Exotic, Silvery Blue BloomsYou really won’t believe your eyes when the first bloom opens on your Blue Girl Hybrid Tea Rose (Rosa sp. ‘Blue Girl’). You can’t capture it in photos and can barely describe it in words. Opening from dark buds, the huge five and a half inch flowers have petals that are a silvery-lavender, turning into a gray-blue as the flower ages. This is the closest to a true-blue that has ever been achieved in rose breeding!Combining the breathtaking color with the amazing rose/lilac scent, you’d think these beauties are fussy and hard to care for. You’d be wrong! These hybrid teas are disease resistant and vigorous bloomers. They have long strong stems, too, making them perfect cut flowers for jaw-dropping arrangements.You definitely want to plant these where they will be seen, and you’ll want to plant more than one. (They look great in three’s and five’s.) These will be the show-stoppers in your rose garden and cut flower displays. Combine them with other flowers in reds and yellows for a fresh, modern take in the garden or the vase.These do sell out quickly because of their unique color. Don’t wait too late to order yours. Your Blue Girl will come to you in a HUGE 3 gallon size. Nature Hills is the only online nursery that sells these in the 3 gallon size, too. You won’t be getting a bare root or puny plant in a small container. These beauties come ready to plant and THRIVE because of their healthy size. Order today! Don’t wait!* Rare rose color * Hardy and disease resistant * Unreal cut flower * Huge three gallon size.
The Rose, Strike It Rich™ GR PP19144, ‘Rosa sp. ‘WEKbepmey’, is an upright and vigorous growing rose with large, double, golden yellow flowers that are kissed with orange-pink highlights. The flowers are long-lived and retain their blend of gold, orange and red tones to the very end. The dark green foliage and red stems make this variety stand out. It is strongly fragrant and naturally disease resistant. This true grandiflora bears loads of long-stemmed blossoms. This rose was a AARS 2007 award winner. Grandiflora roses produce tall elegant plants that bloom repeatedly during the season and they generally feature clustered blossoms with stems which are slightly shorter than those of hybrid tea roses..
One of the Best Yellow Roses Around!Gold Medal is a Grandiflora rose with exceptional color and long-lasting blooms. It would make an outstanding addition to your rose garden, or greet your guests with sunshine by placing one near your front door or patio.A rose with hints of copper-orange shading at first bloom, Gold Medal is a sight to see! Maturing to a stunning yellow-gold hue, this remarkable rose is sure to become one of your favorite plantings this summer. Gold Medal’s 6-inch blossoms are offset by dark green, elegantly-toothed foliage. The blooms tend to appear in small clusters throughout the season, and you’ll adore the sweet, spicy-fruit scent of each blossom.Gold Medal Rose will reach 4-5 feet in height with a 3-foot spread. It has an upright, bushy habit and is semi-thornless so you won’t have to worry about being pricked when gardening. Gold Medal is a hardy rose, heat tolerant and disease resistant. A beautiful rose with vigorous growth and a hardy nature, Gold Medal performs like a winner in all kinds of conditions. It’s sure to become a champion in your garden this year!* Bright blooms * Fragrant * Semi-thornless * Hardy* Disease Resistant.
The Rose Livin’ Easy produces waves of fragrant, double, apricot, orange and yellow blossoms with a hint of pink. The foliage is a very glossy green that looks great even without its beautiful flowers. The Livin’ Easy rose is easy to care for, is very hardy, and disease resistant. The showy flowers will light up a landscape and it blends beautifully with other colors. This rose is very consistent in all climates and is great in the landscape or in mass plantings..
The Grandiflora Rose, Love, ‘ Rosa sp. ‘JACtwin’, produces a bi-colored bloom that are scarlet red and have a silvery white reverse. This rose also has a light, spicy fragrance and is disease resistant. These roses are quite thorny but they make up for the thorns by lasting a long time on the plant or in a vase. Grandiflora roses produce tall elegant plants that bloom repeatedly during the season and they generally feature clustered blossoms with stems which are slightly shorter than those of hybrid tea roses..
