Steve Gunther

Varieties that grow well in hot climatic conditions

Lauren Bonar Swezey,  – August 15, 2004


‘Amber Queen’ (golden amber)
‘Angel Face’ (lavender)
‘Apricot Nectar’ (soft apricot)
‘Belle Story’ (soft pink and yellow)
‘Cathedral’ (apricot)
‘Cherish’ (orange pink)
‘Circus’ (yellow with pink, orange, and red)
‘Europeana’ (crimson red)
‘Hot ‘n’ Spicy’ (orange red)
‘Iceberg’ (white)
‘Origami’ (pink blend)
‘Redgold’ (gold edged with vermilion)
‘Sally Holmes’ (or climber; single white)
‘Showbiz’ (red)
‘Sun Flare’ (lemon yellow)


‘Altissimo’ (single red)
‘America’ (coral pink)
‘Blaze’ (red)
‘Candy Cane’ (deep pink)
‘Cl Iceberg’ (white)
‘Cl Queen Elizabeth’ (medium pink)
‘Don Juan’ (deep red)
‘Dream Weaver’ (pink)
‘Dublin Bay’ (red)
‘Golden Showers’ (yellow)
‘Jeanne Lajoie’ (candy pink)
‘Joseph’s Coat’ (red, pink, orange, and yellow)
‘Lace Cascade’ (white)
‘Meg’ (pink)
‘Royal Sunset’ (orange apricot)