Hybrid teas are the most widely grown roses today, even though as a type they are little more than a hundred years old. This Hybrid tea rose is long, pointed buds open into 3 to 4 inch double blossoms.
The petals curl back sharply as they open with no fragrance. The upright bushes grow 2 ½ to 4 feet tall. A good white show rose. Introduced in 1955 and became an All American Rose Selection in 1958.
The Hybrid teas owe their popularity to their amazing strong stems and the size and elegance of their individual blossoms.
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