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St-patrick-rose-bush, browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about hybrid tea rose (rosa ) 'st. patrick' supplied by member gardeners in the plantfiles database at dave's garden.. St. patrick hybrid tea rose heat-tolerant blooms for the cutting garden st. patrick is an excellent option for hybrid tea lovers in southern gardens, it loves the heat and develops its best color and form in hot weather., rosa 'st. patrick' wekamanda pp9591 hybrid tea roses are known for their long stems and large flowers. they're a favorite for floral arrangements. when you order your hybrid tea roses from spring hill, they're shipped right to your door at the proper planting time..

St. patrick is a cross of the apricot hybrid tea rose brandy (seed parent) and the medium yellow grandiflora rose gold medal (pollen parent). rose hybridizers say it is rare that brandy will produce any viable seeds, but frank didn’t know that then, so he tried the cross-pollenation between the two roses anyway., this double-flowered rose has yellow blossoms with green outer petals.  the flowers are perfectly formed and are excellent for cutting. it blooms in summer and into fall, and grows to 5 feet high and 3 feet wide. noteworthy characteristics tolerant of heat and humidity..

St. patrick rose hybrid tea . aars award winner! this lively large flowered rose has yellow flowers with a touch of green. warmer summer temperatures tend to enhance the intensity of the green in the flower. disease resistant plants are prolific bloomers. ..., st patrick is disease resistant and has a very good tolerance of heat and humidity. hybrid tea roses provide a colourful display from late spring to late autumn. the upright bushes produce classically shaped blooms on long stems making them ideal to grow as cutflowers.. St. patrick some like it hot…and this is one!! the luck of the irish may have finally brought a super slow-opening yellow rose that takes the heat. this saintly yellow can pick up a touch of gold in cool weather, but he'll be wearin' the green when the temps turn up.