Hybrid Tea Roses
The most popular type, available in both bush and standard form. The flower stems are long and the blooms are shapely.
The typical Hybrid Tea bears blooms which are medium-sized or large, with many petals forming a distinct central cone.
The blooms are borne singly or with several side buds. Height is usually 1.5m to 2.0m, and up to 1.5m width.
= Australian Bred
A lovely bloom of exhibition form; rose-pink colour shading to darker mauve, with the reverse a deeper shade; intense fragrance. Flowers have about 45 petals; foliage is large, glossy and dark green; vigorous growth.
Beautiful well-formed pure white blooms, borne mostly solitary; foliage large, dark green, glossy; intense fragrance; very good as a cut flower. Australian bred. Growth is upright, tall 1.5m. Repeat flowering.
Peach to pink flowers, compact growth, healthy and disease resistant. Richly fragrant, it is very good as a cut flower. Aotearoa is the Maori name for New Zealand and means ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’. Height approx 1.5m. Repeat flowering.
Lovely shell pink, well-formed blooms with deeper pink edging, this is a good rose for the garden and the show bench. The blooms are sweetly fragrant and the foliage is dark green. Strong, healthy, upright growth to about 1.5m. Australian bred. Repeat flowering.
Clear pink, often with a hint of salmon. The high-centred and very long lasting flowers have a moderate damask fragrance. A good rose for a warm climate as it holds its colour in mid-summer heat. Glossy, apple green foliage; vigorous, medium, rounded growth. Repeat flowering.
An excellent rose with well-formed flowers of pink at the centre, coral pink at the petal margin, rose pink and cream reverse. Moderate, spicy fragrance; foliage is dark green, semi-glossy. Growth is strong healthy and of medium tall habit. Repeat flowering.
Beautiful well-formed magenta-purple flowers, of exhibition quality borne mostly singly. Slight fragrance; foliage large, dark green, glossy; vigorous, upright, tall growth. Repeat flowering.
City of Newcastle
Bright red flowers, high-centred, borne mostly singly, slight, raspberry fragrance; recurrent; foliage medium size, dark green, semi-glossy; stems strong; upright, spreading, tall growth. "This rose is also known as Veteran’s Honour"
Buff-yellow exhibition blooms with a moderate to strong fragrance. Foliage is leathery; upright, compact growth. Repeat flowering.
One of the world's favourite roses, inducted into the Rose Hall of Fame in 1985. Flowers are creamy white becoming strawberry-red, high-centred, borne mostly singly, intense, spicy fragrance; foliage large, deep green; upright, spreading, bushy growth; repeat flowering.
Attractive flowers are light to medium pink, reverse dark pink, ruffled, 25-30 petals, high-centred to cupped, borne singly and in small clusters; slight, tea fragrance; foliage leathery, dark green, glossy; vigorous, upright growth; repeat flowering. Easy to grow, this variety is hardy, vigorous and flowers profusely. A popular garden and show rose.
Very large well-formed blooms of pale yellow to ivory, freely produced on a plant of exceptional health and plentiful growth; slight fragrance; large, dark green glossy foliage. Elina was inducted into the World Rose Societies Hall of Fame in 2006.
Deep pink blooms, with lighter shades on the reverse of the petal and towards the centre. Exhibition quality large, reflexed flowers of about 35-40 petals, with a moderate fragrance are borne on a vigorous bush.
With excellent flower form the twin colouring of lovely coral-cream shading intensifies as the prolific blooms mature; moderate sweet fragrance. Tall growing bush (1.5m) of strong vigour; with dark green, healthy, semi-glossy foliage, it is quick to repeat flower.
The clear medium golden yellow blooms with a slight, fruity fragrance, hold remarkably well and seem almost immune to marking from the elements. It is free flowering on a strong and healthy bush.
Flowers are deep golden yellow sometimes flushed orange, 4½-5 in., 30-35 petals, high-centred, borne mostly singly, some small clusters; slight, fruity fragrance; foliage large, dark; tall, upright, bushy growth
Eye-catching, large, fuchsia pink flowers, with reverse fuchsia; 35 petals, high-centred, borne mostly solitary, some small clusters; moderate, spicy fragrance; foliage large, dark green, and glossy; stems strong, medium upright growth.
Plenty of medium pink even-toned blooms with a strong fragrance; flowers are 11cm, with 35 petals, high centred on an upright bush with vigour and very good disease resistance. Foliage is dark green and glossy. Australian bred.
The salmon orange blooms are produced on long, firm, upright stems and are of exhibition quality with a moderate fragrance. This is a sport of ‘Kardinal’ and is quick to repeat flower.
