Gallica

The very first garden roses, they have collected several other common names on their way; Apothecary's Rose, French Rose and Rose of Provins. The varieties are usually quite compact, their foliage is quite coarse and their flowers are semi-double or double. One of their most endearing features is their almost complete lack of thorns. They are easy to grow and will thrive in some of the poorest soils.

Gallica

<p>The very first garden roses, they have collected several other common names on their way; Apothecary's Rose, French Rose and Rose of Provins. The varieties are usually quite compact, their foliage is quite coarse and their flowers are semi-double or double. One of their most endearing features is their almost complete lack of thorns. They are easy to grow and will thrive in some of the poorest soils.</p>