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St. Patrick Hybrid Tea Rose

Heat-Tolerant Blooms for the Cutting Garden
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St. Patrick Hybrid Tea Rose

Heat-Tolerant Blooms for the Cutting Garden
St. Patrick is an excellent option for hybrid tea lovers in southern gardens, it loves the heat and develops its best color and form in hot weather. Its flowers open slowly to reveal satiny-yellow petals brushed in chartreuse-green during the warm weather and a more golden hue during cooler temperatures. Abundant, fully double flowers last all season, showing amazing stamina. Hybrid tea roses are known to have the best form for the cutting garden with strong, straight stems each leading up to a single, large and magnificent bloom. In typical hybrid tea form, and with a delightful fragrance, this variety makes beautiful cut flowers! St. Patrick's Rose won breeder Frank Strickland the coveted All American Rose Selections (AARS) Award in 1996. Rosa WEKamanda PP9591

Fortuniana Rootstock, The Best Option for Southern Regions
Warm-zone gardeners, this changes everything! We're thrilled to now offer Fortuniana rootstock on some of our most popular rose varieties. Prized by rosarians for its superior performance, adaptability and longevity in Southern gardens, Fortuniana rootstock requires more effort for commercial growers to produce, which is also why these roses can be so difficult for home gardeners to find.

Fortuniana rootstock delivers:

  • 20% larger blooms
  • 30% more flowers
  • Greater vigor and adaptability in the South
  • Resistance to root knot nematodes
  • Resistance to crown gall
  • Success in sandy soils
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