The Vintage Rosery
Needville, Texas

Unless otherwise noted, all photographs were taken of the roses in our gardens located in Needville, Texas (zone 8b.)

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The deep yellow shrub Nacogdoches is upright and bushy. With most antique yellow roses having a lighter yellow, Nacogdoches is a real knockout. Its new leaves have a shade of bronze, then turn dark green. There is a light and spicy frangrance. With full sun, it reaches 4' to 5' in height and a 3' width. It is a repeat bloomer from spring until frost and is supposed to be quite disease resistant.
Nacogdoches is now being tested for hardiness through the A&M EarthKind program. It is too early to determine if it is going to be accepted.
Nacogdoches was named after the first town in Texas.