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Hybrid Tea, ADR Rose Elbflorenz

A hybrid tea in an intense fuchsia pink, very robust

Hybrid Tea, ADR Rose Elbflorenz
 
 
 

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Product information "Hybrid Tea, ADR Rose Elbflorenz"

The fresh and fully developed flowers are eye-catching due to their intense fuchsia pink colour: this is what highlights this rose and makes it stands out among other roses. The best effect is achieved if 3 or 5 'Elbflorenz' hybrid teas are planted together at a distance of 40-50 cm! Of course, then the intensity of colour in older flowers weakens, but at the same time it is distinguished more clearly by the white flower’s edge, creating an overall effect in which even the older flowers are striking and elegant.
 
From the shape, 'Elbflorenz' is on the border between the shape of a hybrid tea and the shape of the English or romantic roses. Anyway, you can barely see the stamens due to the petals. For a hybrid tea, 'Elbflorenz' has excellent, even outstanding foliage health - perhaps because it also carries slightly stronger and more robust shrub rose blood in its genes. The growth in containers is somewhat loose growing; the growth in the garden is always round, when the shoots are consistently cut back to 10-15 cm in the spring.
 
In addition to the health and the striking colour, the fragrance stands out above all, and it’s hard to find something like it: intense hints of fruit and citrus can even be perceived in the rain if you put your nose into the dripping flowers...
 
The name is perhaps a riddle at first. Since the beginning of the 19th century, Elbflorenz is the acquisition of Dresden, which refers to the parallels between Florence and Dresden: the large art collections and also the Baroque architecture. One might think about the latter when observing the flower shape that is reminiscent in its beautiful abundance of the aesthetics of the Baroque.

Rose type: Hybrid tea, fragrant rose
Flowers: Continuous bloom, double flowers in clusters of up to 4 flowers on one stem, the roses have a diameter of 8-12 cm, pastel pink to fuchsia pink, the petals often have a white colouration on the edge; despite the size, the flowers are pretty rainproof
Plant: The combination of such an intense aroma and growth and the foliage health is quite rare. This variety can be grown in containers; it is rather loosely branched in pots and and only grows to its proper shape when it is planted in the ground
Height: 120 cm
Width: 100 cm
Fragrance: Intense aroma, with hints of fresh citrus and fruit
Breeder: Alain Meilland 2006
 
  • Flowering Period June, July, August, September, October
  • Final height 100cm to 120cm
  • Final width 80cm to 100cm
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
  • Plant Type deciduous
  • Fragrance very fragrant
  • Use beds/borders, for containers, for group plantings, as a specimen plant
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil heavy, moderately heavy, light, slightly alkaline, neutral, slightly acidic
  • Location full sun
  • Flower Colour pink
  • Leaf Colour green

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