Oklahoma’s color is so dark red that it is nearly black velvet in warm weather, producing big buds and graceful flowers on a bushy plant beset with large leaves. They have an intense old-rose fragrance, making them a superior cut flower. It’s also the state flower of Oklahoma! Darkest color & best performance with some heat.
- Class – Hybrid Tea
- Plant Habit – Medium
- Growth Habit – Bushy
- Plant Height – 4 to 8 feet
- Foliage Color – Large green
- Flower Color – Black velvet red
- Flower Size – Large, about 5 inch diameter