The Catalina Rose, are very romantic looking apricot pink hybrid tea roses. These lovely pink roses are a soft, pastel pink/apricot color with a darker reverse that is touched with yellow.
If you are lucky enough to live in the right planting zone to grow Hybrid Tea roses, the Catalina rose produces romantic looking ones that have perfect form.
The flowers are large, the stems are long, the color is fantastic....what more could the perfect rose have? A wonderful rose for cutting, and for the garden. Do you like cutting roses from your garden?
A scented bouquet of these long-stemmed beauties is breath-taking. Why not cut enough to fill a vase and put them on the dinning room table. Now everyone in the house can enjoy them! And won't you feel "special" when you say They're from my garden!" What a good feeling!
Type Hybrid Tea Rose
Growth Habits A vigorous grower that will reach 5' high by 4' wide
Blooms A unique color of pink and apricot with a darker reverse that has a hint of yellow. Petal count of 35-40. The soft pink buds open to blooms that are around 4 1/2"across.
Foliage The foliage is dark green and glossy
Fragrance a light tea rose scent
Hardy Zone 6-9
Everything about this rose makes it a "Sweetheart" rose, from its light romantic color, to its delicate fragrance, and classic tea form. The sweet flowers are lovely against the dark green leaves. You'll be able to cut lots of bouquets of them, with long cutting stems that are 16-20".
You will have plenty of roses to cut from this vigorous grower. Be sure to cut some in the late bud stage and watch them open!
The classic shaped buds, open to immense, petal packed flowers that are borne on very long stems.
This roses are great planted next to yellow, pink coral, or peach
colored flowers/roses. (Add something blue for great contrast!)