The Marquis was in evening dress and white bow; Gerald, in a dinner-jacket, wore a tea rose in his button-hole.
The union, probably accidental, seems to have been with the tea rose or the Noisette.
One morning I was watering the flowers in her window and I saw a cluster of buds, that were almost blown, on her tea rose.
And that tea rose—why, it's a song and a hope and a prayer all in one.
Grandmother, I said, there are some buds on your tea rose; itll be in bloom in a day or two.
During the War of 1812-15 tea rose to double its usual price.
Countess Regina listened in silence, and nibbled the petals of a tea rose.
A sweet, fresh, indefinable fragrance, like the smell of a tea rose after rain.
Some other varieties, again, strongly impregnated with the tea rose, are quite as tender as tea roses of the pure race.
It was then supposed that no tea rose could possibly stand the English winter if planted out of doors.