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Celebrating over 50 years of Roses

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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    Kronenbourg (Bush Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    (Hybrid Tea) Unique to us in the UK. 'Flaming Peace'. Sport from 'Peace' with most of that variety's characteristics. Colour crimson flushed silver and yellow blooms. Good, glossy foliage. Hardy. Useful rose as can be used as a hedge, in a pot, for cut flowers and is tolerant of poorer soils. Bred by McGredy.
  • Kronenbourg (Bush Rose)

    (Bush Rose)

    From: £13.50

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    McGredy’s Sunset (Shrub Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    (Hybrid Tea) Full double blooms with orange markings on a yellow background. Good foliage, bushy growth, fragrant. A reintroduction to our catalogue of a well loved colourful old variety. Bred by McGredy.
  • McGredy’s Sunset (Shrub Rose)

    McGredy’s Sunset
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

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