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Hybrid Teas

Hybrid Tea roses are easily recognised by their large flowers and pointed buds and are often what people first visualise when thinking about roses. Unlike Floribunda roses which produce clusters of flowers, Hybrid Tea roses tend to produce just a single flower on the end of each stem. Like many modern garden roses Hybrid Teas also have a long flowering period, from early summer until the first frosts of autumn and will benefit from annual pruning and regular feeding with a good rose fertilizer in early spring, early summer and fortnightly liquid feeds throughout the flowering period.
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Twice in a Blue Moon Hybrid Tea Roses

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  1. A Whiter Shade of Pale (Bush Rose)

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    A lovely compact blush pink fragrant rose that flowers all summer into the autumn. Good disease resistance. Learn More
  2. Anna Pavlova (Bush Rose)

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    (Modern Shrub). A sumptuous rose of many petals, soft delicate pink in colour with deeper shadings in the base. A special feature is its very strong scent. The large, globular flowers are carried on a strong neck. Upright growth and dark foliage. Learn More
  3. Blessings (Bush Rose)

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    An outstanding bedding rose of soft coral-pink. Free flowering. Scented. Highly recommended. Learn More
  4. Blessings (Modern Standard Rose)

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    An outstanding bedding rose of soft coral-pink. Free flowering. Scented. Highly recommended. Learn More
  5. Comtesse Vandal (Bush Rose)

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    Unique to us in the UK. (H.T) A very beautiful variety, especially to those who like high centred roses. Orange bud opening to soft salmon with an orange-pink reverse. Scented. Learn More
  6. Cupid (Climbing Rose)

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    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) A superbly formed rose. Large, single, peachy blooms with tawny gold anthers. Worth growing if it only produces one flower per year. Learn More
  7. Dainty Bess (Bush Rose)

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    (H.T) A lovely variety from the 1920's for those who like single roses. Ragged edged petals of soft pink combine with the golden brown stamens to form a lovely flower of some 3 inches across and borne in clusters. Learn More
  8. Donatella (Bush Rose)

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    Large soft apricot-pink quartered blooms with a pleasing perfume that are ideal for cutting. Very hardy on an upright plant. Bred by Meilland. Learn More
  9. Ellen Willmott (Bush Rose)

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    (H.T.) A charming, single variety. Pronounced golden anthers framed by wavy petals of cream and pink. Upright growth. Foliage and stems tinted purple. Learn More
  10. Grace Darling (Bush Rose)

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    (H.T) One of the first H.T's to achieve popularity. Shapely, creamy-white fragrant flowers shaded with pink. Moderately vigorous. Learn More
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