The Rose, Touch of Class™ Hybrid Tea, ‘Rosa sp. ‘KRIcarlo’, is a glowing coral pink hybrid tea with long stems that are perfect for cutting. The coral pink blooms with the creamy reverse are delightful to behold. This plant blooms all season long and produces flowers that are large and with a slight fragrance. The deep green foliage has mahogany colored new growth. These roses grow into sturdy, upright plants. They bloom continuously or in flushes throughout the growing season.The Touch of Class rose has been awarded as the All America Rose Selection in 1986. Hybrid tea roses are the most popular class of roses..
The Chuckles rose is a hardy Canadian-bred shrub rose that can be grown as a small bush or used as a flowering hedge. This plant also is great for cut flowers. 1 cane from the Chuckles rose can fill a large vase!Chuckles roses bloom in clusters. The blooming clusters can be so large that they cover the foliage. The double fuchsia blooms are 2½” across and have a moderate fragrance. The blooms carry 11 petals each.This plant exhibits dark green foliage until fall and then it turns yellow. Chuckles develops red hips and they persist until late fall. The birds love the rose hips!Use this plant for general gardening, mass planting, and hedges or screens.* Repeat bloomer* Winter interest (hips).
The Hybrid Tea Rose ‘Fragrant Cloud’, Rosa sp. ‘Fragrant Cloud’, is one of the best loved roses of the Twentieth Century! The flowers are captivating with an unusual coral-red to geranium red color; with 30 petals that form a double well-shaped flower. It also has extremely intoxicating fragrant blooms as one would expect from a rose that was bred from ‘Prima Ballerina’; makes excellent cut flowers for bouquets. Very quick to rebloom, this rose does not fade like others do and grows on a shrub that has leaves that are large, rich and glossy with a dark green color; plant is short and requires an extra shot of fertilizer to get stems long enough to show. Plant in flowerbeds and borders where the huge blossoms keep sunny beds alive with exciting color and a tantalizing tangerine-orange scent all summer!.
The Rose, Tropicana Hybrid Tea, Rosa sp. ‘Tropicana’, produces beautiful orange-red flowers with a wonderful scent. The rose blooms grow on long stems that are perfect for cutting. The foliage of the plant is dark green and glossy and has large leaves. It has won numerous awards including the Royal National Rose Society Gold Medal 1960, Royal National Rose Society President’s International Trophy 1960, Bagatelle(Paris) Gold Medal 1960, and the Hague Gold Medal. Hybrid tea roses are the most popular class of roses. These roses grow into sturdy, upright plants. They bloom continuously or in flushes throughout the growing season. *Fragrant*Blooms All Season*Blooms on Long Stems.
The Rose, Tahitian Sunset Hybrid Tea PPAF, ‘Rosa sp. ‘JACgodde’, produces roses colored with peach, yellow and pink blooms with a wonderful fragrance. The large, licorice-scented blooms with dazzling coloration intensifies in the summer sun.The Tahitian Sunset rose has earned the 2006 AARS award and the Rose Hills International Trials gold medal. This tall, well-balanced plant has excellent blackspot resistance. It is a fantastic and rapid rebloomer. Tahitian Sunset is constantly in flower, providing garden color and fragrance all season. These roses grow into sturdy, upright plants. They bloom continuously or in flushes throughout the growing season.Hybrid tea roses are the most popular class of roses..
The Rose ‘Crimson Bouquet’, Rosa sp. ‘Crimson Bouquet’, produces brilliant clusters of bright red flowers that are offset by glossy deep green foliage. The plant is well shaped and not as tall as most grandiflora, but is way above average with its resistance to common rose diseases. The red rose flowers are double and large, about four inches across, with a petal count of 20-35. The ‘Crimson Bouquet’ rose blooms with profusion all season long until frost. It is also extremely cold hardy and thrives in hot climates as well. ‘Crimson Bouquet’ is hardy and has 14 to 18 inch stems that make this rose a garden must! The petals are thick and velvety which makes them last a long time on the bush. Plant some of these red rose bushes in your garden so you can enjoy a colorful landscape, and also create a fantastic bouquet of rose!.
