Grandiflora (Bédard and Carruth, United States, 2011).
No two flowers are exactly alike on this changeable chameleon of a rose. Black-red buds spiral open to show off swirls of cream edged & washed with vibrant cherry pink. But that’s not the end of the exhibit on these classically-formed fragrant flowers. When the sun strikes the petals, they begin to blush burgundy, finishing as a deep red. Put all this color against super-shiny-green foliage with nice long cutting stems and you’ve got a killer combo.