Warm Wishes Hybrid Tea Rose Bushes

General Info RHS AGM
Shade Full Sun, Partial Shade
Area Exposed Windy Areas, Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained
Colour Apricot/Orange Shades
Type Hybrid Tea
Ornamental Berries, Repeat Flowering
Flowering Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
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SIZES 1-2 3-910+
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Warm Wishes - Hybrid Tea needs...
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  • Compost, Rocket Gro Soil Improver

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  • Uncle Tom’s Rose Tonic

    Rose Tonic, Uncle Tom’s

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Warm Wishes Hybrid Tea Roses

Warm Wishes is a modern hybrid tea rose that doesn't trade scent for flower power. The perfume is superbly rich and fruity, and the flowers open from luscious orange buds to reveal a double bloom, elegant and satiny with a neatly formed high centre, held in both single flowers and clusters. Have a look at our other Hybrid Tea roses to choose from.

It's pretty weather-proof, and the flowers last well, both on the shrub and in arrangements brought indoors. It's a healthy and vigorous shrub, with deep green semi-glossy foliage and commendable disease resistance, and it produces pretty hips in late autumn.

What to wish for in the garden

It has the RHS Award of Garden Merit, so you can be confident it'll do well in most soils, given a decent sunny spot and soil that's on the rich side. Mulch in spring with manure or garden compost to help things along.

Although a vigorous grower, she's compact, so does well in a large container; always remember to water and feed when you have roses in pots, or the compost will soon run out of nutrients. Roses are hungry feeders.

Plant Warm Wishes in a sunny spot, although she'll deal with west or east facing sites well, too. Prune in February or March, removing any dead, diseased or damaged branches, then taking back the stems to 30-40cm about ground level to an open shape.

She's lovely as a low hedge, grown en masse, either to line a path with colour and scent or to define a boundary, or in a mixed border underplanted with classic rose partners. Think hardy geraniums and nepeta, with spring bulbs to extend the season of interest, and easygoing, low-growing allies like Alchemilla mollis.

For a garden with a neat, formal look, create a low hedge around a massed planting of Warm Wishes with box or Japanese holly.

In short

  • Height: 80cm
  • Spread: 80cm
  • Colour: apricot and peach
  • Shape of flower: double
  • Size of flower: large
  • Scent: strong and fruity
  • Flowering: repeat
  • Group: hybrid tea
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit

A gift of a name

Warm Wishes was introduced by UK rose breeder Gareth Fryer in 1994.

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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