Introduced - 1947
This name has been named in observance of Jackson and Perkins Company's seventy-fifth anniversary. In fact, Jackson and Perkins Company is the biggest rose nursery in the United States.
The color of the flowers of 'Diamond Jubilee' varies from buff yellow to apricot. Each bloom of this hybrid tea rose measures anything between 5 inches and 6 inches and is composed of as many as 30 to 45 petals. The flowers have a pleasant fruity fragrance.
The blooms are cupped and have a decorative shape. The plants are compact and grow up to a height of 3 feet to 4 feet, while the leaves are dark green and have a leathery texture.
There was a time when this rose was classified as a floribunda because its blooming features are similar to floribundas as the flowers usually appear in sprays.
Introduced - 1984
Similar to the rose's show-business namesake, 'Dolly Parton' is larger than life, bearing huge double flowers, each measuring anything between 6 inches and 7 inches in diameter.
The flowers last for a very long time and, hence, they are excellent for use as cut flowers. The blooms of 'Dolly Parton' have an extraordinarily strong and spicy fragrance.
The radiant orange-red blooms of 'Dolly Patron' create an attractive contrast against the plant's deep green, somewhat glossy leaves. The plants of this rose variety grow up to a height of 4 feet.
It is, however, unfortunate that the production of flowers can be meagre. At the same time, the plants are tender and susceptible to mildew.
Introduced - 1977
'Double Delight' is known as a chameleon hybrid tea rose. The buds of this variety unfurl into creamy white blooms with the edges having strawberry hue. Subsequently, the petals of this rose become darker red gradually.
The flowers have a spicy fragrance and they repeat all through the growing season. The flowers last for a long time and, hence, they are excellent as cut flowers.
Since the blooms of 'Double Delight' are so outstanding and gaudy, some rose lovers may say that it is not easy to integrate this rose into their garden. However, 'Double Delight' is not striking when it is grown in the landscape. In the Southeast, this rose is said to be among the best performing hybrid tea roses.
Introduced - 1960
The flowers of 'Duet' usually appear in sprays and have a prolonged vase life. Hence, the blooms are excellent for use as cut flowers. The flowers of this rose variety have a dusty coral-pink hue with deeper tones on the reverse side of the petals.
Each flower measures about 4 inches across and is composed of anything between 25 and 35 petals. The form of the flowers is informal and decorative and they are fragrant.
The plants of this rose grows up to a height of 4 ½ inches to 5 ½ inches. The leaves of 'Duet' are holly-like, medium green and have a leathery texture.
Introduced - 1989
'Dynasty' rose bears bright orange blooms with a sporadic yellow hue on the reverse side of its petals. Each flower of this hybrid tea rose measures about 4 inches to 5 inches in diameter and is composed of 30 petals.
The long cutting stems of 'Dynasty' are the plants' most exceptional feature. The plants of this rose variety usually grow up to a height of 5 feet.
Introduced - 1970
In Europe, people often refer 'Electron' rose as 'Mullard Jubilee' to honour an electronics company. The blooms of this hybrid tea rose have a rich, deep, radiant electric pink hue and they are heavily fragrant.
The flowers have a circular shape and each bloom measures about 5 inches in diameter when fully open and is composed of anything between 30 and 35 petals. The plant repeats its blooms quickly all through the summer.
The leaves of 'Electron' are average green and have a leathery texture. The canes produce too many thorns. The plants are compact and somewhat compact growing up to a height of 2 ½ inches to 3 ½ inches.
This makes the 'Electron' rose plants an excellent selection for growing in front of a bed. In addition, the plants of this rose variety are winter hardy.
Introduced - 1985
'Elina' rose (also referred to as 'Peaudouce') bears large, double flowers with delicate light yellow to ivory color. The flowers have a beautiful form and are borne constantly all through the growing season.
Each flower of 'Elina' rose comprises about 35 petals and they emit a light scent. The leaves of this hybrid tea variety are dark green, glossy and large, creating a striking foil for the blooms.
The plants of 'Elina' rose have a vigorous growth and have an upright habit. The flowers are borne abundantly on long, straight stems, making 'Elina' a wonderful source for cut flowers. While this rose is resistant to diseases and hardy as well, it is rather prone to mildew.
Introduced - 1970
This rose produces elegant large pointed buds that unfurl into high-centered, double blooms with rosy pink hue, while their centers have an ivory color. The individual flower measures anything between 5 inches and 6 inches and is composed of about 25 to 35 petals.
The mildly fragrant flowers may be borne singly or even appear in small clusters on tough stems. The leaves of 'First Prize' rose are dark green and have a leathery texture.
This hybrid tea rose grows upright and may be very effectual when grown in a garden bed or a border, where the plants will bear copious flowers all through the summer.
The typical form the large buds of 'First Prize' rose as well as its open flowers along with their long vase life makes the blossoms a perfect choice for use as cut flowers and also exhibitions. However, this rose is rather tender, but possesses the ability to resist black spot well.
Introduced - 1978
'Flaming Beauty' is considered to be among the best commercial roses that have been bred by an amateur hybridizer. The flowers of this rose are perfect, high-centered and have a yellow hue touched with reddish orange.
The radiantly hued double blooms measure about 4 inches in diameter. The plants of 'Flaming Beauty' grow up to a height of anything between 3 feet and 4 feet and have a somewhat spreading habit.
They are very winter hardy, but may be susceptible to mildew. So you need to be cautious if you plan to grow this rose.
Introduced - 1977
Since long, one of the specialities of the German rose nursery Wilhelm Kordes Söhne has been breeding flowers that are vigorous as well as tough and, at the same time, beautiful. In fact, 'Folklore' rose is one of the best examples of the roses bred at this nursery.
This hybrid tea rose has a partially climbing habit, which makes it a wonderful selection to grow in the form of a tall barrier or hedge. Since 'Folklore' tends to bloom later in the growing season compared to other hybrid tea roses and also because it produces a good repeat during the fall, it helps to prolong the blooming season of this rose.
The flowers of 'Folklore' are double, large and also heavily fragrant. The pale foliage of the plant creates a striking contrast to the orange-pink flowers.
Introduced - 1963
This hybrid tea rose has been named 'Fragrant Cloud' for its sweet and spicy scent, which is one of the most potent among all types of roses. This rose bears double flowers, each measuring about 4 inches to 5 inches across, and has a coral red hue that becomes deeper and turns to purplish as the blooms mature. Each flower is composed of about 25 to 30 petals.
The flowers are produced in abundance all through the summer. The leaves of this rose are dark green, large and semi-glossy. The plants of 'Fragrance Cloud' rose have an upright habit and vigorous growth.
Since this rose branches freely, it is suitable for growing in a garden bed or border. In fact, this rose is valued highly for the effective use of its blooms as cut flowers. In addition, the appearance as well as the fragrance of the flowers makes this rose popular. However, the leaves of this rose are susceptible to mildew.