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Your most prolific hybrid teas & grandifloras?

Posted by Sara-Ann z6b OK (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 29, 14 at 5:37

I have been wondering which hybrid tea and grandiflora roses are the most prolific for others? I grow these mostly for the look of the individual blooms themselves, but also like them to put on a good display and also be prolific enough to cut a few,

Through the years my most prolific have been -

Queen Elizabeth
Double Delight
Peace
Dublin
Love
Folklore
The McCartney Rose
Tiffany
Sweet Surrender
Proud Land
Pink Peace
Midas Touch

I have or have had others that are good bloomers too, but I would consider these the most prolific.


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Bride's Dream was the best for me. Unfortunately, it's now on life support and I'm waiting to see if it recovers from winter damage.


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Tue, Apr 29, 14 at 9:21

My two best are Crimson Bouquet and Dick Clark.


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Over the years, as most of what I have now is new:

Crimson Bouquet
Tropicana
Perfume Delight
Gemini
Color Magic
Heirloom
Artistry
Twilight Zone is promising

Oops...had to eliminate the floribundas

Lynn

This post was edited by desertgarden561 on Tue, Apr 29, 14 at 23:24


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Producers:
Moonstone
Black Magic
Hot Princess
Randy Scott
Pope John Paul ll
Tahitian Sunset


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In my garden, Elle has been the most prolific HT, but also quite good are Red Intuition and Berolina.

Kate


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Thanks for letting me know which ones are your most prolific. Kate, I planted Berolina, it's looking good.


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The heaviest blooming HTs or Grandis I have experience with would be Orchard's Pride, Brigadoon, Arizona, and Dark Night. Dark Night is newer but it is very prolific.

Jay


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Elle


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Love and Peace
Olympiad
Beloved


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Rock & Roll
Paradise Found
Valencia
Mother of Pearl
Queen of Sweden (Austin)
Ch-Ching

Love these roses!!
Carol


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Golden Fairy Tale
Eliza


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My most prolific HT is Heirloom:

Heirloom - Hybrid Tea Rose photo Heirloom_zps4de28861.jpg


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Thank you everyone for your input. Harryshoe, that's a beautiful picture of Heirloom.


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Tiffany was ridiculously easy and beautiful.

Blue Girl was great because of the sheer size, but needed to be treated well.

Chicago Peace.


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Scentimental, JFK, and Oranges and Lemons were biggies for me. I just put in two Dark Nights, looking forward to see how they grow.


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Cambel - I would love to have a prolific lavender hybrid tea, Love Song does great, but it's a floribunda. Chicago Peace is such a pretty rose, how nice for it to have lots of blooms. Holly - My JFK does look promising, this is just its second season, mine is slower to get going than my other hybrid teas, it only bloomed twice last year, but its second flush was prolific. I'm hoping it will be a good one, like yours once it gets really established. The bush itself seems healthy. The pictures I've seen of Dark Night are gorgeous, I would like to know how yours does.


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Talk about prolific. My sister sent me a couple of pictures yesterday of her only rose (other than a Knock Out), Touch of Class. it is not blooming yet, but she said it had at least 100 buds on it! The bush is huge and looks very healthy, can't wait to see it in bloom!


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Neptune
Sugar Moon
WWII Memorial
Stainless Steel


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