Tea Roses for Sale Online

Hybrid Tea Roses are harmonious cross bread between tea roses and hybrid perpetual roses. Their elegant, long stems and fragrant full blooms come in a wide variety of colors and are known as the most popular rose option. These flowers are perfect planted in any garden or arranged into any bouquet. The modern garden roses grow upwards of 5 to 6 feet tall bushes that can be easily placed among other shrubs and perennials. 

To ensure the best growing conditions for your beautifully fragranced rose bushes, it's always a good idea to check your grow zone. If you're looking for a shrub with elegance, fragrance, and easy care look no further. Shop our selection of Knockout rose bushes for sale below! 

How To Care for Tea Roses


Hybrid tea roses do their best in full sun, but they can tolerate light shade if necessary. Full sun allows their blooms to grow to their best potential and creates a better resistance to any diseases. Typically they need 4 to 6 hours of full sun each day. However, bright, direct afternoon sun could be too strong and burn their blossoms.


Tea roses require well-drained loam soil. They prefer slightly acidic soil that is rich in organic matter. Hybrid tea roses are repeat bloomers, meaning they are heavy feeders and benefit from constant applications of fertilizer. Begin in early spring, a month before new growth, or whenever you remove their winter protection. Depending on the fertilizer used, continue to feed weekly or every other week. Stop fertilizing around 6 weeks before the first expected frost, this will prevent tender new growth from being damaged.

Mulching these shrubs is a great way to cool their roots and conserve water. In the spring, add a 3 to 4 inch later when removing their winter protection. If you live in a warmer climate, mulch when the leaf buds begin to swell. In other words, your plant is moving into an active growth phase after staying dormant.


Following the rule of thumb for most garden plants, 1 to 2 inches of water each week is usually plenty, however, this of course varies by climate and growing conditions. For example, hot climates have sandier soils and need more frequent watering schedules than cool, coastal climates. If your shrub's top 3 inches of soil are dry, it's time to water.


If you are already in the habit of cutting blossoms, you will have a significantly less amount of pruning to do. Early spring is the best time to prune before new growth occurs. To prune, cut out any damaged, diseased, or dead canes. Prune remaining stronger canes by around a third of their length, down to 1 to 2 feet. This is considered hard-pruning and it encourages large flower blooms and strong stems.

Types of Tea Rose Bushes

What is a Hybrid Tea Rose?

A product between hybrid perpetual roses and old-fashioned tea roses, these flowers are the most popular roses to choose from. Their flowers can grow over 60 petals and be as large as 5 inches wide. Within a short 3 to 4 years, these shrubs can grow between 3 to 8 feet tall with long stems and pointed buds. Coming in a multitude of color ranges, you are sure to find the perfect option for your garden.

Colors of Tea Rose Bushes for Sale


Pink and red roses typically symbolize love and what better place to share some love than in your garden? We offer the McCartney Rose Pink rose bush and the Rosa Grandiflora 'Love' Red rose bush.

The McCartney rose bush was indeed named after Sir Paul McCartney himself. Its award-winning roses will bloom as single flowers or in clusters of up to 5 together. Their blooms give off a sweet fragrance and electric pink petals add beauty to any garden.

The Red 'Love' rose bush features ruby red and deep pink colors. They can sometimes offer a silvery-white reverse colorway. These shrubs were originally developed by A. Warriner and won the esteemed All-American Rose Selection award in 1980. Blooming from late spring to late fall, they are the perfect rose bush to place as any flowering hedge or focal point in your garden.


The Pope John Paul II is the only true white option we offer at Garden Goods Direct. Did you know its name was chosen by the Vatican for its gardens to honor Pope John Paul II?

Their award-winning pure white 5-inch blooms can grow over 50 petals each. They give off a strong citrus fragrance and bloom from late spring to early fall. They can even rebloom with a little deadheading throughout the summer. They are the perfect sunny pollinator for any garden. You will enjoy their fragrance and blossoms for many months each year.


A unique color to the rose family, yellow roses are known as the symbol of friendship. Offered at Garden Goods Direct are the Sunny Sky Eleganza Yellow rose bush and the Hybrid Tea Yellow 'St. Patrick' rose bush.

Soft apricot yellow and fruity fragranced flowers, the Sunny Sky Eleganza add the perfect pop of color to any garden. Their flowers bloom to a medium-size from late spring to early fall. They can grow up to 4 to 5 feet high and go perfectly in a flowering hedge or as a specimen plant.

St. Patrick's Day is all about green right? Wrong, this bright chartreuse-colored rose bush brings joy to the eye. The Saint Patrick rose bush loves hot summer heat and bathing in the sun. The color of their flowers can vary based on the weather; golden yellow in cooler climates and beaming chartreuse in hot climates. Similar to the Red 'Love' rose bush, this shrub won the ALl American Rose award in 1996.