Rose Hybrid Tea Collection

  • Rose Blue Moon
  • Rose Fragrant Cloud
  • Rose Pascali
  • Rose Peace
  • Rose Lovers Meeting
  • Rose Double Delight
  • Rose Ruby Wedding
  • Rose Sunblest
  • Rose Wendy Cussons
  • Rose Harry Wheatcroft

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Two-year-old bare-rooted plants
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  • Suitable for planting in sunny and partially shaded locations
  • Suitable for growing in pots and containers
  • Excellent for cut flowers
  • Summer flowering time
  • GREEN foliage colour
  • MIXED flowering Colour

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Product Description

Our exciting collection of ten Hybrid Tea Roses include some of the most popular varieties on the market, known for producing huge colourful blooms. These exquisite varieties of Hybrid Tea Roses produce sophisticated, slightly frilled double blooms that sit on tall, single stems and are surrounded by lustrous green foliage. These wonderful flowers look great when cut as part of a display to be enjoyed within the home or planted along the front of garden borders or patio containers where their charming sweet fragrance can be enjoyed. The collection includes one each of Blue Moon (silvery blue), Fragrant Cloud, Pascali, Peace, Lovers Meeting, Double Delight, Ruby Wedding, Sunblest, Wendy Cussons, and Harry Wheatcroft. Top-quality two-year-old bare rooted plants are supplied.

Plant Size

Mature Height 100 cm
Mature Spread 75 cm
Plant Spacing 100 cm

Planting Notes

Planting Plant in a hole large enough to take the roots when fully outspread.
Soil Type Fertile, humus rich and well drained soil

Planting & Growing Instructions

It is vital that roses are planted firmly, to ensure that winds will not damage or disrupt the roots. Apply a balanced fertiliser every 3-4 weeks in the spring/summer and it is also recommended that you apply a mulch in the winter for protection.Can be pruned back to remove any dead wood or growth.It is best to plant roses in winter or early spring, provided there is little frost. To plant, dig a hole large enough to take the roots when fully outspread. Distribute the roots evenly around the hole and put in a little fine soil to which hasbeen added a small amount of bonemeal. Fill in a further 5cm of ordinary soil over the roots and tread in firmly. Generally speaking the depth of planting roses will vary between 10-20cm, but examination of the plants should let you know quiteclearly the depth to plant.