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Hybrid Tea Rose "Rosa National Trust"

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Rosa National Trust was introduced in 1970 by McGredy IV and has won several awards.

The key characteristics of "National Trust" are shown below:


Colour Dark crimson red

Type Fully Double

Scent Slight

Frequency Repeat flowering in two main flushes

When June to September



Rose type Hybrid Tea

Leaves Glossy dark Green

Height 90cm (3ft)

Spread 65cm (2ft)



Hardiness UK, Australia Fully hardy

USDA Zones Rosa National Trust is hardy to zone 5a, -28.8� C (-20� F)

Awards National Trust has been awarded the following:
Belfast Certificate of Merit 1969:
Royal National Rose Society Trial Ground Certificate 1969

Parentage Evelyn Fison x King of Hearts

Also known as Bad Nauheim

Available from in UK National Trust

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COMMENTS   The rose National Trust is a Hybrid Tea rose which produces flowers of highly consistent quality. They are fully double and a perfect typical Hybrid Tea shape.

The foliage is a glossy deep green, a perfect backdrop for the flowers.  

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