Hope and Glory Rose Rosa Hope and Glory = 'Tan01360' (PBR) (HT)
Rosa Hope and Glory, more commonly known as a variety of Hybrid Tea rose, is characterized by its distinctive flowers and overall appearance minus the specific dimensions. The blooms present a vivid hue that paints a stunning palette in a garden. Each flower showcases a multi-petaled structure that is both lush and aesthetically pleasing. The color of the petals usually ranges from a deep, rich pink to subtle hints of cream or pale yellow at the base, creating a gradient-like effect that is quite striking. The petals are often velvety to the touch, signifying a luxurious texture that is typical of Hybrid Tea roses. The rose's form is classic and well-defined, with a high-centered bud that elegantly unfurls into a large, symmetrical blossom as it matures. The plant bears these exquisite flowers singularly on long, sturdy stems which make them exceptional for cutting and arrangements. Foliage of the Rosa Hope and Glory is typically glossy, with a deep green color that provides a striking contrast to the vibrancy of the flowers. The leaves are usually oval-shaped with pointed tips and a leathery texture, contributing to the overall robust appearance of the plant. This variety is also recognized for its fragrance, which emanates from the blooms, providing a sensory experience that complements the visual beauty of the plant. The scent is typically a rich and classic rose aroma, which can be quite powerful and enchanting, especially on warm days when the fragrance carries through the air. In terms of overall appearance, Rosa Hope and Glory exudes the timeless elegance that is associated with Hybrid Tea roses, making it a cherished addition to any garden where its colors, textures, and fragrance can be displayed.
About this plant
Hope and Glory Rose
Rosa 'Tan01360' (PBR), Rosa 'Hope and Glory'.
Rosa, commonly known as the rose, is not considered toxic to humans. In general, roses are not poisonous, and people have been using their petals for culinary and medicinal purposes for centuries. However, ingesting large quantities of rose leaves or stems is not advised due to the possibility of digestive discomfort. The plant material can be tough to digest and may cause stomach upset if consumed in large amounts. As with any non-food plant, it is always best to exercise caution and avoid ingesting plant parts not typically consumed.
Rosa, commonly known as the rose, is considered non-toxic to pets such as dogs and cats. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) lists roses as non-toxic to pets. They can occasionally experience mild and self-limiting gastrointestinal upset if they consume a large amount of rose material, but roses are not known to cause serious poisoning or long-term health issues in pets. It should be noted, however, that the thorns on roses can cause injuries if pets try to chew on the stems.
Color of leaves
3 feet 6 inches (1.07 meters)
3 feet (0.91 meters)
- General Benefits
- Aesthetic Appeal: The Hope and Glory rose, with its large, beautifully formed flowers in a stunning shade of deep pink, can add a dramatic touch to any garden or landscape.
- Fragrance: Known for its strong and pleasant fragrance, it is a popular choice for gardeners who enjoy roses with a rich scent.
- Repeat Flowering: It is a repeat-flowering plant, providing blooms throughout the growing season and enhancing garden interest over a prolonged period.
- Disease Resistance: This rose variety is bred for improved disease resistance, reducing the need for chemical treatments and making garden maintenance easier.
- Attracts Pollinators: The blooms of the Hope and Glory rose attract beneficial insects such as bees and butterflies, which are important for pollination.
- Cut Flower Use: Due to its sturdy stems and long-lasting blooms, it is an excellent choice for creating floral arrangements and bouquets.
- Adaptability: The Hope and Glory rose is relatively adaptable to different soil types and climates, making it suitable for a variety of garden settings.
- Symbolism: Roses often carry symbolic meanings such as love, appreciation, and celebration, making them a meaningful addition to any garden or as a gift.
- Medical Properties
- This plant is not used for medical purposes.
- Air-purifying Qualities
This plant is not specifically known for air purifying qualities.
- Other Uses
- The petals of the hybrid tea rose can be used to create a natural dye for fabrics, imparting a gentle pink to beige hue, depending on the concentration and fabric used.
- This rose's strong stems can be used in basket weaving; though not a traditional material, they add fragrance and color to the craft.
- Petals can be included in handmade paper, adding bits of color and texture, as well as a subtle rose scent to the finished product.
- Whole roses can be crystalized with sugar and used as elegant edible decorations for cakes and desserts.
- Pressed rose flowers and leaves make for a beautiful addition to homemade candles, where they are encapsulated in the wax for decoration.
- Dried petals can be used as a natural confetti for weddings and celebrations, offering an environmentally friendly alternative to synthetic confetti.
- The strong fragrance of these roses makes them ideal for potpourri, which can be placed around the home for a natural air freshener.
- When dried, the petals can be sewn into sachets to freshen drawers and wardrobes and repel moths.
- The flowers can be used to infuse oils and vinegars, giving them a subtle floral note for use in gourmet cooking or salad dressings.
