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.