Type: Hybrid Tea

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.

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score 7.9
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code Lindquist
Characteristics Fragrance
Specific Color Pink/blend
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 # No
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 4' x 4'
Year 1954


Customer Reviews (7)

Love this Rose!Review by MomPerson
I am growing Tiffany in zone 8. We've had an unusually warm summer for here, this year, but Tiffany has shrugged and bloomed on! I love Tiffany because she is beautiful, her blooms are artistically formed, enormously large, colorful and have a heavenly fragrance even I can smell. The blooms last quite a while and are born singly on long, sturdy almost thorn less stems! It took 2 seasons before Tiffany bloomed, but when it did it started with one sole bud which got larger, and larger and larger until it finally burst open with an enormous, unbelievably gorgeous bloom! It lasted over two weeks and I was in love! Now there are many blooms all season and they are all that delicate looking porcelain flowers with wafting fragrance. I'm in heaven! (Posted on 7/29/2018)
Most BeautifulReview by RWTreasure
I usually avoid tea roses — too much fussiness. However, my most beloved niece is named Tiffany, and I do tend towards multi-colored flowers.
I’m so glad I didn’t resist this rose! Grows well here on zone 5+ Indianapolis, just remembering to top off the mulch layer in Autumn. Benevolent neglect is also working so far too — no spraying, but also all pruned leaves, twigs etc removed and are not left around plant to house bugs or disease.
Gorgeous in ALL regards! Fragrance, looks, just wish for own-root and a climbing versions of it too!! I think it would then become as popular as the Peace rose. (Posted on 12/8/2017)
Tiffany!!!!! Now I know a place to buy them.Review by Rosie the Riveter
I grew Tiffany roses many years ago. Next spring I will be helping a friend plant and grow them. They are FABULOUS roses, with a lovely fragrance. Highly recommended. Dig a big hole, put in some peat moss, fill hole with potting soil. Heavy clay soil where I live.....not good for roses. Good drainage matters greatly to roses. (Posted on 11/5/2017)
Love this rose Review by So pretty
I bought this rose years ago and just love it. I live in NJ and it handles the winters fine. I placed it in a large pot on my deck, were she gets lots of attention. She does get some shade in the morning but still grows very nicely though . Tiffany looks and smells so pretty I must bring one or two buds inside. My favorite part about this rose is the way its back, light with the yellow; these pictures truly don't do it justice! (Posted on 10/26/2017)
Love herReview by Susan
I ordered this because I have a kitty named Tiffany and the rose is as beautiful as my sweet girl. She made it through the shipping and planting beautifully and is blooming away!!! The blooms are beautiful and I love cutting them and bringing them inside. She is very happy here. (Posted on 9/21/2017)
Pretty in PinkReview by Hibiscus
One of my favorites for the gorgeous coloring and very nice flower form. I nearly killed it by putting it in garden soil which it did not appreciate. She is very happy back in a large pot with all the trimmings. Some roses I just really, really love. (Posted on 7/18/2017)
A favorite Review by Shay
This rose is a vigorous grower, had a little bs but very mild. I'm not usually big on pink roses, or pink in general but this is a very soft pink with a peachy cast. The blooms have an almost perfect porcelain look to them and can get quite large. Very pretty rose. (Posted on 5/16/2017)

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