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At last!
At Last® Rose
That's what we've been saying around here, anyway. As in, "At last! Spring!"

It's not just us. There has been a record number of rainouts in Major League Baseball this April. Games all over North America have been affected (although Detroit has been hit especially hard.)

So we're celebrating with At Last® rose. At last, disease resistance AND fragrance! It looks pretty nice, too.
At Last® Rose
At Last® rose grows to 3' tall, and is hardy to USDA Zone 5. Its pretty peach flowers bloom all summer, and are highly fragrant. It has a nice rounded habit and glossy, disease-resistant foliage. Like all roses, you will want to grow it in full sun.

We're pretty excited about this plant.

Can you blame us? This is something that people have been asking us about for a long time: a disease-resistant rose with fragrance.

We're not the only ones who are excited about this plant. Our friends at Johnson Nursery Company produced this sassy video about the rose.

Retailers are getting requests for it, and some are even taking pre-orders. Isn't that awesome? It's especially great in a cold, slow spring like this one.

We've got our own video about the rose. Feel free to share it with your staff and your customers.

Videos are great, but they can't compare with seeing the real thing. If you're anywhere in the Boston area I encourage you to visit the Crane Estate in Ipswich, MA. There's an amazing romance novel-worthy rose garden there, and last year At Last® roses were planted in it.

If you can't make it to the northeast this summer you can check out some great pictures of the garden and its curator here. Hi Benjamin!

If you're in the Midwest you can see a nice installation of At Last® roses at Chicago's Museum Campus. I know that when you're at IGC this summer you will want to go down to the Shedd Aquarium to see some penguins and otters; check out the nearby plantings, too.