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Tiffany-rose-bush, rating content; neutral: on dec 28, 2016, rossbynum from houston, tx wrote: yes, tiffany is a beautiful color and smells great. the bush is very resistant to blackspot, but i've had some issues with mildew in the spring.. The tiffany rose bush is a hybrid tea that grows to 4 feet tall and blooms throughout the growing season. tiffany’s double-form flowers are a yellow-pink blend with 28 petals. this hybrid tea is..., tiffany - tall, vigorous growth produces very fragrant, large high centered, classic hybrid tea blooms of pink and yellow blend, perfect for cutting. dark green, healthy foliage. 4" blooms with 28 petals. tiffany rose - hybrid tea - very fragrant javascript seems to be disabled in your browser..

The 'tiffany' rose bush is an excellent choice for flower beds and borders. it looks especially great when combined with low growing blue perennials, such as the hardy 'johnson blue' geranium. it blooms continously all season, almost without stopping, if deadheaded regularly. return from tiffany rose to pink roses, from the spectacular high centered pink and yellow blended blooms to a wonderful fragrance, the tiffany hybrid tea rose ('rosa sp. 'tiffany') has earned its place in the hearts of rosarians everywhere. it’s a “must-have” for rose lovers and makes a fabulous gift presentation. our expert growers love this special award-winning tiffany rose..

Tiffany the fine family of american artisans couldn't have chosen a more exquisite rose to carry their name. its pure pink colors glow with the yellow 'light' in the heart of the large well-formed ­flowers. super-sweet fragrance and dark green foliage adorns each jewel of a bloom., tiffany rose has the brightest pink petals with a hint of yellow. it is also mildly fragrant.. Description award-winning tiffany has a small, yellow base that serves as a "light" emitting a warm, golden glow at the heart of this otherwise pink rose. this multifaceted jewel repeatedly yields countless, well-formed, semi-double, 4" flowers with 25–30 petals., introduced in united states by howard rose co. in 1954 as 'tiffany'. introduced in australia by hazlewood bros. pty. ltd. in 1957 as 'tiffany'.