Red Color George Dickson Rose Flower

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The hybrid tea rose George Dickson

The hybrid tea rose George Dickson

The hybrid tea rose George Dickson was first bred in 1912 in the United Kingdom by Alexander Dickson.  Dickson was a famous rose breeder based out of Northern Ireland who began hybridizing roses back in 1879.The tops of the petals are a bright red scarlet color, while the backs of the petals are a faded maroon color.  The blooms have a strong tea scented fragrance. A blend of crimson, scarlet and brighter shades. Fragrant, very large and double. A weak neck in some weather conditions should not put you off this lovely old variety.

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5 thoughts on “Red Color George Dickson Rose Flower

    v4vikey said:
    September 12, 2016 at 23:18

    Reblogged this on Wallpaper Tadka.

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    John Robinson said:
    May 25, 2014 at 17:11

    Vikey, I hope that giving the names and descriptions of the roses is driving more traffic to your site, because your photos are such excellent examples of the blooms.

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      v4vikey said:
      May 25, 2014 at 21:47

      Yes John, you are right. Thanks for your continuous appreciation and motivation 🙂

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        John Robinson said:
        May 26, 2014 at 18:43

        Let me continue my positive feedback by saying that I LOVE your new banner of yellow roses! It’s beautiful and very professional looking. If I ever get to India, there are 2 blogging friends I’d like to meet: you and Georgie Mathew, an intern in Christian Medical College in Vellore: http://georgiemathew.wordpress.com/ (Your cities are probably 1,000 miles apart.)

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          v4vikey said:
          May 26, 2014 at 20:07

          yeah your most welcome… :-), my city is Chandigarh in North India near to Delhi.

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