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.
Large flame coloured blooms with golden centres and cherry red edges to the petals. Flowers well into late autumn. Scent is mild fruit and rose. Foliage is dark and glossy with compact growth. Excellent health. Learn More
Masses of elegant, bright, ruby- red, repeat flowering blooms. complimented with dark green, glossy foliage. Lightly scented, ideal for growing in a tub and a good varitey to cut and enjoy inside. Learn More