Black-magic-rose-bush, perfect form on long, strong stems! simply the last word in elegance, black magic® takes the red rose to a wonderful new place. these velvety deep garnet-red petals are slightly curled at the tips, where the color concentrates to create what looks like.... One of our favorite roses for cutting. black buds open to spellbinding, velvety dark red flowers with even darker edges. carried on long strong stems with very glossy dark green leaves, these extremely long-lasting blooms are superb! 30-40 petals., browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about hybrid tea, florists rose (rosa ) 'black magic' supplied by member gardeners in the plantfiles database at dave's garden..
Black magic roses history of black magic roses: black magic hybrid tea roses were first created in germany by hans jurgen evers who began his rose breeding career working for tantau roses. hans later took over the nursery in 1985 and during his career he is credited with breeding countless varieties of roses., plant database entry for rose (rosa 'black magic') with 24 images, one comment, and 38 data details.. The black magic rose bush in full bloom, about 7 feet tall., add sensual allure to your arrangements with black magic roses. these roses have one of the deepest, darkest, red hues on the market. their blooms are large and their petals have a lovely, velvet texture. this makes them ideal for sexy and mysterious arrangements year-round..
Black velvet rose is a large flowered hybrid tea rose. it is deep burgundy in color with a dark, blackish velvety look, from where it gets is name. the shrub of this flower bears just one flower at a stem and the huge buds opens up to reveal a large semi double deep black blooms. the flower has dark green leathery foliage with green leaves., we bring you some facts about 'black roses' and the best nearly black variety, the black baccara rose bush. black baccara is a hybrid tea rose, fragrant and with very deep crimson to maroon petals it is 'almost black' but still not that dark. many roses carry the name 'black' in their name, including 'black beauty' pictured right..
The bedrock of gardens the world over, the genus rosa is both incredibly versatile and showy. roses are best known for their large, usually red, double flowers and their strong, distinctive fragrance.