Together with the Floribundas the Hybrid Teas are the most commonly cultivated roses of the 20th century.This group arose as a result of breeding directed at larger, more colourful and shapely flowers produced over a flowering season extending through summer and autumn. They are mostly bedding plants with leaves that are often large and glossy. 'La France', raised in 1867, is generally believed to be the first Hybrid Tea but there were many other crosses between Teas and Hybrid Perpetuals, later including yellow flowers and possible disease resistance. R. ×odorata, Tea Rose, is generally considered the basis of this group. In Australia Ron Bell and George Dawson have introduced a number of new cultivars. Another group, introduced by Pernet-Ducher, originated from R. foetida 'Persiana' and a Hybrid Tea. These influential Pernetianas are now classified as Hybrid Teas.
Source: (2002). Rosaceae. In: . Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. Volume 3. Flowering plants. Dicotyledons. Part 2. The identification of garden and cultivated plants. University of New South Wales Press.
Flowers double red, fragrant. Raised in Australia by George Dawson, 1979.
Flowers silvery to rose pink, becoming darker with age. 'Mount Shasta' _ 'Prima Ballerina'. Raised in Australia by Ron Bell, 1983.
Flowers velvety deep red, the buds pointed, fragrant. Raised by Tantan, Germany, 1984.
Flowers large, red, slightly fragrant. Hybrid Tea. Raised by Bill Allender, Vic, 1991.
Flowers double, pink on yellow. A reverse sport of Peace. Raised by Johnston, usa, 1962.
Pillar growth. Flowers large, semi-double, bright pink. Raised Alister Clark, Australia, 1932.
Flowers double, deep pink. 'Extravaganza' _ 'My Choice'. Raised in Australia by George Dawson, 1983.
Flowers with pointed buds, large, double, pink with salmon and yellow. Raised by Leenders, Holland.
Flowers large, double, crimson, highly fragrant. Raised by Kordes, Germany, 1935.
Flowers with pointed buds, red on white ground. Raised in the usa, 1977.
Flowers large, soft pink, fragrant. Raised Fankhauser, Australia, 1965.
Flowers orange in bud, opening to yellow suffused with carmine, fragrant. Raised George Dawson, Australia, 1978.
Flowers apricot-pink, double, on long stems. ('Daily Sketch' _ unknown) _ 'Montezuma'. Raised in Australia by Ron Bell, 1985.
Flower single, dusky pink with prominent stamens. 'Dainty Bess'_ ('Dorothy Peach' _ 'Pink Favourite'). Raised by Mrs Marguerite Parks, nsw, 1975.
Flowers double, dark red, rather flat.
S rose' Flowers medium to large, double, coffee-coloured.
Flowers large, petals wavy-edged, copper to buff, fragrant.
Flowers double, slightly nodding, silvery rose pink, strongly fragrant. 'Madame Falcot' _ unknown.
Dense shrub. Flowers large, double, deep apricot-yellow.
Flowers large, semi-double, pink. 'Lorraine Lee'_ unknown, raised by Alister Clark, Australia, 1940.
Flowers double, deep pink in bud, opening flesh pink.
Flowers deep bright pink to silvery pink, double, slightly fragrant. 'Royal Highness' _ 'Christian Dior', raised by William Smith of Vic, 1976.
Flowers deep crimson, double, fragrant. Hybrid Tea. 'Blackboy' seedling _ 'Ophelia' climbing form, raised Mrs h. Fitzhardinge, nsw, 1938.
Flowers deep yellow, double. Featured in the Australian Rose Stamp Series in 1983. 'Mount Shasta'_ Peace, raised in Australia by Ron Bell.
Flowers double, 2-toned pink. 'Red Lion'_'Silver Lining', raised by Eric Welsh of NSWand named after his daughter, 1983.
Flowers large, double, dark velvety red, fragrant.
Flowers large, with pointed buds, double, pure white.
Flowers medium to large, flat, velvety red with prominent yellow stamens. Similar to 'Blackboy'.
Vigorous shrub sometimes used as a climber. Flowers large, semi-double, lilac pink, fragrant.
Flowers double, high-pointed, pure white.
Flowers double, salmon pink to flesh, with lemon tints.
Flowers silvery pink, double with darker flushes. Long-stemmed. Raised in Australia by Ron Bell, 1983.
Flowers white to lemon-cream, fragrant. Raised in Australia by George Dawson, 1980.
Flowers double, crimson, fragrant.
Flowers large, double, high-pointed, strongly fragrant.
Flowers double, pink with orange and yellow tints.
Vigorous upright bush. Flowers in clusters, double, pink.
Flowers with cream-yellow centre and carmine flush, fragrant. Raised in Australia by George Dawson, 1971.
Flowers pale red, double. 'Alec's Red' _ 'Camp David'. Raised by Bill Allender, nsw, 1991. Name is the reverse of the originator's surname.
Broad, vigorous bush. Flowers semi-double to double, cupped, velvety red.
Flowers pale pink, double, fragrant. 'Editor McFarland' _ 'Ophelia', raised Robert Hamilton,Vic, 1948.
Flowers pale or creamy pink, double, fragrant. 'Queen Elizabeth'_ 'Virgo', raised by Mrs Marguerite Parks, nsw, 1968.
Flowers large, double, high-pointed, silvery pink with petals yellow at the base.
Flowers large, silvery pink with paler and darker tints.
Flowers semi-double, cupped, soft to darker pink on a yellow ground.Vigorous shrub popular in the 1920s and 30s as a hedge.
Flowers double, high-pointed, orange-vermillion.
Flowers bright red, double, fragrant. ('Daily Sketch' _ unknown) _ 'Red Planet'. Raised in Australia by Ron Bell.
Flowers pale pink, double, fragrant. 'Padre' _ 'Rev. F. Page-Roberts', raised Mrs h. Fitzhardinge, nsw, 1935.
Flowers large, single, papery white with purplish brown anthers, fragrant.