Let me introduce you to a rose that we have recently discovered called “turtle”. Not the prettiest of names for a rose – in fact, it is somewhat nonsensical if you ask me since there is no such thing as a bright yellow turtle (that I am aware of). Nevertheless, this outstanding rose has become our “go to” rose when we require a bright yellow rose. It has a remarkably high petal count and a very long vase life. But most importantly, its flat, ruffly style mimics that of a garden rose. With garden roses being so popular right now, turtle provides the look of a garden rose without the heavy price tag.