The Brigadoon rose bears nearly perfect Hybrid Tea roses in a blend of pink.
The elegant blooms have very large flowers that are around 6" across.
The flowers begin as long pointed buds that turn into the classic high centered blooms we all love on the Hybrid teas.
The color is a smoky orange or pale vermillion at the tips, with an almost pure white back and center. The color goes down into the lighter parts and gets more intense with age.
This rose is an ever changing kaleidoscope of colors. The cream color changes from strawberry red to cerise. A very interesting rose that makes a nice addition to any garden. (Within the hardiness zone)
Type Hybrid Tea rose
Hybridizer Bill Warriner United States (1991) Introduced in 1992 by Jackson & Perkins
Blooms Pink Blend; Cream, Coral, Dark Pink and Dark Orange
Foliage Large size, Dark Green, Glossy and Dense Foliage
Fragrance Medium, Fruity, tea Scent
Growth Habits Grows 3-5' high and wide
Awards AARS 1992
Hardy Zones 6 and warmer
Parentage Seedling X Pristine
The Brigadoon rose bush grows vigorously and rapidly repeats its beautiful flowers. It is upright growing, disease resistant, and is well branched.
The perfectly shaped blooms on this award winning rose are mostly single, but sometimes appear in clusters.
The large size Bi-colored flowers are high centered, reflex bloom form and are borne on long stems that are perfect for cutting. The exhibition form flowers are often seen on trophy tables.
'Brigadoon' blooms in flushes throughout the growing season.
This rose bush with its glossy green foliage is highly disease resistant, especially to Mildew.
This rose needs deadheading to keep the roses coming.