Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Oklahoma

Oklahoma

$54 Regular price
/
image/svg+xml
Tag or Stake
  • Cutting
  • Fragrance
  • Container Friendly

Oklahoma’s color is so dark red it appears to be black velvet in warm weather. These long, pointed buds open into huge, fully double, 5" blooms of 30+ petals. Oklahoma exudes an extremely sweet, old rose perfume and is a continual bloomer. If you’re looking for a vigorously growing, perfect red rose set against leathery, dark green foliage- you have found your dream rose in Oklahoma! Long, strong stems make this rose a perfect cutting rose for arrangements.

More Information

Rose Type Hybrid Tea
SKU HT600 GALLON
Bloom Type Very Full
Characteristic Cutting, Fragrance, Container Friendly
Color Red
Specific Color Red
Fragrance Exceptionally Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1964
Approximate Size 5' x 4'

Oklahoma

$54.00
image/svg+xml
None
None
Black Tag
Black Stake
Pink Tag
Pink Stake
Add To Cart

Customer Reviews

Based on 28 reviews
93%
(26)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
M
Myriam
Fabulous rose!

Oklahoma rose is vigorous, and hold roses on strong upward stems. Oklahoma did very well, growing fast and blossoming generously. Blossoms last and the color doesn’t fade away. A sweet fragrance completes the portrait of this very satisfying rose.
Zone 4b - Minnesota

G
Glen Tortorici
Classic Hybrid Tea, Long Stems

Being from Oklahoma, I'm a bit partial to this rose, but for good reasons. If you look at a mature specimen, everything about it says 'hybrid tea'. It's upright, about 5 feet, with blooms one-to-a-stem on long stems and with classic hybrid tea form.
The color is not black at all, but a beautiful dark maroon-red. This productive and vigorous rose has excellent hybrid tea form and a very strong, sweet, old rose fragrance. It's highly rated by the ARS and easy to see why. It's essential for your cutting garden; I've cut a stem nearly 3 feet long once! It's now our official state flower, too. I planted 5 new ones together and can't wait to watch them mature.
It's a magical experience to watch as the dark red buds plump up and spiral open. A must-have hybrid tea for sure!!
Glen rosarian from zone 7a, NE Oklahoma.

C
Charlotte Rose
Love my Oklahoma roses

My two Oklahoma roses arrived carefully packaged and healthy. I replanted them in pots so I could take better care of them in the heat of this summer. Both will be blooming in a few days. No sign of any problems.
I am so happy to have these roses after a long search. A pleasure to deal with Heirloom Roses.

L
Lorene Goering
Happy Oklahoma Rose customer

My order of 2 Oklahoma Roses arrived as per your statement. Both are growing and looking very healthy. I was so happy they didn't arrive bare rooted like one I ordered from another company last year - it died.
I still find it hard to use your email - not user friendly - hard to leave you a message.

B
Barney
Will to survive

While on vacation a relative showed me this rose and told this story. An abandoned car had sat there for many days when they decided to open the trunk and there was this Oklahoma Rose which had received no water for a couple of weeks. It still showed green. He took it home and put in the yard only to have the deer eat it down to about 6 inches with part of one leaf left. He put water to it and it grew and I now have a 5 ft plant with one beautiful flower and 5 buds. I will add this orphan to my 58 rose collection and it will receive TLC. Anything that wants to survive that much deserves all the best.

You may also like