Friday, March 09, 2012

Tiffany Hybrid Tea Rose



Hybrid Tea Rose
Rosa 'Tiffany'


‘Tiffany’ is a beautiful rose and I can’t believe it has never made it onto Digital Flower pictures.com before. It always seems to be sporting a new flush of the soft and luscious pink blooms in the garden. It is a tall and stately plant that seems to be somewhat resistant to disease. 

Bred in 1954 by Robert V. Lindquist and introduced the same year ‘Tiffany’ has won many awards, including the AARS award in 1955. The flowers are about average size with a petal count of 25-30. The flowers are well formed and color shaded with a strong fragrance.

2 comments:

Janet, The Queen of Seaford said...

Love a rose that smells like a rose. Very pretty.

Elizabeth-Howard said...

You got very great lighting on the flower, it really stands out,it is beautiful!