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Type: Hybrid Tea

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.

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score
Bloom Type Fully Double
Breeder Code KORvioros
Characteristics Cutting, Fragrance
Specific Color Pink
Country of Origin United States
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Patent # PP 26,285
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 3' x 3'
Year 1980


Customer Reviews (6)

A BeautyReview by Liz
I added savanna Sunbelt to my Zone 7 garden this year and she has been a spectacular addition! Loads of spectacular, huge blooms and extremely fragrant. I have her planted near my America climbing roses which have not bloomed yet. Not sure how harmonious the combination will be just yet. As another review mentioned, this may be a “salmon “colored rose, but it definitely tens more towards pink. In retrospect I probably should have put her closer to Queen Elizabeth. On the other hand, The possibility of a slight clash of color with gorgeous healthy rosebushes is not all that serious a problem to have. So far the foliage is gorgeous with not even the slightest hint of black spot! (Posted on 4/23/2018)
What a southern bell.Review by ARK
Lovely at all stages, from bud to fully opened. She attracts many comments from my
visitors. (Posted on 1/8/2018)
Favorite scentReview by Pj
Have 9 heirloom roses and this one has the
most fragrance , Paker pink color second year for this rose. Very happy with this one. (Posted on 6/29/2017)
Savannah and All Her Kordes SistersReview by Valli
I am very happy with Savannah. Gorgeous flowers and disease resistant here in the tropics. Plus I have discovered quite a few of her equally life affirming Kordes sisters through Heirloom and could not be more pleased. (Posted on 6/22/2017)
wonderful roseReview by spittingkitten
This is my second year of growing Savannah. She is everything the growers say she is-fragrant, strong, disease free and more. My one point is that she has grown big-as big as 8 ft tall. When I cut her back in the late winter, I left one stem long and tied it up to see if she can be grown as a climber. I love this rose and wish more roses were like her-just smaller. (Posted on 5/3/2017)
fragrant and healtyyReview by MaryMook
I have grown this now for a full two years, maybe more. It grows RAPIDLY after a year of rooting. Determined to be big and straight up. Flowers are camellia shaped and open out flat. Burgundy tipped and glossy foliage is very healthy. even in my rust ridden garden. Very fragrant. Not so easy to place though because the color is a creamy peach with pink in it, but not quite coral. More on the coral side though than peach. I have it next to Chuckles, by convenience, and they are quite different. Chuckles is a coral pink. Savannah is a creamy pink coral. an Impatiens-type coral pink. Very very strong grower. Should be at about mid of the border. I have to move the Chuckles, or the Savannah. I think the foliage and maybe the flower, has a thicker top outer cuticle layer that helps it resist disease. Thick upright grower. Not a delicate rose, but certainly pretty. (Posted on 12/23/2016)

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