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Anastasia Roses - Even though the rose Anastasia does not carry a fragrance, do not discount its use in cut flower arrangements as the soft tones will likely brighten any room you might place them in.
Arizona Roses - The rose Arizona is a great salmon colored rose that has orange hues and a very strong sweet smelling fragrance. The blooms will be typical in size for a hybrid tea and they will be large and full, having up to 40 petals each.
Auckland Metro Roses - The blooms on Auckland Metro roses will be somewhat smaller than most hybrid tea roses you may be used to, averaging about 3.5 inches in diameter. They will be quite full however with about 40 petals per bloom and each bloom will have a strong fragrance.
Bare Root Roses - Bare root roses are often cheaper and easier to find than those that are already planted and growing in containers. You will also find that your options are usually vaster if you are buying a Bare root plant versus a container rose.
Bewitched Roses - This is a vigorous grower that is very tolerant of the heat. If you provide adequate freeze protection for the rose Bewitched, you can get away with growing this beauty all the way down to zone 4, and anything warmer.
Black Baccara Roses - This popular rose is not actually black at all but rather a deep dark red. First introduced in 2000, this red rose has become extremely popular for cut flower bouquets.
Black Magic Roses - These dark red roses are a gorgeous addition to any garden with their deep red blooms accented with even darker highlights, giving them their unique look.
Brandy Roses - The rose Brandy is a vigorous grower that is unusually tolerant of heat. It is somewhat resistant to diseases with the exception of blackspot, so be sure to take a few extra precautions to keep the leaves dry and healthy.
Broadway Roses - The hybrid tea rose Broadway was first bred in 1985 in the United States by Anthony Perry and it was later introduced to market by Co-Operative Rose Growers. This rose was created by crossing the hybrid tea roses World Peace and Sutter’s Gold. The result is an orange-yellow rose that has strong pink colored highlights.
Cabaret Roses - The blooms on Cabaret roses will be typical for a hybrid tea and will range in size from 4 inches to about 5 inches across. Like most hybrid tea roses, this one is also a repeat bloomer so with proper care you will be rewarded with multiple flushes over the course of a single growing season.
Catalina Roses - Catalina is a rich pink rose, almost salmon colored, that produces nice sized blooms that are between 4 and 5 inches in diameter and have a very strong fragrance. The blooms are only somewhat full however and will have around 25 to 30 petals each.
Charlotte Armstrong Roses - The rose Charlotte Armstrong is exceptionally resistant to diseases and it will do well in zones 6 and warmer. Most often this rose is grown in traditional flower beds, or for cut flower arrangements.
Chicago Peace Roses - This unique pink rose has gigantic 6 inch blooms that start off with yellow centers and blend into an excellent shade of pink petals that are tipped with dark edges.
Chrysler Imperial Roses - The hybrid tea rose Chrysler Imperial was first bred in 1952 in the United States by Dr Walter Lammerts. It was later introduced to market by Germain's. This variety was created by crossing a Charlotte Armstrong rose with the Mirandy hybrid tea rose.
Color Magic Roses - The blooms on Color Magic roses will be a typical size for hybrid teas, about 5 inches in diameter, and they will carry with them a strong fruity fragrance. The blooms will be somewhat full having as many as 30 petals each.
Colour Wonder Roses - The rose Colour Wonder will produce blooms that are typical for a hybrid tea rose, reaching about 4 to 5 inches in diameter. The blooms will be very full with as many as 50 petals each. The plant itself will grow to a height of around 2 to 3 feet tall and it will be very bushy and covered with thorns and prickles.
Crimson Glory Roses - The rose Crimson Glory is a vigorous grower that is a little susceptible to mildew. It also has a much better tolerance for some colder climates and you can grow this rose well in zones 4 and warmer.
Double Delight Roses - This particular variety was created by crossing the two hybrid tea roses Granada and Garden Party. The result is a stunning red and white rose with deep red edges and whose centers often take on a pale yellow hue.
Electron Roses - Electron roses will grow like most hybrid teas and maintain an upright, somewhat modestly bushy shape. You can expect them to grow anywhere from 2 to 4 feet tall, depending on conditions, with a spread of about the same.
Elle Roses - This rose was created by crossing the Purple Splendour rose with a pollen plant created from the Chicago Peace and Parador roses. The result is a unique twist on a classic pink rose, having orange color hues on the reverse side of the petals.
