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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. Black Lady

    Black Lady™

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    Deep red blooms with a strong fragrance. Learn More
  2. Caroline de Monaco®™

    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
  3. 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
  4. Cloud Nine

    Cloud Nine

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    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
  5. Dolly Parton

    Dolly Parton

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    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
  6. 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
  7. First Great Western

    First Great Western

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    Fuchsia / magenta, pink outer petals. up to 20 petals. Average diameter 3.5". Medium to large, full (26-40 petals), cupped, high-centered bloom form. Learn More
  8. Forgotten Dreams

    Forgotten Dreams

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    Medium red, pointed buds. Straight, red-brown prickles. Medium green, semi-glossy foliage. Petals 24 Learn More
  9. Fragrant Hour

    Fragrant Hour

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    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
  10. Gentle Giant™

    Gentle Giant™

    Price From: $17.50

    Extremely large and luscious rich, pink blossoms with an inner yellow glow will fill a vase with just a few stems. Perfect for bouquets and containers, with long, sleek stems and light green foliage. Z 6-10, repeat bloom, 30 petals. Learn More

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