the world famous Chicago Peace Rose Flower in pink color

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Chicago Peace Rose

Hybrid Tea. A color sport of the world-famous rose “Peace”. The very large flowers are an exciting blend of pink, yellow and orange. It is a handsome plant, which grows up to 4 feet. The flowers have up to 45 petals with a light, slightly fruity, fragrance. Good disease resistance.

ne of the Most Colorful Hybrid Tea Roses

The Peace Rose is famous for…
• vibrant, multicolored double-blooms
• brilliant flowers that last all summer
• one of the few fragrant hybrid tea roses
• inducted into the World Federation of Rose Society Hall of Fame in 1976
The Peace Rose is a beautiful blend of yellow, orange, pink and white. It is a hybrid tea with an incredible show of color that lasts from late spring to early summer. The blooms are big and plentiful, growing up to 6 inches wide!
These showy blooms are incredibly fragrant… one of the few hybrid tea roses that gives you such an amazing scent. They make wonderful cut flower arrangements since they are so fragrant, colorful, and grow on long stems. Thrives in growing zones 5-9.
Peace Roses are also gaining popularity as container-grown plants as well. You often see them in pots on patios, giving your back yard color and a sweet scent. The Peace Rose has glossy, dark green foliage and grows to about 3 to 4 feet tall with a width of about 2 to 3 feet.

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6 thoughts on “the world famous Chicago Peace Rose Flower in pink color

    v4vikey said:
    September 28, 2016 at 21:19

    Reblogged this on Wallpaper Tadka.

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    Tanveer Rauf said:
    November 19, 2014 at 22:54

    informative and beautiful to eyes and soul equally:) thanks for enlightening

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    John Robinson said:
    November 19, 2014 at 17:39

    Just radiant against the dark background, Vikey.

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