Rose - A Yellow and Orange Grandiflora - 'Gold Medal' Bloom
A 'Gold Medal' Rose is mostly yellow with red or orange on the edges of the pedals. It belongs to the Grandiflora class. The 'Gold Medal' rose is a result of 'Yellow Pages', 'Granada' and 'Garden Party' roses.
First introduced in 1982, this rose won New Zealand Gold Star Of The South Pacific in 1983. It contains 35 - 40 petals. The flower of the 'Gold Medal' rose is edible. Also, the bud often have a red or orange streak or strip when first formed.
Picture taken in Boise, Idaho at the Julia Davis Rose Garden.