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Hybrid Tea Roses

The favorite rose for much of the history of modern roses. They were created by hybridising Hybrid Perpetuals with Tea roses in the late 19th century. 'La France', created in 1867, is the first indication of a new class of roses.The flowers are well-formed with large, high-centred buds, and each flowering stem typically has a single shapely bloom. The bush tends to be stiffly upright and sparsely foliaged, which today is often seen as a liability in the landscape. Hybrid teas became the single most popular class of garden rose of the 20th century; today, their reputation as being more high maintenance than many other rose classes has led to a decline in hybrid tea popularity among gardeners and landscapers in favour of lower-maintenance "landscape" roses. The hybrid tea remains the standard rose of the floral industry, however, and is still favoured in small gardens in formal situations.

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  1. Acapella®

    Acapella®

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    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
  2. Auguste Renoir®

    Auguste Renoir®

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    Pink, mostly solitary, cupped, old-fashioned, rounded bloom form. Can be used for beds and borders, cut flower or garden with medium, bushy. medium, semi-glossy, medium green foliage 3.5" Bloom Learn More
  3. Awareness

    Awareness

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    Classically formed, 5" deep pink, highly fragrant blooms are borne singularly and in clusters on a shorter continual blooming plant making it a perfect choice for the front of the garden or a container. Learn More
  4. Black Beauty

    Black Beauty

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    A very dark rose; rich crimson-scarlet petals with a velvety-black reverse. Continual Blooming Learn More
  5. Buxom Beauty™

    Buxom Beauty™

    Price From: $17.50

    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
  6. Centennial Star

    Centennial Star

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    Big golden yellow blooms edged in orange -pink having a cupped, nicely ruffled form with long stems for cutting. Disease resistant bushy plant with dark green, glossy foliage. Petals 50-70 Learn More
  7. Chicago Peace®

    Chicago Peace®

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    Gorgeous, classically formed 5+" blooms on a very vigorous plant. The color is a striking blend of phlox-pink and creamy yellow with orange tones (natural genetic color mutation) having a pleasant fruity fragrance. A sport of the worlds most famous rose 'Peace'. This continually blooming rose makes a good cut flower. Learn More
  8. Chrysler Imperial

    Chrysler Imperial

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    Lovely, long pointed buds open to globular flowers of dark velvety red. The 4-5” blooms contain a strong citrus scent . A must in any flower arrangements. The bush is nicely shaped with semi-glossy foliage. Learn More
  9. Dr A J Verhage

    Dr A J Verhage

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    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
  10. Electron

    Electron®

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    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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