Ferry Porsche Roses - The hybrid tea rose Ferry Porsche was first bred in 1971 in Germany by Reimer Kordes. The Kordes are a famous line of rose breeders out of Germany who began a company of the same name and are credited with offering an almost uncountable number of roses to market.
Fragrant Cloud Roses - Fragrant Cloud roses will stay somewhat compact, growing upwards of about 3 to 5 feet in height. They will stay fairly narrow and only grow about 2 feet across. The blooms on this rose will have quite a few petals, numbering around 35 or so per bloom.
Fragrant Plum Roses - Like most hybrid tea roses, the rose Fragrant Plum is a repeat bloomer so you will have blooms for much of the growing season. This variety is best suited for growing in zones 7 and warmer.
Fred Howard Roses - This vigorous grower tends to have an upright and compact growth habit and it will lend itself well to being grown in a container on your porch or patio. Typical for most hybrid teas, the rose Fred Howard will do well in zones 6 through 9.
Garden Party Roses - This rose was created by crossing the Charlotte Armstrong rose with the hybrid tea Peace rose. The result is a soft white rose that have white centers and often very slight pink edges. The blooms will average just under 5 inches in diameter and will have a very mild fragrance.
Gemini Roses - This rose produces nice, ample 5 inch blooms that are somewhat full with as many as 30 petals each. While the blooms on Gemini roses only have a subtle fragrance, I promise you, what they lack in smell they more than make up for in beauty.
George Dickson Roses - The blooms on George Dickson roses are of an average size for hybrid tea roses, reaching diameters of around 5 inches. The blooms will also be somewhat full, having around 35 to 40 petals per bloom.
Gold Glow Roses - This yellow hybrid tea rose tends to grow smaller than some, only growing about 3 feet tall. It does however produce stunning deep yellow 4 inch diameter blooms.
Gold Medal Roses - Gold Medal roses will grow to heights of anywhere between 3 and 6 feet tall, with a width about 3 feet across. The blooms will be an average size for a hybrid tea rose, about 4 and a half inches in diameter.
Golden Scepter Roses - This variety was created by crossing the Golden Rapture rose with a generic seedling. The result is a deep yellow hybrid tea rose that has a strong rich fragrance and beautiful blooms.
Granada Roses - These roses have a strong fragrance of rose and spices and the plants themselves will grow upwards of about 6 feet tall at full maturity. The blooms will be large and somewhat full, with as many as 30 petals each.
Harmonie Roses - The blooms on Harmonie roses will be typical for hybrid tea roses averaging about 4 to 5 inches in diameter and the blooms will have around 20 or so petals each. The plant itself will be of an average height, growing to about 4 feet tall or so at full maturity.
Headliner Roses - The blooms on Headliner roses will be typical for hybrid tea roses with an average size of around 4 to 5 inches in diameter. The blooms will have a mild fragrance and they will be quite full with as many as 40 petals per bloom.
Honor Roses - While the parentage of this great rose is unknown, it has become extremely popular for its large, classic white blooms that can reach diameters of about 5 inches.
Joanna Hill Roses - This variety was created by crossing the rose Madame Butterfly with a Miss Amelia Gude rose. The result is a pale yellow hybrid tea rose with darker centers that slowly fade to a light cream color as the blooms age.
John F Kennedy Roses - John F Kennedy roses are your standard white hybrid tea roses. The blooms on this variety will get quite large and reach as big as 5.5 inches in diameter. They will have a strong fragrance for a white rose and the blooms will be big and full with as many as 40 or more petals each.
Just Joey Roses - You will often find this rose grown as a border plant and because of its shorter nature, it makes for a fine container rose on your porch or patio. The rose Just Joey will do best if grown in zones 7 through 10.
Medallion Roses - This particular variety was created by crossing the South Seas rose with the rose King’s Ransom. The result is an apricot blended rose that produces absolutely huge blooms that get as big as 7 inches in diameter.
Memorial Day Roses - Memorial Day roses will stay somewhat compact, even at full maturity, only growing to about 4 feet tall or so. The blooms will be typical for a hybrid tea, reaching diameters of around 5 inches across.
Mirandy Roses - This rose is an excellent choice for a container rose where you can bring color and fragrance to your porch or patio area. Like most hybrid teas, the rose Mirandy will do well in zones 5 and warmer.
