Very Few Thorns

Roses with very few thorns are ideal for planting in areas that you frequently walk past or sit near. They are also especially useful in gardens where children and pets play. The majority are not complete... Read more

Roses with very few thorns are ideal for planting in areas that you frequently walk past or sit near. They are also especially useful in gardens where children and pets play. The majority are not completely thornless but, the higher up you go, the fewer thorns there are, making these roses easier to prune and better for cutting. Read less

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Mortimer Sackler
Kew Gardens
Ghislaine de Féligonde
Lichfield Angel
Veilchenblau
Mme. Alfred Carrière
The Shepherdess