Hybrid Tea Roses
The Granada rose is very fragrant, with the most unique coloring. These Hybrid tea roses will look a bit different in different climates. It is a rose with a fasicinating color combination! Temperate zones will have a wonderful combination of rose-pink and lemon-yellow, with a blend of nasturtium red, gold, red, peach and apricot.
This orange/red rose, has a lemon yellow color deep in it's center. You'll discover a real circus of colors on the Granada rose!
You'll also appreciate the heady damask and spice fragrance of the blooms.
Type Hybrid Tea Rose
Hybridizer Linquist (USA) 1964
Blooms Classic blooms have a combination of colors that are rose-pink- lemon-yellow, and blends of red, yellow, gold and peach. Flowers are 4-5" across, with 24& petals
Growth Habits grows 3/ 1/2' x 3' wide
Foliage dark green leaves have a leathery, crinkled appearance.
Fragrance Rose/Clove fragrance
Awards AARS 1964, Gamble Fragrance award 1968
Hardy Zone 6-10
This large-flowered hybrid tea rose bears it's roses sometimes singly, but mostly in a wide "cluster" of roses. Flowers form a high center, and old blooms are loosely cupped.
The initial generous flush of flowers makes the best display, but the bush does continue to produce flowers Summer through Fall.
Urn shaped buds become large, double, perfectly formed 4-5" spicy scented flowers that are produced on long stems perfect for cutting. The strong, rose/clove fragrance is wonderful. Any rose with an award in fragrance, is sure to be richly scented.
And what color it displays! This rose is a classic amoung Hybrid Teas.
The color combination of the Granada rose is delightful. This rose bush will really add color to your garden. And a bouquet of these roses will add beauty and delicious scent inside the house.
Granada is sometimes prone to powdery Mildew, but other-wise it is considered a very disease resistant rose. It is however not reliably winter hardy.
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