Glossary of Rose Terms
Everything you want to know about bare root roses
A new class of roses in which the repeat blooming habits of modern roses are combined with the form and fragrance of old garden roses.
Magnesium sulfate. When used as a fertilizer, epsom salts provides a ready source of magnesium, which serves as the hub of the chlorophyll molecule.
A rose that is recognized for its ability to produce classically shaped blooms atop long stems of clean foliage for display in competitions. For a Hybrid Tea, the proper form is defined as petals that spiral evenly from a highpointed center to an outer course of petals that reflex slightly below horizontal. Generally, fragrance is not a consideration with Exhibition Roses.