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.
Bred from 'Papa Meilland". A very intricate parentage with crosses from seven other rose varieties. Large, perfectly formed, fully double blooms of velvety darkest red, produced on a vigorous bushy plant.
Gently fragrant 4 1/2" blooms of creamy white, frequently tipped with pink buds which 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
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.
Lovely 5" blooms whose coloring is a unique shade of soft salmon shaded to blush pink surrounded by a ribbon of deep pink at the edges having an intense fruity fragrance on a repeat blooming plant. Changes color with sun exposure. Opens up to almost flat in shape, which makes it wonderful to look at. All American Award Winner in 1978. Learn More
A great rose for a great performer. An unusual shade of red-orange with a coppery cast, being bred from 'Oklahoma' and 'Fragrant Cloud'. A 6" bloom (petals 35) or two will fill a room with intoxicating fragrance. An upright, bushy repeat blooming plant with rich, green foliage. Learn More
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.
One of the very few hybrid tea roses that produce a perfect bloom almost every time. Long, pointed buds open into exhibition style flowers. A striking combination of orange shades that have intense fragrance on a very tall plant that should be at the back of the rose bed or may be used as a short climber of about 8'. Bred by Kordes of Germany.
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
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
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. It blooms in flushes
throughout the season and can also be used for beds or borders Learn More
A rose that predates our nursery and is still going strong due to its color and sweet rose fragrance. Bred by William Warriner who was one of the world's top rose breeders. Semi-double 4-5" blooms (petals 20-25) of deep lilac-purple on a vigorous repeat blooming upright plant.
Bred by Reimer Kordes of Germany. Stunning orange pink blooms with 30 to 34 petals stand out against the reddish dark green foliage. Blessed with a very strong fragrance. Winner of the Belfast Gold Medal in 1981. Learn More