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Apricots n' Cream™

$50 Regular price
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  • Cutting
  • Pots

Apricots n' Cream is right on trend with apricot petals blending into creamy ivory edges that stand out against the beautiful, dark green foliage. We love her for her large 4.5”, cupped, double blooms and 45+ petal count. She is a vigorous grower and has much better disease resistance than the average Hybrid Tea. Apricots ‘n Cream is compact and reblooms in flushes throughout the season. This rose makes a great potted rose but also thrives in the front of beds and borders since she is only 3’ tall.

More Information

Rose Type Hybrid Tea
SKU HT009 GALLON
Bloom Types Cupped, Very Full
Breeder Code Meihyalfeu
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Pots
Color Apricot
Specific Color Ivory to light Apricot
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Approximate Size 5' x 3'

Apricots n' Cream™

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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Carrie
Wonderful smell and nice cutting roses

I've had these magnificent, fragrant roses for years, and I get to enjoy the creamy beautiful blooms all summer. Yes they have wicked thorns. I wear a good heavy-duty glove on the hand holding the stems, and then I nip off the thorns before putting them into a vase.The thorns might be extra long, but I actually think it has FEWER of them than my other rose bushes.

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Anne D.
Classic but stingy

After four years, there are still very few blooms, and the plant is small. But when they arrive, the blooms are large and lovely. Classic, exquisite blooms.

The thorns are unusual. At least two to three times as long as any I’ve seen before. Nasty spikes!

The foliage is glossy and beautiful. But for some reason, the blossoms seem to be particularly susceptible to insects. For every two blooms, one is eaten and discolored by pests. None of the other roses in my garden have this experience.

I’ve been giving this rose extra care, and I’m hoping that it will become stronger and more prolific in the future.

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An Z.
Doesn't tolerate heat

I have enough roses, and so far this one is the tenderest. I am in zone 9b. I bought other roses from heirloom as well. This one arrives with a bud, and I water my other dozen different roses the same as this one. Soon the bud drop. So far no leaves growing for a month. I guess it has to do with the weather as it was hot for the first couple days it arrived. I saw this rose in Municipal San Jose Rose garden during early-mid May and thought it was stunning. Maybe it just can't perform well in summer.

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Mary M.
Gorgeous

This rose is absolutely beautiful and fragrant. The thorns are large but hey, she’s a long stem rose.

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Anne D.
Can’t recommend

I almost hate this rose. Apricots & Cream is a beast COVERED with huge ugly thorns. No blooms will be pretty enough or scented enough to overcome the vicious nasty spikes, for me.

It just arrived about two weeks ago. I might give it a season, just to see ... but it’s likely I will shovel her out next summer. I would never have bought this rose if the description had even hinted at the monster thorns.