of the older variety ‘Marie Pavie’, which was introduced in1888. The small double blooms are produced in clusters and have a sweet scent. Low incidence of powdery mildew and black spot in early spring. Ht x Wd: 3 x 3 ft.
‘Perle D’ Or’ – A compact polyantha rose with peachy pink pompon blooms that are fragrant. The color is unique and plants are ever-blooming. Plants also have attractive glossy foliage. Ht. x Wd.: 4 x 4 ft.
‘The Fairy’ – A polyantha rose that was introduced in 1932. This rose is a good summer bloomer. Plants produce sprays of small, double pink blooms. Flowers tend to be a darker pink in cooler temperatures, and then fade to a pale pink in the heat of the summer. Ht x Wd: 3 x 3 ft.
‘Climbing Pinkie’ – A large, vigorous polyantha rose that was introduced in 1952. A nearly thornless climber that grows with or without support. Plants produce semi-double light-pink flowers with a long blooming period. Ht X Wd: 6-7 ft shrub, 8-12 ft climber.
‘Else Poulson’- A floribunda rose with pink, semi-double blooms. Plants have a low incidence of powdery mildew in early spring. Ht x Wd: 5 x 5 ft.
(Early publicity on the EarthKind roses also listed ‘Livin’ Easy’ and ‘Easy Going’, but these two varieties were subsequently removed from the EarthKind list.)