One of the Best Bi-Color Roses AvailableGemini Tea Rose is an award-winning, hybrid tea rose variety with bi-tone color. Sprinkle a few through your mixed border, or perhaps your cutting garden. Gemini will ensure a steady source of exquisite flowers for your home all summer long. Just as the Gemini Zodiac signifies twins, your Gemini Tea Rose features a dual nature in its remarkable blend of colors. The creamy double blooms appear in early summer with raspberry-kissed edges that age over time to shades of coral pink. The effect of the transitioning colors is stunning on the large, double blossoms (with their petal count of 30 or more). Cut a few, or enjoy them in the yard, as they repeat their luscious bloom throughout summer and even into fall. Gemini’s subtle fragrance is pleasingly sweet, an added treat to the already captivating beauty of the blooms…and a strong draw for your yard’s pollinators. The glossy, dark green foliage and stems add the perfect framework for this remarkable rose variety.Gemini Tea Rose will grow 4 feet high with a 5-foot spread. It has an upright form and vigorous growth rate. Gemini is also disease resistant and works well in a sunny, garden plot or in a container on the front porch. The flowers are even durable enough to work well as a cut flower, so you can enjoy your Gemini Tea Rose both inside and out.There are so many rose varieties to choose from, but Gemini certainly stands out among the more common choices with its captivating bi-color blooms and prolific nature. It will not only brighten your summer landscape, but take you right up until the first frost!* Lovely, fragrant flowers* Repeating bloom* Disease resistant* Works well in containers* Great cut flower.
Brilliant Multi-Colored RosesRio Samba is a hybrid Tea Rose known for its large roses of exceptional beauty. Plant one as a central focal point in your rose garden for its unusual color, or several along your front porch as a conversation-starter for guests.Your Rio Samba Tea Rose will astound you when its Scarlet-tipped, yellow blooms appear each summer. The intensity of each 6-inch bloom increases as the flower matures, and is sure to draw you in for a closer look.The 30-petaled flowers slowly transition to increasing shades of red and yellow until the rose is a profusion of red/orange delight. The effect must be seen to be believed! This rose grows full and lush, with glossy, bright green leaves and a subtle, sweet fragrance.Rio Samba Tea Rose will grow up to 5 feet tall, with a slightly spreading habit. It’s considered hardier than some other roses and relatively disease resistant. The blooms start and stop throughout the season, or bloom continuously depending upon the conditions.Rio Samba is a 1993 AARS award winning rose, and it’s clear to see why. If you love roses, you won’t want to miss having one of these uniquely-colored, one-of-a-kind rose bushes for your own landscape.* Multi-colored flowers * Disease resistant * Terrific cut flower.
The Rose, St. Patrick Hybrid Tea PP9591, ‘Rosa sp. ‘Wekamanda’ produces wonderful yellow roses with green undertones. The flowers are fragrant are they bloom summer through fall. They love the heat.It is another AARS winner.Use this plant in beds, borders, containers, in hedges, or as a specimen. These roses grow into sturdy, upright plants. They bloom continuously or in flushes throughout the growing season. The blooms are slow to open and they last a long time as a cut flower.Hybrid tea roses are the most popular class of roses. .
The Hybrid Tea Rose ‘King’s Ransom’, Rosa sp. ‘Kings Ransom’, produces urn-shaped to cupped, fully double, lightly scented yellow flowers with leathery, glossy, dark green leaves. Blooming from July to September, ‘King’s Ransom is a vigorous, repeat-flowering, bush rose that is perfect for a sunny border. This popular variety is a well-branched bush with beautiful blooms that maintain their color well. Perfect for growing in an open, sunny area, the stunning, sweetly scented blooms stand up to wet and windy weather; and make excellent cut-flowers. ‘King’s Ransom’ is one of the best deep yellow Hybrid Teas! It should be planted during a frost-free period and lots of well-rotted, organic matter should be incorporated into the planting hole. Plant in a fertile, moist, well-drained soil..