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Infinity Hybrid Tea Rose Bushes

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The details

  • Size:1.2-1.5 m
  • Colour: apricot
  • Shape of flower: Perfect double
  • Scent: moderate
  • Flowering: Repeats
  • Group: hybrid tea
  • Foliage:B mid-green
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Rosa Infinity

Infinity rose is a new variety, introduced in 2012 by Fryers. It exhibits many of the recent advances in modern roses. Beginning as a perfect furled bud, its large, full blooms can reach 12 cm across when mature and will have between twenty-six and forty petals per rose, all of a subtle apricot orange colour borne singly at the end of long, strong and sturdy stems. They typify what most people think a perfect rose flower should look like. The other wonderful thing about this Infinity, and a clue is in the name, is that it just keeps on producing flowers over the summer months right into autumn. Marry this with disease resistance and a slightly leathery foliage that keeps on looking good too, you have a marvellous new addition to your rose garden.
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Infinity in your garden

Subtle, beautiful colouring and added height goes well in a herbaceous border complementing purples like Verbena bonariensis, Salvias or Perovskia atriplicifolia Blue Spire. Add in some of the burnt oranges often associated with autumn plantings - Helenium Moorheim Beauty, a dark Echinacea like Hot Summer, underplant with Geum Mrs Bradshaw and you have a readymade border full of cutting potential and interest for summer and autumn. All hybrid teas can become a bit leggy. Disguise this with underplanting and minimise it with careful pruning each year to keep its shape. This rose makes a fine cutting flower, so you probably need to buy several - one for the cutting garden and a couple of your borders.


  • Height: 1.2-1.5 m
  • Width: 60-75 cm
  • Colour: apricot
  • Shape of flower: Just the most perfect, huge hybrid tea
  • Scent: moderately fragrant
  • Flowering: pretty much continuous from June to September
  • Group: hybrid tea
  • Foliage: mid-green

Did You Know?

Bred by Gareth Fryer it has been trialled and commended internationally, and when on trial in The Hague, this apricot rose won a gold medal. It has to be one of the largest hybrid tea blooms and we do not know of one which lasts longer when cut.

What to expect

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Perfect for Winter

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Value for money

You pay less for the same size bareroot plants, compared to potted.


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