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 or container. Petals 26-40, Continual Bloom, Bloom 6" Learn More
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  • Audrey Wilcox®

    The large 4-5" shapely blooms are dark cherry pink with a silver reverse. 'Audrey Wilcox' is blessed with intense rose/clove fragrance and is a perfectly formed, hybrid tea rose that stands erect on strong stems. Learn More
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  • 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
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  • Baronne E. de Rothschild®

    Bi-colored displaying a crimson red opening to deep pink on the front of the petal with a silvery color on the back of the petal. This is very eye-catching given its large flowers (up to 5") comprising around 40 petals and has an amazingly strong, rose perfume, with leathery, bronze-green, glossy foliage. It frequently has clusters of flowers on one stem. It is an excellent cut flower and has a long vase life. Learn More
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  • Beverly™

    This rose will stop you in your tracks and make you fall in love with its perfect light pink color and its over-the-top and exceptional fragrance. The citrus, fruity fragrance has been compared to the smell of oranges, peaches, pears and plums. Very full blooms with up to 45 petals are borne mostly solitary and have a high-centered bloom form. They grow on a tall (up to 32” tall and 20” wide), bushy and upright plant with healthy, dark green foliage. While the rose may look a gentle soul, it’s tough when it comes to fighting diseases – it offer good resistance to blackspot and mildew. There’s a reason why this rose has won so many medals around the world. 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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  • Buxom Beauty™

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    This gorgeous rose produces huge, double high-centered blooms whose coloring is quite unique. It can best be described as a blending of 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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  • Chandos Beauty

    A shell pink bloom which opens up in a spiraling whorl. Foliage is large, glossy and dark green which provides a strong background for the delicate blooms. The variety also has the added bonus of a most wonderful perfume, described by the breeder as being fruity and spicy. Suitable for beds and hedges. Strong, cinnamon, clove, fruity, raspberry fragrance. Awards: 2007 Fragrance Prize at the City of Glasgow International Rose Trials; Certificate of Merit; Gold Standard Award in 2007 Bloom 4.25", Petal 41+ 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 the strongly fragrant blooms contrast beautifully with the dark green foliage. 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 in 1969. Learn More
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  • Eternal Flame™

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    This Hybrid Tea has classically shaped, high-centered blooms of soft, flickering yellow. The long stems and strong citrus fragrance combine to make Eternal Flame a great rose for the cutting garden. The plant offers above average winter hardiness and disease resistance. Learn More
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  • Fragrant Gold

    Deep yellow bloom having a strong fragrance. Additional photos of Fragrant Gold' are available on HelpMeFind Learn More
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  • Fragrant Hour

    Strong fragrance along with beauty will draw you in to this wonderful hybrid tea rose. Large 4" orange and pink blend blooms (petals 35) attract the attention in the garden and vase. Recipient of the Belfast Gold Medal in 1975 and J.A. Gamble Fragrance Award in 1997. Learn More
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  • Gitte

    Another of the very select group of roses that produce a perfect bloom every time. The flowers have great substance and almost look like they are made of porcelain. Classic 4" blooms (petals 33) have perfect exhibition form. Their coloring is a blend of apricot and pink with intense fragrance on a continual blooming upright, bushy plant with dark green foliage. Bred by Kordes of Germany who are known for great disease resistance in the rose varieties they produce. Learn More
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  • Great Century

    As the name might imply, this is a rose with very large blooms (petals 30). Each bloom can reach 8" across and are produced on a continual blooming bush. Its coloring is soft and charming, something one would not expect from this giant. Delicate, pink shaded cream blooms with red stamens help to make 'Great Century' a standout in the garden or vase. Spectacular! Learn More
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  • Green Romantica®

    This hybrid tea rose was bred by florists for its beautiful green hues. It requires special attention to perform well and loves cool sunny climates. It should be cut when the bloom is fairly open. It’s lightly fragrant, very double, blooms will add a beautiful sight to your cut bouquets. It is not recommended for cold climates. Learn More
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  • HEART SONG ™

    As a very healthy and disease resistant hybrid tea, this rose sports captivating light pearly pink petals with dark pink edges and gives off a moderate rose fragrance. The frilly, cupped and very full blooms (3”-4'') are set against a medium, bushy and upright plant with dark green, semi-glossy leathery foliage. The buds are long, pointed and ovoid. This vigorous rose can be used for beds and borders and also grown in containers. Learn More
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  • King's Macc

    Outstanding and beautiful, classic high-centered, exhibition blooms that are a blend of gold, apricot and cream and are blessed with fantastic perfume. The breeder, Fryer of England, stated this is a rare gem that we predict will become hugely popular. Learn More
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  • Lemon Spice

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    A lovely, very fragrant rose.'Lemon Spice' loves the heat. Long pointed buds open into large, high centered, fully 5" double blooms (petals 25) of bright yellow. The blooms are set against a background of dark leathery green foliage on a continually blooming plant. Learn More
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  • Liebeszauber™®

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    Shapely pointed buds set against glossy green leaves produce huge red blooms having a nice spiral center. After opening they become loosely cupped with wavy, infolded petals in the middle of the bloom. The plant grows very vigorously, making many shoots with a stiff upright habit. The foliage when young is a reddish color that becomes dark green as they mature. Learn More

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