A rose by any other name simply will not do.
You might see them on Valentine’s Day—the Osiria rose is unmistakable, even amongst its fellow red-hued peers. Though it possesses the same shape as the other standard grocery store varieties, the one thing you can’t miss about the Osiria rose is the two-tone, striking red and white petals with a gentle ombre. It’s anything but generic.
If you’re thinking about a new addition to your garden, consider the Osiria rose, a hybrid tea rose that produces velvety, voluptuous blooms in the late summer and fall. Their dual-toned petals, which begin as a bright cherry red, will gently taper into a calmer shade as the season progresses. If you’re running off to research more about this mysterious flower, be warned. Photographs don’t always accurately render the hues of the petals, and Photoshop is rampant.