Pink Color Rose Flower

But it’s the rose for me!

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rose for me!

But it’s the rose for me!

Roses in the winter time
Roses in the fall
The roses in my garden
Are the nicest of them all

Some prefer the jasmines
The champaks on the tree
Or the lilies in the pool
But it’s the rose for me!

by Swapna Dutta

Pink color rose flower

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Pink rose color flower

Moms Rose Hybrid Tea Rose Flower

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Hybrid Tea Rose Flower

Mom’s Rose Hybrid Tea Rose

Pink blend.  Flowers smoky pink with pastel shading.  Mild, fruity fragrance.  35 petals.  Large, full (26-40 petals), borne mostly solitary, classic hybrid tea, exhibition bloom form.  Blooms in flushes throughout the season.  Medium, upright.  Medium, semi-glossy, medium green foliage.

Chinese Old Blush Rose – the first East Asian rose cultivar to reach Europe

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Chinese Old Blush Rose

Chinese Old Blush Rose

Rosa ‘Old Blush’, also known as ‘Parsons’ Pink China’, ‘Old Blush China’, ‘Old China Monthly’ etc., is a China rose derived from Rosa chinesis, and is generally accepted as the first East Asian rose cultivar to reach Europe. It is recorded in Denmark in 1752 and England in 1793, but was probably cultivated in China for several centuries

‘Old Blush’ has light silvery pink semi-double flowers of medium size, that darken as they age. They have a light to strong tea fragrance, a cupped to flat bloom form, and an average diameter of 7 centimeters (2.8 in).The red buds appear in clusters almost continuously from early June to the first frost – in warmer regions even throughout the year, and can develop to small, red rose hips.

The shrub has an arching from, few prickles and mid-green leaves that have a crimson color when young. It grows 100 to 150 centimeters (3.3 to 4.9 ft) tall and about 90 to 120 centimeters (3.0 to 3.9 ft) wide, tolerates half shade, poor soils, and is winter hardy down to -18 °C (USDA zone 6 to 7). The cultivar can be trained as a small climber, reaching up to 2.5 meters (8.2 ft) height.

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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.

Bonica is a pink color hybrid Tea Rose Flower

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 Bonica Pink Rose Flower

Bonica is a hybrid Tea Rose Flower

Bonica is a lovely shrub rose that produces large continuous clusters of candy-pink double blooms with a light fragrance.  Bonica Rose needs a moderate amount of maintenance, so some level of previous experience comes in handy when growing this plant.

The Attractive Sweet Surrender Pink Rose.

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Sweet Surrender Pink Hybrid Tea Rose

Sweet Surrender Pink Hybrid Tea Rose

A new-fashioned rose with old-fashioned appeal. Surrender your senses to the lavish old-rose perfume saturating each large glistening clear pink flower. The big pointed buds open to irresistible very double blossoms similar to Grandma’s beloved cabbage roses. the attractive vigorous bush robes itself with dark green foliage. Long stems.

Ispahan Rose was introduced in the UK by Norah Lindsay.

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Ispahan Rose Flower

Ispahan Rose Flower

‘Ispahan’, also known as ‘Rose d’Ispahan’ and ‘Pompon des Princes’, is a clear pink, half-open kind of Damask rose, a type of garden roses introduced from the Middle East in European breeding during the crusading 13th century. Its origin is unclear – it was introduced in the UK by the garden designer Norah Lindsay (1873–1948), but was probably developed in the early 19th century – probably in Persia. The cultivar is named ‘Ispahan’ after the city Isfahan in Iran, renown for its gardens and roses, where the cultivar was apparently discovered in a garden.