Teasing Georgia™
Teasing Georgia™
Teasing Georgia™
Teasing Georgia™
Teasing Georgia™
Teasing Georgia™
Teasing Georgia™
Teasing Georgia™

Teasing Georgia™

$65 Regular price
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  • Fragrance
  • Partial Shade

Perfect for an obelisk, arch, or climbing a garden wall, Teasing Georgia™ is a lovely, deep yellow rose with outer petals fading to a gentle, pale yellow for a two-tone effect. Her cupped, 4-5” flowers feature 50+ petals and emit a delightful and strong tea rose fragrance. Teasing Georgia™ is a strong, continual bloomer thriving in zones 5-10. She is also the winner of the Henry Edland Medal in 2000 for the most fragrant variety in the RNRS Trials. Give her a few seasons to develop her most intense scent and you’ll enjoy her for decades!

More Information

Rose Type David Austin
SKU EN600 GALLON
Bloom Types Cupped, Very Full
Characteristic(s) Fragrance, Partial Shade
Color Yellow
Specific Color Yellow
Fragrance Exceptionally Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°), 11 (above 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1998
Approximate Size 5' - 12' x 4' - 5'

Teasing Georgia™

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B
Bernice
Little growth this year

Arrived in great condition. Not much growth this year. Don't know if because in a semi shaded area. Hoping it will sprout up next year.

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Pip
Superb

I was given TG as a gift & quite frankly expected to be underwhelmed
boy was I wrong what a performer at the time of writing she’s covered in buds

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B. Haggard
Blooms within 5 weeks of planting.

Received this rose in April. It already has 4 big buds. Pot planted following directions and using fish fertilizer. Bush is reaching for the sky already. I will probably have to move it to a spot where it can get taller support than the pot will allow.

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Jess
Full of blooms within the first month!

No kidding, I planted this rose in late March (zone 7) and now in late April she already has 4 big, full, delightful smelling blooms. I'm in awe of this stunner and can't wait to see what sort of display she puts on in a couple years!

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SMM in zone 5
Prove your mom wrong…

If you’ve been told by your rose expert mother that “it’s hard to find a yellow rose that does well in zone 5” but you stubbornly try anyway because you long for the gardens of the PNW, this rose is for you! Even I started doubting when by the end of the 2nd year she looked straggly and had few blooms. The summer of her 3rd year, boy did she leap! Giant and thorny with long climbing canes, she bloomed prolifically all spring and again all fall. Dainty pinkish buds turn into large clusters of palm sized cupped blooms. Foliage is dark and glossy. I had a bad Japanese beetle year and some of my roses suffered, but not Georgia. She had a little damage closer to the base but survived the worst of the infestation beautifully without pesticides. I hope everyone in zone 5 gives her a try!

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