Mr Lincoln Roses - This extremely hardy rose is also a vigorous grower and produces classic red roses that are not only beautiful but are also big, averaging about 5 inches in diameter.
Neptune Roses - This particular rose was created by crossing a Blue Nile rose with a seed plant from the Blueberry Hill rose, and a Stephens Big Purple rose. The result is a lightly colored lavender rose that has a sweet smelling fragrance.
New Zealand Roses - This rose was created by crossing the Harmonie rose with the Auckland Metro rose, both of which are hybrid tea roses as well. The result is a soft pink rose that produces wonderfully large blooms that have a strong, sweet fragrance.
Nuage Parfume Roses - Nuage Parfume roses will stay somewhat compact, growing upwards of about 3 to 5 feet in height. They will stay fairly narrow and only grow about 2 feet across. The blooms on this rose will have quite a few petals, numbering around 35 or so per bloom.
Oklahoma Roses - Oklahoma roses will grow quite tall for hybrid tea roses, reaching heights up to 8 feet tall at full maturity. They will also spread out to widths of about 4 feet across, so make sure that you choose the location carefully and leave them enough room.
Olympiad Roses - This particular variety was created by combining the Red Planet rose with the hybrid tea rose Pharaoh. The result is a large blooming classic red rose that produces blooms as big as 5.5 inches in diameter.
Paradise Roses - You can expect your Paradise roses to stay fairly compact, only growing about 3 to 4 feet tall at full maturity with a width about half their height. The blooms will grow in small clusters and they will be somewhat full, having about 25 or so petals per bloom.
Pascali Roses - The blooms on Pascali roses will be quite large however they will have little to no fragrance to speak of. The plants themselves can be pruned to stay compact, or you can allow them to grow to their full height of around 7 feet or so at full maturity.
Passion Roses - The rose Passion is a repeat bloomer and with proper care it will provide you with numerous flushes over the course of a single growing season. This rose is grown in both border gardens and in larger flower beds. Its shorter growth habit also makes it a great choice for container growing.
Perfect Moment Roses - These stunning red roses have yellow centers and carry with them a fruity fragrance that is just absolutely delightful. Often grown for use in bouquets.
Perfume Delight Roses - This rose was create by crossing a Peace hybrid tea rose, with a pollen plant created from the Happiness, Chrysler Imperial, and El Capitan roses. The result is a deep pink rose with a strong damask fragrance.
Queen Elizabeth Roses - The rose Queen Elizabeth will grow very tall and reach heights anywhere from 5 to 10 feet tall with a fairly narrow width of about 3 feet across. This rose is both a vigorous grower and very resistant to diseases.
Rose Gaujard - The rose Gaujard is really a gorgeous looking rose with its cherry red petals that have light pink to white centers and a silvery reverse. Each bloom averages about 4 inches.
Spellbinder Roses - The blooms on this rose will have a mild fragrance which makes them a great choice for cut flower arrangements. The plant itself will grow to about 4 or 5 feet tall at full maturity with a width around 2 to 3 feet across.
Sutters Gold Roses - The hybrid tea rose Sutters Gold was first bred in 1950 in the United States by Herbert Swim and later introduced to market by Armstrong Roses. Swim is a famous US rose breeder who constantly strives to create roses that can tolerate warmer temperatures.
Tropicana Roses - This rose will produce very nice blooms that will reach up to about 5 inches in diameter. They will be somewhat full and contain around 30 or so petals each. Tropicana roses have blooms that give off a strong fragrance that will smell like fruit, making it a wonderful choice for cut flower arrangements.
Types of Hybrid Tea Roses - If you are considering adding hybrid tea roses to your garden or landscaping ideas, then you should start with this article to find some great varieties to grow!
Veterans Honor Roses - This award winning rose was Jackson & Perkin's Rose of the Year in 2000. Veterans Honor produces large, 5.5 inch diameter blooms that smell like raspberries.
Voodoo Roses - Voodoo roses will grow up to heights of about 5 feet tall and will have traits much like other hybrid teas. The blooms are big and plentiful and this rose will not only look fantastic in your garden, but it also makes for wonderful cut flowers.
World Peace Roses - The blooms on World Peace roses will be typical for a hybrid tea rose, averaging around 4 inches or so in diameter. The blooms will have a great fruity fragrance and they will be somewhat full with about 30 or so petals each.
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