- The rose hips, which form after the flowers have bloomed, can be used to make a tart rose hip syrup or jam, rich in Vitamin C.
- Feng Shui
The Rose is not used in Feng Shui practice.
- Zodiac Sign Compitability
The Rose is not used in astrology practice.
- Plant Symbolism
- Hope: The name "Hope and Glory" suggests a symbolism of optimism and the belief in a positive outcome, mirrored in the tradition of roses symbolizing hope and anticipation for the future.
- Glory: "Glory" connotes triumph and high esteem. Roses often symbolize glory, reflecting grandeur, magnificence, and the beauty of achievement.
- Love: The rose universally represents love, with different colors conveying nuanced meanings. It is a token of deep affection and romantic feelings.
- Honor: Roses are given to show respect and to honor someone's achievements or presence in one's life.
- Devotion: As an emblem of heartfelt commitment, the rose expresses devotion in relationships, symbolizing a deep and enduring attachment.
- Beauty: The inherent beauty of roses makes them a symbol of physical and inner beauty, grace, and elegance.
Hybrid Tea Roses, like the 'Hope and Glory', require consistent moisture to thrive. They should be watered deeply once a week during cooler weather; however, in the heat of summer, watering may need to increase to two or three times per week. The method of watering should aim to keep the foliage dry to prevent disease, focusing the water at the base of the plant. When watering, provide about 1 to 2 gallons of water per plant each time, ensuring that the water penetrates deeply into the soil to encourage deep root growth.
For the 'Hope and Glory' Hybrid Tea Rose, full sunlight is best, which means planting them in a location where they receive at least six hours of direct sun a day. They thrive in an area that's open and receives morning light, which helps dry the dew on the leaves and reduces the risk of fungal diseases.
The 'Hope and Glory' Hybrid Tea Rose thrives in a range of temperatures from about 60°F to 90°F. Hardy in USDA zones 5 to 9, they can survive minimum temperatures down to -20°F when properly winterized. The ideal growing temperatures for maximum blooming are between 65°F to 75°F.
'Hope and Glory' Hybrid Tea Roses should be pruned to maintain plant health, improve air circulation, and shape the plant. The best time to prune is in early spring, just as the buds start to swell. Remove any dead or diseased wood, and cut back about one third to one half of the previous year's growth to outward-facing buds to encourage an open vase shape. Prune annually and deadhead spent blooms throughout the growing season to encourage more flowers.
The Hybrid Tea Rose 'Hope and Glory' thrives best in well-drained, loamy soil with organic matter. A mix containing equal parts garden soil, compost, and coarse sand or perlite is ideal. The pH should be slightly acidic to neutral, around 6.0 to 7.0. Regular amendments with organic matter will help maintain soil fertility.
The Hybrid Tea Rose 'Hope and Glory' typically doesn't need frequent repotting. It should be planted in the ground if possible, but if grown in a container, repotting every 2 to 3 years or when the plant outgrows the pot is recommended, providing fresh soil and room for continued growth.
- Humidity & Misting
Hybrid Tea Rose 'Hope and Glory' prefers moderate ambient humidity but is adaptable. While it can tolerate a range from 40% to 70%, too high humidity can promote fungal diseases, so ensuring good air circulation around the plant is crucial.
- Suitable locations
Ensure bright light, regular water, and feed for growth.
Plant in full sun, enrich soil, and ensure good drainage.
- Life cycle
The Rosa 'Hope and Glory' or 'Tan01360' typically begins its life as a dormant bare-root plant or as a grafted specimen in the nursery. Upon planting, it enters a vegetative stage where it focuses on producing strong stems and green foliage. Following the vegetative phase, the plant undergoes bud formation where the first signs of future flowers appear as small buds. These buds grow and eventually bloom into the characteristic full, fragrant roses during the flowering stage, which can occur repeatedly in cycles throughout the growing season. After pollination, roses may form rose hips, which contain seeds, leading to the propagation stage if conditions allow for seed development and germination. Finally, the rose enters dormancy during the colder months, conserving energy to restart the cycle in the following growing season.
The Rosa 'Hope and Glory' (officially named 'Tan01360') is a hybrid tea rose that is most commonly propagated through the method of softwood cuttings. This technique is typically performed in late spring to early summer when new growth is supple and has not yet fully matured. To propagate, gardeners should select a healthy stem with a few leaves present and cut it at a length of about 6 inches (approximately 15 centimeters). Below the bottom set of leaves, a clean cut is made at a 45-degree angle to increase the surface area for rooting. The lower leaves are removed, and the cut end is often dipped in rooting hormone to encourage root development before placing the cutting in a well-draining soil mix. The cutting needs to be kept moist and in a warm environment with indirect light until roots have established, which can take several weeks.