yellow white Roses
A famous parent of today’s yellow roses, and one which should be in every collector’s garden. Chrome yellow, very double flowers on short stems bloom all along canes that are the reddish brown common in this class of roses. Moderately thorny. The licorice scent is also typical of the class, the same as Austrian Copper and Harison’s Yellow, which are both close relatives.
Formerly known as ‘Peaudouce’; ‘Elina’ is one of the healthiest Hybrid Tea roses. The pale primrose-yellow flowers are in the form of very large, delicately refined blooms. They are borne singly on a strong, extremely healthy, bushy plant. There is a slight fragrance.