Brandy
Brandy
Brandy
Brandy
Brandy
Brandy
Brandy
Brandy
Brandy
Brandy

Brandy™

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Brandy features 5” blooms of the richest, deepest apricot on thick, strong petals. Watch her stand out as one of your lasting roses with the most perfectly formed buds! While Brandy does benefit from afternoon shading in hotter climates, she grows well in zones 6-10. She is a great exhibition rose with perfect form on a very vigorous, bushy plant with large, deep green foliage. It’s no surprise that Brandy was the AARS winner in 1982. You won’t be able to slow this prolific bloomer down so expect blooms all season long!

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Rose Type Hybrid Tea
SKU HT599 GALLON
Bloom Type Full
Breeder Code AROcad
Color Apricot
Specific Color Apricot
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 1981
Approximate Size 4' x 5'

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Glen Tortorici
Outstanding Color!

I consider 'Brandy' to have the best shade of apricot among all apricot roses; it's a rich, deep, golden bronze apricot. Visitors always ask me about 'Brandy', praising it's beautiful apricot color. This is in contrast to, say, the lovely soft creamy apricot color of 'Marilyn Monroe'.

The long, pointed buds quickly plump up hugely and spiral open into perfectly formed, huge, somewhat flat flowers that average 5 inches wide. When it's fully opened the 25 to 30 broad petals become gracefully wavy. The bush is upright, about 5 feet tall and moderately thorny with thin, pointed, long, dark green foliage that has moderate disease resistance. The long stems are moderately thick, and the petals have great substance-- a good exhibition rose.

The flushes on new plants can be a bit stingy, but they will increase with establishment, similar to the way 'Mr. Lincoln' is. There is a moderate (5/10) fruity/spicy/nutty fragrance that reminds me of pineapple, black pepper, cashews, and even woodsy mesquite.

A cross between 'First Prize' and 'Dr. A. J. Verhage' and a 1982 AARS winner and a repeat bloomer, I consider 'Brandy' a must-have hybrid tea. It is absolutely beautiful and gets better with age. Plant several so you will have more flowers to cut and enjoy.

Glen rosarian Zone 7a, NE Oklahoma.

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andreark
Outstanding. From opening of a bud to fully opened she it beautiful. AND the thick petals last o...

9b - California

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Cat B.
My favorite rose!

Zone 9 - Glendale, AZ - I planted Brandy 17yrs ago. The bush was rounded, tall & wide, & always had tons of very large blooms. I loved the fragrance; it wasn't the super sweet rose smell, it was subtle & kind of "woodsy". It was wonderful to have a unique smell amongst all the others. We just moved to a new home, and I can't wait to buy a new Brandy for my new rose garden.

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Janet E.
A diva of the first order.

Does not always produce as many blooms as frequently as you might wish. But when it does, stand back and enjoy a magnificent show. Just one bloom in a vase may command your full attention.

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tchicoclary
beautiful

Ggorgeous big apricot blooms. Fragrance was not as strong as I would have liked but still and absolutely beautiful rose

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