Hybrid Tea Roses

Hybrid Teas are one of the most recognized and popular cut flowers. They are known for their long-stemmed elegance and high centered blooms. Their upright canes are more open than bushy and carry large flowers. This rose has an extensive colorful palette that allows for it's vibrancy to be seen in the garden from a distance.

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  • Acapella®

    Large and pointed, classic hybrid tea shaped buds of pink with a lighter reverse, unfold into fragrant blossoms on cutting stems. Darker olive green foliage makes for a stunning contrast in the garden and for container. Petals 26-40, Continual Bloom, Bloom 6" Learn More
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  • Auguste Renoir®

    Pink, mostly solitary, cupped, old-fashioned, rounded bloom form. May be used for beds and borders, cut flowers or the garden with semi-glossy, medium green foliage. 3.5" bloom. Learn More
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  • Bewitched

    Urn-shaped buds unfurl into large 5" double, perfect pearl pink flowers with a strong damask fragrance. A vigorous, continual blooming rounded bush with shiny, nice green foliage. The new foliage is red. Learn More
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  • Black Beauty

    A very dark rose; rich crimson-scarlet petals with a velvety-black reverse. Continual Blooming Learn More
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  • Black Lady™

    Deep red blooms with a strong fragrance. Learn More
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  • Black Pearl

    Bred from 'Papa Meilland". A very intricate parentage with crosses from seven other rose varieties. Large, perfectly formed, fully double blooms of velvety darkest red, produced on a vigorous bushy plant. Learn More
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  • Bobby Charlton

    Bright pink, large blossoms with a lighter silvery, pink reverse will bloom in flushes throughout the season and provide beautiful stems for cutting or show. Lots of dark green, leathery foliage help show off the flowers. Named for the English football hero. Learn More
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  • Bride

    From Fryer of England, a rose of perfect formation and a wonderful, soft pink coloring. A vigorous growing plant. 'Bride' makes a long lasting cut flower. Petals 21+, Bloom 4 1/2" Learn More
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  • Buxom Beauty™

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    This gorgeous rose produces huge, double high-centered blooms whose coloring is quite unique. I could best describe it as blending and shadings of raspberry and orchid. This exotic coloring is matched by its enchanting perfume. All in all a lovely new rose, its striking flowers are produced on a vigorous upright bush covered with medium green matte foliage that sets the blooms off perfectly. Bloom 6" Learn More
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  • California Dreamin

    Each bloom features 28-35 cream petals with pink edges and is accompanied by a strong, citrus fragrance. The blooms have an average diameter of 5", are very full and large, borne mostly solitary, and have a high-centered bloom form. They can be grown in containers, used for beds and borders, and have a repeat blooming habit. The plant is medium in size and bushy. Learn More
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  • Caroline de Monaco®™

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    Slightly fragrant 4 1/2" blooms of a creamy white often tipped with pink buds slowly unfurl to reveal a blossom of timeless beauty. Makes a good cut flower. A lovely floral tribute to Princess Grace's daughter Learn More
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  • Century Two

    Bold and bright pink 4" blooms with a strong fragrance to match make this a great continual blooming rose for the cutting garden or centerpiece. Lighter green foliage makes a nice compliment for the petals. Petal count 30-35. Learn More
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  • Chris Evert™

    Bold orange blend blushed with red, having a fruity fragrance and deep green foliage. Learn More
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  • Cloud Nine

    An extremely vigorous and easy to grow rose with its very large blooms of striking, bright, iridescent pink. Add to this great fragrance and rich green foliage, you won’t want to miss having this rose in your garden. Learn More
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  • Color Magic

    Lovely 5" blooms whose coloring is a unique shade of soft salmon shaded to blush pink surrounded by a ribbon of deep pink at the edges having an intense fruity fragrance on a repeat blooming plant. Changes color with sun exposure. Opens up to almost flat in shape, which makes it wonderful to look at. All American Award Winner in 1978. Learn More
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  • Dark Night™

    Velvety red to black petals with a reverse light cream yellow make this rose a distinctive hybrid tea. Known for their above average disease resistance and ability to produce an abundance of blooms even in the heat, these roses can be used for bed and borders, as a cut flower, or in an exhibition or garden. The high-centered buds open to form cup-like blooms on dark green and very glossy foliage. Large, full (26-40) petals create a bloom that is 4” in diameter on average. They continually bloom throughout the season and have a very slight fragrance. Learn More
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  • Dolly Parton

    A great rose for a great performer. An unusual shade of red-orange with a coppery cast to it, being bred from 'Oklahoma' and 'Fragrant Cloud'. A 6" bloom (petals 35) or two will fill a room with heavy fragrance. An upright, bushy repeat blooming plant with rich, green foliage. Learn More
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  • Dr A J Verhage

    This variety set the standard for greenhouse roses when it appeared on the scene. The short-growing bush produces great quantities of lovely buds that open to show amber stamens, and strongly fragrant flowers are shown off by dark foliage. Learn More
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  • Eiffel Tower

    A continual blooming gold medal winner in Geneva and Rome. Pointed buds with a wonderful expensive perfume fragrance, make this an impressive rose. The 5" blooms (petals 35) are high centered and medium pink, backed up by leathery semi-glossy foliage. Makes a good cut flower. Learn More
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  • Electron®

    Large, classically formed, fully double buds and 5-6" blooms (petals 36+) of shocking pink with exhibition form. Intensely fragrant. Large dark green glossy foliage. An upright, repeat blooming bushy plant. Winner of many awards; AARS 1973, Gold medal winner at Belfast, Ireland. Portland Oregon, The Hague, Holland, and the Royal National Rose Society's Gold medal, 1969. Learn More
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