MODERN ROSES

MODERN ROSES

Search 37,000+ Rose registrations that have been submitted since 1930 

MODERN ROSES

Welcome to the official online registration site for cultivars of the genus Rosa. We hope that you will find our web-based registration process to be fast and convenient.

Modern Roses was originally published in 1930 with 2,511 collected rose registrations world-wide, Today, the American Rose Society's Modern Rose database is home to more than 37,000 registered roses.

Access to Modern Roses database is available to everyone through an annual subscription and is membership benefit available to all American Rose Society Members.


We are happy to present our newly updated rose database! We've worked hard to compile more than 36,000 rose registrations that have been submitted for 89 years, starting in 1930!

The offices of The American Rose Society serve as International Cultivar Registration Authority - Roses (ICRA) by appointment of the International Society for Horticultural Sciences.

ROSE REGISTRATION

The International Cultivar Registration Authority - Roses

Welcome to the official online registration site for new cultivars of the genus Rosa. We hope that you will find our web-based registration process to be fast and convenient. We believe that we can provide better service and more timely information through use of this facility. If you have any questions regarding this site or the procedures for using it, please contact the Chairman of the Registration Committee or the offices of The American Rose Society, which serves as ICRA by appointment of the International Society for Horticultural Sciences.



Note: You must be an authorized user of this site in order to submit applications for registration or to check the status of pending registrations. If you are not an authorized user, please click on the links below to apply for authorization or to read the complete instructions.

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Modern Roses Instructions and Procedures

ROSES IN REVIEW

This will be the 96th time Roses in Review will be conducted in which rose growers everywhere can review new roses they've grown in their own garden.

Roses included in the survey have generally been on the market one to four years and are available commercially, although some on a limited basis.

Deadline to rate roses is September 26, 2021.

Instructions
List of Cultivars
Evaluation Sheet

Roses In Review