Chrysler Imperial Hybrid Tea Rose

A classic in color, form and fragrance

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Chrysler Imperial Hybrid Tea Rose

A classic in color, form and fragrance

  • Velvety, dark red flowers
  • Strong, citrusy fragrance
  • All-America Rose Selection winner
Add romance and fragrance to the garden with this classic hybrid tea. Its velvety, dark red flowers have a strong, citrusy fragrance that'll float on the afternoon breeze or perfume a room. With a 45-50 petal count, the large flowers are very double—and create a stunning display in cut-floral arrangements and bouquets. Chrysler Imperial Hybrid Tea Rose won the All-America Rose Selections award in 1953 and has stood the test of time. Gardeners love its large, shapely flowers held atop straight stems, its fragrance and its dark, matte-green leaves. It's most vigorous when grown in warmer temperatures. Grows in full sun to partial shade.

Is Jumbo the Way to Go?
This rose is available in a Jumbo Bareroot size. Ideal for gardeners who hate to wait, jumbo bareroots have a considerable head start over our standard #1 size.

Jumbo bareroot benefits:

  • Field grown 2-3 times the size of standard #1 bareroot
  • You'll receive a hefty bareroot with 6-9 "flower ready" canes
  • 150% more blooms in the first year, guaranteed
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SKU: 81575
$69.99
For each offer ordered, get 1 jumbo bareroot
Grows in zones: 4-10
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Product Details

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Rosa 'Chrysler Imperial'
  • Height: 36 - 48
  • Spacing: 3 - 4'
  • Spread:3 - 4'
  • Light Required:Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Color: Crimson Red
  • Size: Jumbo Bareroot
  • Blooms: Late Spring, All Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, All Summer, Fall
  • Zone: 4-10
  • Form: Perennial
  • Flower Form: Classic Hybrid Tea
  • Growth Rate: Slow the first months while establishing, moderate thereafter
  • Pruning: Prune to leave 3-6 healthy canes. Remove oldest canes at the base, and shape the plant as desired. Always remove fallen petals and dead flower heads to help reduce insect and disease problems. After flowering
  • Foliage: Dark green

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