Hybrid Tea roses have evolved from earlier Tea and Hybrid Perpetual groups to give the most popular group today.
Often bred targetting the cut-flower market, they usually have a large flower at the end of a stem. Consequently they often have long stems and are upright growing.
Colour range is huge, with many new hues and shades and colour combinations appearing every year, and older ones still retaining their popularity. As with other roses a lot are perfumed with some of the most attractive scents around.
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