Star Roses and Plants wins four sustainability awards
Sweet Spirit
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Star Roses and Plants wins four sustainability awards

Brick House, Pinkerbelle, Candy Cane Cocktail and Sweet Spirit were recognized by The American Rose Trials for Sustainability.

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Star Roses and Plants has announced it recently won four awards from The American Rose Trials for Sustainability (A.R.T.S.) program. A.R.T.S. identifies the most sustainable, hardy, pest-resistant, and beautiful rose cultivars for use in American landscapes and gardens.

The winners are as follows:

Brick House is a strong, dark red rose that re-blooms throughout the season with a lot of flower power on each flush. It has excellent disease resistance for the type.

Pinkerbelle is a very unique breakthrough, combining a spicy, verbena scent and superior disease resistance on a Hybrid Tea. It performs very well in climates that are prone to black spot.

Candy Cane Cocktail displays bi-colored blooms of white suffused with deep pink to red edges that stand out in the garden. It features superior disease resistance and impressive re-blooming.

Sweet Spirit is a cherry red rose with a strong, sweet fragrance. It does really well in hot, humid climates. It displays beautiful, disease-resistant foliage, and is a wonderful rose for cutting.

To learn more about Star Roses and Plants introductions, visit www.starrosesandplants.com. To learn more about The American Rose Trials for Sustainability, visit www.trustedroses.com.

To see the full list of A.R.T.S. winners, click here.