American Heritage Rose

The American Heritage rose has exceptionally long pointed buds that open into high-centered flowers 3 to 5 inches across.
The lushly doubled blooms have 50 to 60 petals each that are ivory at the base blending into salmon, with edges that turn darker as it ages. The do not have a fragrance and are compact moderate-blooming bush 2 ½ to 4 feet tall. Introduced in 1965 and became an All-America Rose selection in 1966. is a Hybrid tea rose.
Hybrid teas are the most widely grown roses today, even though as a type they are little more than a hundred years old. They owe their popularity to their amazing color range, their long, strong stems, the size and elegance of their individual blossoms, the fragrance of many varieties, and their ability to bloom abundantly and almost continuously from spring until frost.

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