HOT PRINCESS ROSE



Hot Princess rose is a very rich deep pink Hybrid Tea hybridized by Hans Jurgen Evers and introduced by Rosen-Tantau/Tantau Roses of Germany in 2000.  The blooms are hot pink, exhibition form, high-centered borne mostly singly on long stems.  The petal substance is so thick, it can withstand an occasional hot weather though it fares better in early spring and fall.   It blooms in flushes throughout the season.  Foliage is dark green, shiny and leathery. 

Hot Princess rose is a tall plant, can grow 4’-6’ ft and bushy, very vigorous usually sending up a basal or two every year.  It is an excellent garden rose and florists love them too for its perfect form and long stems.  Hot Princess rose has slight fragrance.  

Hot Princess rose is a must have for rose show exhibitors.  It has everything a top exhibitor could wish for - its deep pink blooms with lovely spiral centers on long stems.  The color of the blooms is stunning.   Hot Princess rose has won plenty of Queens of Show awards.  Hot Princess rose is an excellent candidate for most sought after “Queen of Show” and is now ranked among the top 10 in the nation’s show roses.    

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