Type: Hybrid Tea

The most fragrant of the multi-colored roses. The urn shaped buds open into classic, large, double 4-5" blooms (petals 24+) , produced on long cutting stems. The color is hard to describe depending on the season. In a temperate zone the color will be a combination of rose-pink and lemon-yellow blended with nasturtium red, gold, peach and apricot. All-in-all a very colorful rose as its Spanish name would imply. Continual blooming 'Granada' exudes a strong, spiced scent, making it a good cut flower.

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) Dontatella
Specifc ARS Score
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code
Characteristics Cutting, Fragrance
Specific Color Rose-pink, lemon-yellow blended with nasturtium red, gold, peach and apricot.
Country of Origin USA
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # PP 2,214
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 4' x 3'
Year 1964


Customer Reviews (4)

Favorite Rose of AllReview by Maram
For beauty and fragrance, this rose beats them all. This is an old Rose, but nothing has been developed to beat it yet, in my opinion. It blooms when and where other roses won’t and its fragrance will call to you across your garden. I live in Zone 9, where the heat can get intense. Granada keeps blooming through the heat. I have over 35 roses. My two favorites are Granada and Whiskey Mac. (Posted on 5/26/2018)
Even better than the pictureReview by Leslie
I'm in zone 8 and maybe this rose loves warmer temperatures but it's one of my favorite because of the bright yellow center to bright pink edges. Mine has about 50/50 pink to yellow ratio on large blooms that are never smaller than 4", usually closer to 5". Out of almost 20 roses, this is the one the old ladies go to to say "wow, it has so many colors". If I was going to only have one type of rose, this would probably the one I went for. (Posted on 5/5/2016)
Beautiful and ExquisiteReview by Nina
I purchased this rose in 2014 and being its third Spring it is performing far beyond my expectations. It was the first rose I had bloom in the Spring and at the moment is covered with over 30 buds despite my having terrible native soil. I am so excited to see it bloom in its full glory. It was one of the few roses I had to miss a nasty viral infection that completely devastated my other roses. I am so proud of this rose and couldn't be happier. I would definitely purchase again. My only regret is not purchasing the engraved name stake. (Posted on 5/4/2016)
Excellent Cut FlowersReview by flowergirl
My father grew about 50 different varieties of roses. Each had it's own merits and personality. Granada was one of the most reliable hybrid teas in his garden. Even in the heat of summer, the bush was always in bloom. It has elegant long, strong stems, perfect for tall vases, and a nice spicy scent. When cut, It's flashy colors unfurl slowly. There's a lot of starch in it's petals, and it doesn't wilt quickly. It's an outstanding flower in a mixed bouquet, or standing alone in a bud vase. (Posted on 2/6/2016)

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