Commonwealth Glory Hybrid Tea Rose

Commonwealth Glory Hybrid Tea Rose

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1.0 (2 reviews)
This fine garden rose is already a big hit in England where it was introduced by Harkness Roses. Its enormous classic blooms of ivory and peach are nicely fragrant with excellent holding ability. Vigorous, well-branched plants are relatively compact and blessed with good disease resistance. A definite 'star' in rosedom. For biggest blooms it prefers cooler 'English' temperatures. Flower Size: 5-7". Fragrance: Strong. Hybridizer: Harkness, 1998
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Product Details

: 6 to 10
: 13
: Spring
: Rich, well-drained
: 5-5-7
: Summer
: 60
: Summer
: 3 -
:
: Yes
: 2 year, #1 grade
: Yes

Physical Details

: Yes
: Green
: Ivory
: Yes
: 24
: Yes
: Yes
: Late fall and early spring
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Yes

Scientific Details

: Rosa
: hybrida
: Commenwealth Glory

Shipping Details

: AK, HI, ID
Product Reviews
1.0 (2 reviews)
  • By John P
    1/16/2016
    From Oakdale, CA
    1.0
    Commonwealth Glory has been a standout in our garden over the last 2 years. The foliage remains green and free of foliar pathogens. The repeat is a bit faster than average. The flowers are among the largest of all the roses we grow (over 300). The flowers have a pleasing color-apricot to yellow towards the center and fading to white with the outer petals. This rose has a high petal count and a strong fragrance. The repeat is above average in our garden. This rose is definitely a keeper for us.
  • By Lauren K
    1/16/2013
    From Traverse City, MI
    1.0
    Living in northern Michigan, I plant my roses deep. They typically survive our winters very well, and I've never had any die back to the root stock, EXCEPT this one. Planted just like my others, this one came back the next spring with only wild canes of flat red roses, with little charm, no scent -- not at all what Commonwealth is. Later in the summer, I did get some blooms true to Commonwealth, but was extremely disappointed that it died back to root stock.