The name Wabara comes from the Japanese words "Wa", which means "Harmony" , and "Bara", which means "Rose" - and it perfectly describes these roses. Wabara roses were first bred in Kyoto, Japan, by rose breeders Keiji Kunieda and his son Ken in 2007. Their roses are notable for their innovative and environmentally friendly farming practices - they are bred using only organic fertilizer and without any chemicals - hence in "Harmony" with nature. While Wabara Garden roses are not well known in the US, they are a well-established and popular brand in Japan. Currently, we offer 3 of the most popular varieties; and, we continue to test new varieties for future sales. Wabara roses have big blooms, great color and very strong stems, but most striking are their unusual shapes and fragrances, not found anywhere else. Each bloom is comprised of a large number of uniquely shaped petals, that open to produce delicate, natural and elegant blooms in exquisite colors.