The name Wabara comes from the Japanese words 'Wa,' which translates into English as 'Harmony,' and 'Bara,' which means 'Rose.'
Wabara is led by the breeder Keiji Kunieda and his son Ken at Rose Farm Keiji on the shores of Lake Biwa, near Kyoto, Japan. The first Wabara garden rose was developed in 2007. Wabara garden roses are bred with organic fertilizer and without chemicals. Wabara is a well-established brand in Japan, and the varieties were released to the international market in 2017.
These garden roses have unusual shapes and fragrances not found elsewhere. Wabara garden roses grown in Colombia have big blooms, great color and strong stems. They have a delicate, natural beauty and elegance, with unique petals and colors.
We have seven varieties currently in production, and new varieties are being tested for future release.