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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  • Just Joey®

    12 Review(s)
    This extremely beautiful and unusually colored rose was voted The World's Favorite Rose in 1994 at Rose-World Convention in New Zealand. Spectacularly beautiful, classic Hybrid Tea shaped, large 5" blooms of rich deep-copper shading that lightens toward the edges. Fragrant. continual blooming rose on a bushy plant with deep-green foliage. 35 petals. Learn More
  • Chicago Peace®

    7 Review(s)
    Gorgeous, classically formed, 5+" blooms on a very vigorous plant. The color is a striking blend of phlox-pink and creamy yellow with orange tones (natural genetic color mutation) having a pleasant, fruity fragrance. A sport of the worlds most famous rose 'Peace'. This continually blooming rose makes a good cut flower. Learn More
  • Fragrant Hour

    2 Review(s)
    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
  • Tiffany

    6 Review(s)
    Tall, vigorous growth produces very fragrant, large high centered, classic hybrid tea blooms of pink and yellow blend, perfect for cutting. Dark green, healthy foliage. 4" blooms with 28 petals. Learn More
  • Sunny Sky™

    2 Review(s)
    Apricot buds open into large, elegantly shaped blooms in honey yellow. Not only does the bloom give off a fruity fragrance but they sit regally on sturdy stems, making them a great cut rose. This rose is a prolific producer of medium, double (17-25 petals) blooms. The plant has won numerous gold medals (e.g., Monza Gold Medal 2010). Learn More
  • FIJI ™

    5 Review(s)
    This hybrid tea is very resistant to diseases, including blackspot and mildew. The very large, very double, deep pink to cherry-red flowers grow in small clusters bloom form. While the roses are lightly fragrant, they are extremely floriferous. Lightly glossy, medium to dark green foliage fill in the few small gaps left by the clusters of blooms. The plant is on the shorter side (4’ tall and 3’ wide) which makes it perfect for planting it in front of other plants or in a pot. Learn More
  • Winter Sun™

    2 Review(s)
    The classic-shaped blooms are yellow with lighter outer petals and emit a light fragrance. The medium to large (3.25" in diameter on average), very full blooms have 40 to 50 petals and are born mostly solitary. Thanks to its resistance to black spot, it stays beautiful and clothed in glossy green foliage. Learn More
  • Bewitched

    6 Review(s)
    Urn-shaped buds unfurl into large 5" double, perfect pearl pink flowers with a strong damask fragrance. A vigorous, continual blooming rounded bush with shiny, nice green foliage. The new foliage is red. Learn More
  • Savannah™

    6 Review(s)
    A very hardy and disease-resistant salmon hybrid tea rose. This compact bush produces fragrant, very double blooms. Foliage is very abundant and dark green. A rose that performs well in heat and high humidity. 2015 winner of Overall Best Rose, best hybrid Tea rose and most fragrant rose at the Biltmore Rose Trial. Learn More
  • Electron®

    Large, classically formed, fully double buds and 5-6" blooms (petals 36+) of shocking pink with exhibition form. Intensely fragrant. Large dark green glossy foliage. An upright, repeat blooming bushy plant. Winner of many awards; AARS 1973, Gold medal winner at Belfast, Ireland. Portland Oregon, The Hague, Holland, and the Royal National Rose Society's Gold Medal in 1969. Learn More

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