Dark Desire - 90cm Standard
Hybrid Tea Rose
(Kordiagraf) - Part of the new Parfuma collection by Kordes.
This beautiful, sensuous rose is everything you could want in a Hybrid Tea. From buds that are almost black, the cupped flowers emerge with a unique violet-red, before maturing into blooms that display a spectrum of colour from red to violet purple, to even darker hues. The sophisticated, sensual fragrance of floral and fruity aspects enhance this very desirable rose. The glossy green foliage has exceptional disease resistance, proven by its prestigious ADR award in 2014 and Bronze Medal and Most Fragrant Rose award at the Adelaide National Rose Trials in 2016.
The floral and fruity aspects of the fragrance resonate in total harmony. The classic notes of rose are enhanced with a touch of lemon and a base note of rose geranium. Litchi gives a bright lively note. Also present are the scents of elder flower, peach and plum. The scents rest on a sweet bed of honey and earth tones.
Peak Fragrance: At noon and in the evenings.
|Category||90cm Standard Rose|
|Kordes' Collections||Parfuma® Collection|
|Awards||Bronze Medal and Most Fragrant Rose on Trial at the National Rose Trial Garden Awards of Australia|
|Features & Growth Habit|
|Treloar's Health Rating||5 Star Health Rating|
|Flower Colour||Red / Purple|
|Rose Type||Hybrid Tea Rose|
|Hot & Dry Climates||Yes|
|Disclaimer||Every care is taken to provide accurate descriptions and information on each variety. Please note that characteristics will vary depending on the growing conditions. The information provided below may not be completely accurate for your climate or growing conditions.|
The stem height of standard and weeping roses is measured from ground level to the graft. The height indicated on our standard and weeping roses is an appoximate only. The exact height of the stem may vary.
The colour images and descriptions are to be used as a guide only. Every care is taken to accurately describe growth habits and reproduce the correct colour in images. However, other factors such as Australia's varied climatic conditions, seasons and soil type can affect blooming and rose growth.