Rose Red Eagle®

Flower Roses

About Rose Red Eagle®

When it comes to the premier league of red roses Red Eagle® is a very successful newcomer, thanks to its gorgeous bright red color. The bud of Red Eagle® is a seductive hourglass shape that opens into a beautiful round red rose, with somewhat curled leaves. The bright red is maintained throughout the entire flowering season. Red Eagle® is a very desirable red rose in all seasons and is particularly suitable for Christmas arrangements and Valentine's Day.

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Kordes Rosen

Germany
Kordes Rosen is one of the most renowned rose breeders for garden roses, cut roses, and pot roses. Their rose varieties are introduced by their agents and general licensees in over 30 countries and in many parts of the world Kordes’ market share is very high. You will find roses from Kordes in many private gardens, public green spaces, and botanical gardens. The breeding and most of plant production of garden roses take place in their main branch in Northern Germany. All types of garden roses like climbers, shrub roses, hybrid teas, patio roses, shrublets, and floribunda are bred here, but also the breeding of cut roses for greenhouses and outdoor and the creation of new pot roses are done in Germany.
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