1. Mister Lincoln
A classic hybrid tea rose bred in the USA by Swim and Weeks in 1964, these crimson-coloured beauties produce a strong damask scent and are ideal for flower arrangements.
2. Madame Anisette
This glorious grandiflora variety of rose presents as a large apricot cream bloom and has an unusual anise fragrance that will remind you of liquorice and spice.
Bred by David Austin, this English rose has coral-pink rosettes with numerous small petals and produces a scent reminiscent of myrrh, elderflower and pear.
4. Soeur (Sister) Emmanuelle
This old-world rose has a double-cupped bloom and parisian pink petals that give off a fragrance that begins as lavender and rose, only to develop into spicier tones such as basil, aniseed and fennel.
5. Perfume passion
A hybrid tea bush rose, the Perfume Passion emits an intense yet fresh, soft fruity fragrance with notes of lychee, white pear and peony.
Keep your cut roses fresh
Want to cut some flowers and bring them inside for to keep your house smelling sweet naturally? Try these tips for a long-lived cut flower.
- Cut your roses from the stem early in the morning and immediately pop them in fresh water.
- Cut the stem at a 45 degree angle using a clean pair of hand pruners.
- Remove the leaves from the portion of the stems that will be underwater.
- Trim the stems every couple of days.
- Change the water every couple of days and keep your roses cool.
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