Lavender pink blooms with intense fragrance are approx. 11 cm; borne mostly solitary, some small clusters; foliage large, dark green, semi-glossy; tall, upright growth.
Isn’t She Lovely
Lovely fragrant blooms of ivory with the high centre showing shades of gold and pink, borne mostly singly, full petalled and approximately 11.5cm in diameter. The foliage is medium, dark green and semi-glossy; around 80cm tall with an upright and bushy habit. Repeat flowering.
Large size blooms of very attractive pastel shades of apricot, cream and pink. Flowers are very freely produced, usually solitary on long stems with 28-35 petals; slight fragrance; very strong and healthy growth with large, dark green, glossy leaves.
A delightful bright red rose with beautifully formed, high centred, medium-sized blooms of exhibition quality produced in abundance. The flowers have a slight fragrance and a long vase life. The bush is of medium size and healthy, upright growth.
Perfectly formed long lasting blooms of creamy white, finely edged with pink, carried on long stems with a slight fragrance. The bush is tall and upright with large dark green, disease resistant foliage.
Beautiful high centred blooms of deep orange-red to vermilion catch the eye in the garden. With vigorous bushy growth and strong stems, despite numerous prickles, it is a good repeat bloomer.
Lovely high centred, pale pink blooms with a slight fragrance on long strong stems. The bush is tall, vigorous and disease resistant.
The creamy soft apricot colour holds through from long pointed buds to the open blooms even in hot weather. Suitable for exhibition, the flowers have a mild fragrance. The bush is disease resistant with deep green foliage on an upright, slightly spreading plant; height to 1.3m; a number of prickles; a good addition to decorate the garden.
Beautiful full blooms of blended pink, salmon and apricot that hold their colour well; slight fragrance. Of exhibition form, this rose is winning numerous Rose Show awards and is popular in garden beds for its lovely display. The bush has medium, upright growth with few prickles and dark green, glossy foliage. Australian bred. Repeat blooming.
Dark velvety red blooms that cannot be surpassed for colour and intense fragrance; high-centred bud, cupped form as the flower unfolds; it is a strong healthy grower. (A.A.R.S. Award 1965).
Large, mildly scented blooms display impeccable show form of pearly, porcelain-like colouring with a fine delicate pink edging, held on long cutting stems with a slight fragrance. The bush has large, dark green foliage with medium upright growth. Height to 1.2m.
Well-shaped fragrant blooms of medium red colour; the bush has a medium to tall growth habit
Long pointed buds develop into dark red blooms with an eye-catching white reverse; high centred; intense fragrance. The bush has a vigorous upright growth habit.
Beautiful silver and pink blend blooms with a slight fragrance. The high-centred flowers are large and borne singly on a bush with glossy foliage and upright growth. Australian bred.
Dark pink blooms are of perfect exhibition form with a slight fragrance. Plant form is of medium upright and spreading growth. Very healthy; good repeat bloomer.
Carmine-rose blooms with 42 petals, high-centered, borne singly and sometimes in small clusters, moderate fragrance; the bush has medium growth.
Pope John Paul II
This elegant full bodied and high-centred white rose has won trophies and medals all around the world for fragrance, vigour and disease resistance; Most Fragrant Rose at NRTGA Adelaide 2010 and Australian Best Rose in Trial & Best HT, Adelaide Rose Trials, Australia, 2010. Grows to approx. 1.4m.
Princesse de Monaco
A strikingly beautiful rose of ivory edged pink, shows excellent form with 30 unfading petals; slight fragrance; good repeat. Growth is vigorous and upright, the green foliage is of great hardiness.
A long stemmed decorative rose of clear pink with moderate fragrance; blooms are borne singly and in clusters and repeat well; vigorous bush; one of the world's favourite roses, inducted into the Rose Hall of Fame in 1979.
Medium red blooms with a paler reverse are large and of exhibition form, with about 70 petals; moderate fragrance; long stems on a vigorous bush.
Pale rose pink blooms with a silver base; high centred; the edges of the petals are a deeper shade of pink; intense fragrance; borne mostly singly. Vigorous growth; hardy and healthy.
Exhibition style bright yellow blooms with green overtones. The flowers are slow to open and hold well in the heat without fading. Very long lasting cut flower on a medium to tall bush of 1.2 to 1.5 metres.
Pure white exhibition-type blooms with good keeping qualities. Prolific bloomer of good health and vigour; very slight fragrance; on an upright tall bush.
Very large exhibition style apricot-orange blooms, on long strong stems; borne on a vigorous, healthy bush. Fragrance is sweetly strong for which 'Valencia' won the 'Henry Edland' Gold Medal for Fragrance.