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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  • BIG MOMMA

    The large (4”), pink, cup like blooms turn lighter toward the base and fill the air with an exquisite fragrance, making it the perfect cut rose. The upright, vigorous plant is covered with dark green, very glossy foliage that produce classic blooms continuously during the season. With its full bloom form and high petal count (40+ petals), this rose is sure to be a treat for your eyes. Learn More
  • Firefighter®

    This rose can withstand intense heat and fights off diseases. Firefighter is an upright hybrid tea with small, semi-glossy, dark green foliage that provide the perfect backdrop to intensely red blooms. The exceptionally fragrant blooms have a high-centered form and approximately 40 large full petals borne mostly solitary. This repeat blooming rose is almost thornless, making it perfect for walkways, too. It grows to be 5-6’ tall and 3’ wide. 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
  • Let Freedom Ring™

    Many think the pinnacle of rosedom is a long stemmed red Hybrid Tea with scrumptious big buds. But ponder the thought a little farther to include impeccable flower form & great vase life. Now you’re getting the idea of Let Freedom Ring. This striking trophy-stealer was lovingly created by WWII veteran & amateur hybridizer, Ernest Earman of Virginia. More red in cool conditions. Fantastic year-round form. Learn More
  • Love & Peace™

    This slightly fragrant, hybrid tea rose will captivate you with its yellow and pink colors. The outer edges of the petals show off a blushing pink color while the center glows with yellow. The blooms are 5.5” in diameter on average and sit on long stems with a profusion of glossy green leaves. Its myrrh fragrance and vigorous nature make this a great cut rose. This full and bushy plant features large blooms with 40-50 petals, borne mostly solitary. With winter protection, Love and Peace may also be grown in a container. Learn More
  • Raissa®

    Medium pink double solitary bloom form with long buds. Upright, well-branched. Glossy, dark green foliage. Learn More
  • 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
  • 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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