Pristine
Pristine
Pristine
Pristine
Pristine
Pristine

Pristine®™

$50 Regular price
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Resembling the iridescence of a seashell with gentle pink and cream blooms, you almost want to hold Pristine to your ears to listen to the ocean waves. Her nearly white, 6" blossoms with a petal count of 25-30 splash across a very vigorous, stout bush. The giant, disease resistant leaves of dark green dress the entire repeat blooming bush with lush growth that create a beautiful backdrop for the blooms. Like the perfectly formed seashells on the beach, Pristine lives up to her name!

More Information

Rose Type Hybrid Tea
SKU HT380 GALLON
Bloom Types Double
Breeder Code JACpico
Characteristic(s) Cutting
Color White
Specific Color White/pink
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 Continual Blooming
Year 1978
Approximate Size 5' x 5' - 6'

Pristine®™

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Customer Reviews

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Janette Allen
Exquisite

This has to be my all time favorite. It is a beautiful picking rose. The bush has beautiful, strong green leaves. The flower has a lovely center with a hint of pink. My bush was a prolific bloomer but with the extreme Southern Californian heat last summer it dies after having it probably 20 years. I have to have a replacement. A real winner

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Bunyada K.
Porcelain Rose!

The first bloom came quickly after planted in the ground for about 4 weeks. It is fabulous looking and literally like the other reviewer said, the flower looked like porcelain. Large bloom for even the plant size, and the dark green leaves compliments the flower so perfectly. The plant is quite thorny, but I planted it at the edge of my yard so I love that this rose has lots of thorns.

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Sonya A.
A Fabulous Rose

It does not bloom as often as many other roses. However the blooms are large and the petals are thick and velvety. People have mistaken a Pristine bloom for a porceline rose.

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Rose guy
The best of the best

I am in zone 7 (southeast Michigan) and have grown the Pristine hybrid tea rose for over 30 years. Presently I have over twenty hybrid teas, all award winners, but the Pristine is the best for hardiness, resistance to black spot, large and gorgeous blossoms, deep green leathery leaves, and a subtle but sweet scent.

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Johnny cans
Nice bloom

Smaller size rose bush with dark green foliage. Large roses size but not heavily budding throughout, however not an issue. Less can be better. Need to treat for black spot. Sometimes late in season leaves fall earlier due to disease etc.

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