Midas Touch Rose

Yellow Hybrid Tea Roses

Midas Touch roseMidas Touch

The Midas Touch rose are Hybrid Tea roses,that produce very striking golden yellow blooms with a rich, musky, fruity perfume.

The moderately full buds open quickly to large, fragrant blooms that once open,reveal golden yellow stamens on a cupped flower.

The unfading flowers on the Midas Touch, are urn-shaped,and considered one of the strongest yellow colors of all roses.

These bright yellow rose bushes will add a bit of sunshine to your garden! The large, classic flowers are solid yellow,having the same color to both sides of the petals.

The rose flowers are quick to repeat, and make a great cutting rose. This rose bush flowers extremely freely, over a long period of time. Disease resistance is very good on this yellow rose plant.

Type Hybrid Tea

Hybridizer Christensen 1992

Growth Habits Grows upright and bushy 4-5'

Blooms Dark Yellow, very bright color, urn-shaped Flowers are 3 1/2-4" with 15-25 petals

Foliage Large size foliage is medium green in color (a nice contrast to the bright flowers)matte textured

Fragrance Moderate, Musk fragrance

Awards AARS 1994

Hardy zone


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These yellow Hybrid tea rose bushes are great for all landscape situations. They make nice bedding roses, and will add a great splash of color to the garden. You should plant them in groups of three for an eye-catching display.

The vigorous bush grows upright, and is well branched. The dark green leaves are a nice contrast to the very bright colored flowers.

The blooms are slightly wavy, and usually borne singly, but sometimes they appear in small clusters.

The non-fading flowers stand up well in the rain. They also tolerate the heat well. You'll find the bush a bit prickly (thorny), but it grows fast, is quite bushy, and repeats flowers quickly.

The Midas Touch rose is considered easy to grow in all climates.

Gardeners agree that the best flowers are produced in cooler weather, and glow like beacons in the garden.

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