Hybrid Tea Roses
Unfading tomato-red sparkles in the sun enhanced by deeper velvet tones as the blooms mature.
Pointed buds open slowly to large, double blooms. Flowers borne on long, straight stems & in candelabra type clusters. She creates a colour sensation in the garden and in the vase.
Slight but distinct fragrance is a bonus. A superb performer.
A powerful performer with blooms of a fascinating blend of bronze in the bud stage, mingling with old gold as the petals unfold with a touch of clear yellow at each base. The medium sized buds are pointed and develop slowly into star shaped, deep centred blooms, becoming a perfect hide-away and source of food for bees. These blooms, one to each slender stem, are produced in an incredible abundance in a candelabra fashion. Growing to about head height, their dominant colour will irresistibly draw one’s eyes to admire such splendour. Truly an easy rose to grow.
White on pearl-pink, lace on satin, a treasure lifts her veil for all to acclaim her beauty.
The bud is long & bold, supported adequately by a firm neck & provided with the carefully crafted filigree collar of 5 jade green sepals; exquisite, large, delicate pink blooms borne on long pickable, thornless stems.
The bush is vigorous. Plant in beds or in pots.
An 1992 All American Award Winner.
Large buds develop into symmetrically shaped blooms with high centres.
The colour is cream-yellow at the base with blends of pink, coral & orange appearing at different stages as the bloom is exposed to sun.
The dense bushes are vigorous, covered with large, leathery, grey-green foliage.
An excellent exhibition rose.
The medium sized buds are sharply pointed & open into an immaculate star shape, with each of the petals curling into
a sharp point as it unfolds & reflexes.
The colour is a most unusual brown.
The stems are straight with few prickles & well balanced to the size of the blooms.
The bush freely produces superb long lasting cut flowers.
This is one of the commercial cut rose varieties which performs well in a garden.
The vigorous, tall growing bushes produce masses of long stemmed, huge, deep pink blooms.
It is a pleasure to have this rose in a garden.
The African sky has enchanted many, transforming its silver-blue hue into a sunset of fire.
This rose is unequalled in its radiance of colour: shades of lavender, purple, bright pink & ruby-red emerge as long, pointed buds open.
Blooms retain colour & are fragrant; produced on fairly long, strong stems.
Deep, glossy green foliage forms background to most fascinating rose.
Strong, tall & bushy growing plants produce large, very full & double blooms on sturdy stems.
These blooms, many of superb exhibition quality, are bright salmon & cream on reverse of petals, which is then
suffused with salmon-pink.
Ruggedness of the bush renders it an ideal rose to perform without fuss in every garden.
(Also known as Cary Grant).
Shapely, medium sized blooms; basic carmine-red in colour with irregular white stripes.
Moderately vigorous growth.Plant Height: Hip HeightColours: Pink , Red , White , Striped Uses: Bedding, Cut-flowers
A charming rose which thrives in a hot climate.
The firm buds open slowly to expose a warm, deep apricot with a yellow reverse.
The long lasting blooms appear in candelabra clusters as well as singly on ‘cuttable’ stems.
It rivals floribundas in sheer flowering ability.