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Hybrid Tea Rose - any ideas?

Posted by wasted_wages Ont-Zone 3 (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 13, 10 at 19:23

I posted this on the general rose forum.. Then realized you guys had a specific spot just for identifying roses :). Sry I am new...

I bought this hybrid tea at a local garden center, all they could tell me was that it was a Hybrid Tea but they weren't sure what color it would end up because it was all just buds and they had lost the label.
It's about 2.5ft tall and has 7 blooms and about 20 more buds ready to open... It has really lush green leaves with a slightly red tinge to them.

It's a light pink with big globe like flowers. I absoloutly love this rose. I hope someone can tell me what it is! And maybe some care tips :). I definately don't want to kill it and this is my first rose ever.

I am going to attempt to upload some pics, hope they work :)


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RE: Hybrid Tea Rose - any ideas?

Hybrid Tea bush

Partially opened bloom

Hybrid Tea, fully open


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RE: Hybrid Tea Rose - any ideas?

  • Posted by roselvr 6B Lower S.Jersey (My Page) on
    Sun, Jun 20, 10 at 16:21

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RE: Hybrid Tea Rose - any ideas?

  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Mon, Jun 21, 10 at 11:37

Does look a good bit like SEXY REXY, altho it's a floribunda, not a HT. And the bloom size looks too big for it. But I think that's a pretty good guess anyway.


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RE: Hybrid Tea Rose - any ideas?

I have Sexy Rexy and the bloom shape is right but the foliage is wrong compared to mine. Mine has a lot of tiny, shiny foliage. I agree the blooms are too big.

Maybe an Austin?


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RE: Hybrid Tea Rose - any ideas?

Looks like very much like Aloha (Boerner 1949). Worth checkin out :-)


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