The Miss All American Beauty Rose, is as the name implies 'An all American beauty'! This is a very pretty Hybrid tea rose in a delicious shade of pink. The deep rich, pink flowers are not only beautiful,but extremely fragrant as well.
The flowers hold their color well, and are especially suited for the vase. The blooms are enormous,usually producing one to a stem.
If you have a cutting garden, and are in the right planting zone, be sure to include this one.
The bush is very prickly, with large, healthy leaves. It is an especially good rose to grow in a dry climate.
Type Hybrid Tea
Hybridizer Meiiland,France 1965
Blooms Deep Cerise Pink color with flowers 5 1/2' across. 55 petals
Growth Habits Grows tall, upright and bushy a vigorous grower.
Foliage Dark green and leathery. Lots of prickles
Fragrance Intense, sweet fragrance
Awards Portland Gold Medal 1966, AARS 1968Hardy zone
These pink rose bushes have exhibition style Hybrid tea roses, that are wonderful for cutting. They are not only beautiful, but also very fragrant, and long lasting in the vase.
The flowers are large, cupped, and a rich, deep pink. This Hybrid tea rose is considered hardy, and a good choice for beginners. (Be sure you live in zones 6 and warmer, to grow this rose)
They perform equally well in all climates. This rose is very popular in the United States, known as "Miss All American Beauty", but in France where it originated, it is known as "Maria Callas" It was named after the Greek opera singer.