types of roses by color
Dublin Bay Red Hybrid Tea Rose Flower
This rose does well in both cool and hot weather and can be trained as a pillar rose. Dublin Bay is a large-flowered, true red climber.
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.
Atlantic Star Rose Flower
A LOVELY FASHIONABLE COLOR – SOFT GLOWING SALMON.THE FLOWERS ARE LARGE FOR A FLORIBUNDA, BEAUTIFULLY FORMED AND CARRIED IN LARGE CLUSTERS ON A VIGOROUS GROWING BUSH, WELL CLOTHED WITH DENSE DARK GREEN FOLIAGE. MEDIUM HEIGHT AND SCENTED WITH A HIGH RESISTANCE TO DISEASE. ATLANTIC STAR’ IS A BUSHY, DECIDUOUS SHRUB WITH THORNY STEMS BEARING PINNATE LEAVES WITH GLOSSY, TOOTHED, DARK GREEN LEAFLETS AND CLUSTERS OF LIGHTLY FRAGRANT, DOUBLE, SALMON-PINK FLOWERS FROM LATE SPRING INTO AUTUMN.
Double Delight Hybrid Tea Rose Bud
Nicely formed cream with strawberry markings that invade the outer ring of petals as they unfold, becoming more pronounced as the summer wears on. It not only deserves its place on the show table but also makes a dramatic cut flower with its intensely fragrant profusion. The plants are medium to tall, slightly spreading and quick to repeat.