Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany
Tiffany

Tiffany

$50 Regular price
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  • Fragrance
  • Pots

Named for the American artisan family, this tall, vigorous Hybrid Tea produces very fragrant, large, high-centered, classic blooms of pink and yellow blend. Tiffany has dark green, healthy foliage to accentuate her perfect, 4” blooms. She has a strong, lemon scented fragrance and shows off her colors best in the heat. A definite jewel of the garden!

More Information

Rose Type Hybrid Tea
SKU HT408 GALLON
Bloom Types Full
Breeder Code Lindquist
Characteristic(s) Fragrance, Pots
Color Blend/Multi-Color
Specific Color Pink/blend
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1954
Approximate Size 4' x 4'

Tiffany

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Scott
My Favorite

I have a well protected sunny location on the North side of my home in Nebraska where (-20) is not unusual. I have over 100 Tiffany plants for the last 20-25 years. I re-plant 5-10 each year. They seem to be susceptible to fungus so spraying them or using "Bayers" Rose 3 in one" works well. I do irrigate my roses with a separate setting on my home irrigation system.
Heat really does enhance the fragrance. Early June and September seem to push the blooms to flourish--intense heat of July/August seems to slow the blooming.
But the Fragrance will knock you flat ! The color is majestic. I will NEVER stop growing this rose.

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Lela Kurtz
Incredible

I have had this rose a long time. Had to move it several times and it did really well after each move. The drought here has taken a toll on many of my roses. Due to fires we had to remove many pines leaving roses with little shelter from the hot sun. Moved Tiffany to an area next to my front door where she only gets 4 or 5 hours if sun. It is 2pm here and she is just now starting to get the sun. She is just incredible. She shoots up long stems with 3 to 5 lovely pink blossoms tinged in yellow around the base. She also smells incredible. She has stems now that are over 5-6 feet. I am so happy with her. She and Ch-Ching are two of my favorites. I can cut one or two stems and they fill the whole vase.

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Veronica H.
Beautiful

I have a black thumb. I ordered 3 with hopes that 1 would survive. Arrived looking like bare sticks so I figured that it would not take me long to kill all of them. I followed the Heirloom Rose planting instructions and put 2 in containers and 1 in ground. All 3 survived a rare weeklong negative degree winter storm in Texas and are beautiful. I can hardly believe it. Will have to see how they manage our Texas heat...but I'm hopeful.

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joanne h.
My favorite

This isn't just a beautiful rose with a unique almost intoxicating fragrance. It is also a vigorous and productive plant. Put it in prepared soil in late Spring and it took off---growth, blooming. Very nice as a cut flower with its sunny yellow center.

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Laurel R.
Lemon-scented, long stemmed beauty

If you’ve made it this far, order this rose. One of my top
favorites for its strong scent of lemon, and the beautiful pink with pale yellow at the base of the petals. I’m not typically a bright pink rose lover, but there is something so soft and bright about the blooms, and such a gorgeous scent. Makes the very best cut flower of all my roses because of the long stems and looks lovely in a bouquet. You do have to treat this one regularly for blackspot in the south, but it’s so worth it. If you do it will be a graceful, tall, lovely rose.