Peace Hybrid Tea Rose
Rich sunset tones, sweet fragrance, and perfect form combine to make this the most beloved Rose of recent generations!
Discovered in 1935, it was named 'Peace' to mark the end of World War II!
Overall Rating: 4 Stars
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This rose looks beautiful and I just keep looking at it when these roses bloom. However, I haven't had too many blooms from this plant. There are rose plants around this one, which have gone through one round after the other, but this seemed very slow. Not even sure if it'll bloom again this year. Hopefully it does and if I can come back and edit this, I sure will.
Hard to Grow
Peace is a famous rose and when in early bloom is a stunner. That said, I have found it difficult to grow and the blooms wash out in the Southern California summer heat. I finally "shovel pruned" mine and every year avoid the temptation to try it again.
Satisfied with roses
I have purchased roses and gifts from this company for 20 years or more and have basically been satisfied with all areas of ordering and arrivals. I do like their roses very much and have a garden of more than 100 roses most of which are from them. Thank you.