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Plants Matching hybrid tea roses

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James H. Schutte

(Chrysler Imperial Rose, Hybrid Tea Rose)

Hybrid tea roses have large, exquisitely fashioned long stemmed flowers that epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners. Throughout the season the cultivar 'Chrysler Imperial' produces highly fragrant, fully double (45 petals), red roses that assume a bluish tint as they age. These appear above dark green, glossy foliage.

Hybrid tea roses are relatively cold hardy and thrive best in temperate climates with enough winter chill to allow them to go dormant. They like full sun and moist, fertile,...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Tea Rose, Mister Lincoln Rose)

Hybrid tea roses have large, exquisitely fashioned long stemmed flowers that epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners. The cultivar 'Mister Lincoln' produces large, fully double (25-40 petals), dark red flowers that have a sweet, fruity scent. It is very vigorous and its blooms make exceptional cut flowers.

This rose is relatively cold hardy and grows best in temperate climates with enough winter chill to allow for dormancy. Like most roses, it prefers full to part sun, moist, perfectly...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hybrid Tea Rose, Perfume Delight Rose)

Hybrid tea roses are the divas of the garden. Their large, exquisitely fashioned flowers appear on long stems and epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners. From summer to fall, 'Perfume Delight' produces pointed buds that open to show double, deep pink flowers with a spicy-sweet damask fragrance.

This rose is relatively cold hardy and prefers sites with full sun and moist, fertile, well drained soil, with minimal competition from other plant roots. Tea roses make superb cut flowers and look...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Tea Rose, Peace Rose)

Hybrid tea roses are the divas of the garden. Their large, exquisitely fashioned flowers appear on long stems and epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners. The popular and highly rated cultivar 'Peace' is vigorous and produces large, double flowers that are yellow with pink edges. These are only mildly fragrant and appear above glossy dark green foliage. Hybrid tea roses are relatively cold hardy and thrive best in temperate climates with enough winter chill to allow them to go dormant. They...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Tea Rose)

Hybrid tea roses have large, exquisitely fashioned long stemmed flowers that epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners. The Veteran’s Honor® rose, cultivar 'Jacopper', is a large-flowered selection valued for its beauty, vigor, and adaptability to hot summer climates. Throughout the growing season, it bears large double red flowers that develop pink undertones as they age. These have a sweet raspberry fragrance.

This relatively cold hardy rose prefers temperate climates with enough winter...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Tea Rose)

Hybrid tea roses are the divas of the garden. Their large, exquisitely fashioned flowers appear on long stems and epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners. From late spring to fall, the cultivar 'John F. Kennedy' produces lovely, fully double (40-45 petals), white flowers that are highly fragrant. Spent flowers should be removed to encourage continued blooming.

This rose is relatively cold hardy and grows best in temperate climates with enough winter chill to allow for dormancy. Like most...

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Mark A. Miller

(Diana Princess of Wales Rose, Hybrid Tea Rose)

Hybrid tea roses are the divas of the garden. Their exquisitely fashioned, long stemmed flowers epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners.

Throughout the growing season Diana Princess of Wales™ rose produces many sweetly scented, fully double (extra petals), ivory flowers with a pink blush. These have exceptionally long, sturdy stems, so they are ideal for cutting.

This relatively cold hardy rose grows best in temperate climates with enough winter chill to allow for dormancy. Like most...

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Jackson & Perkins® Company

(Color Me Pink Rose, Hybrid Tea Rose)

Hybrid tea roses are the divas of the garden. Their exquisitely fashioned, long-stemmed flowers epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners. The sweet cultivar Color Me Pink™ is unusual because it produces both clustered and single stemmed roses.

This hardy rose is an upright deciduous shrub with thorns. It is everblooming and has compound leaves that are glossy and dark to medium green. Its beautiful roses are fully double and pink with cream undersides.

Color Me Pink™ is a moderately...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hybrid Tea Rose, Tropicana Rose)

Hybrid tea roses have large, exquisitely fashioned long stemmed flowers that epitomize the ideal "rose" for many gardeners. From spring to autumn, the vigorous cultivar 'Tropicana', also known as 'Super Star', produces pointed buds that open to show fully double flowers of coral-orange that offer a tangy citrus-like fragrance.

Hybrid tea roses are relatively cold hardy and thrive best in temperate climates with enough winter chill to allow them to go dormant. They like full sun and moist, fertile,...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Tea Rose, Kentucky Derby Hybrid Tea Rose)

The extra large, fully double blooms of Kentucky Derby™ are deep velvety red and fragrant. This vigorous rose was introduced in 1972 by Armstrong Nurseries, Inc and has strong stems lined with sharp woody thorns. Its compound leaves are semi-glossy, leathery and deep green. From late spring to frost, it offers double blooms that are deep red and have a sweet fragrance. Tea roses bloom with greater vigor if the spent flowers are removed.

Roses prefer full to partial sun, moderate temperatures...