Type: Pioneer Rose
History: Named for F.J. Lindheimer, an 1800's Texas botanist.
Mature size: 3' x 4'
Bloom size: 2"
Pruning: Lightly please
Teas shaped buds open to shapely deep yellow roses. Mine tend to open completely to a flat shape showing the golden stamens before the petals fall. The firmly upright bush is a light green with interesting leaves that curl backwards at the tips giving it even more interest. Plant it near some companion plants to fill in the lower limbs andyou'll really enjoy the unusual color plus bright fragrance. If you've been reading my journal you've noticed my attraction to yellow and apricot roses. Lindheimer makes my favorite list due to it's unusual coloring.