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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  • Cinnamon Dolce

    This vigorous, upright plant produces exhibition-quality blooms. The blooms have a cup-like form with 30+ brick red petals and deep pink specks. Not only is it exceptionally fragrant, but the blossoms appear continuously throughout the season above dark green, semi-glossy foliage. As much as it is beautiful, it is also very disease resistance to mildew and rust, making this rose a great choice for Western climates. Learn More
  • Eiffel Tower

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    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
  • 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
  • Flaming Peace

    Flaming Peace displays slightly fragrant, double, cupped blooms. At first, petals are red with a yellow reverse. The petals soon turn to a pink and white fade. The foliage is a glossy dark green. Learn More
  • Forgotten Dreams

    From the United Kingdom comes this stunning red rose with strong, classic rose fragrance.  A hybrid tea with classic stature. Large beautiful blooms seem to appear effortlessly and last for days in the vase. Learn More
  • Francis Meilland

    This award-winning rose is known for being extremely disease resistant for its type. Named after a remarkable rose breeder, this rose has large, high-centered blooms of soft, shell pink that give off an old rose fragrance. The buds are substantially conical-shaped. The very large, full blooms have 37 petals and are 5” in diameter on average. This repeating blooming rose is perfectly framed against its glossy, dark green foliage. Flowers also drop off cleanly, making it great as a cut rose. They grow to be 2.5’ to 4’ tall and 2’ wide. Learn More
  • Gina Lollobrigida®

    Named after the Italian actress, photojournalist and sculptor, this rose has star quality with golden-yellow blooms and a heady fragrance. Large (2” diameter on average), abundant blooms (up to 114 petals) are produced on a strong upright plant with dense, medium green foliage. They grow to be 4' to 5' tall and 2’ to 3' wide. Learn More
  • Good As Gold

    This bold rose is an attention grabber. It starts with long, pointed buds which burst into orange-yellow blooms with a kiss of red on the petal edges. They are often described as a blooming machine as they provide an abundance of long-stemmed beauties that are perfect for cutting. The 5” diameter blooms have 26-40 petals and give off a moderate, grapefruit and citrus fragrance. Learn More

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