Chris Evert

No, not a subtle color. In fact, it's a 'grand slam' as far as most eyeballs are concerned. Some might call it orange-yellow, others yellow-orange — but the scarlet blush 'served' at the finish of the flower is 'game point'. The'match' is completed by a well-behaved clean plant for these showy well-formed blossoms. Deep red new foliage and large green leaves put on the final 'top-spin'. You'll 'love' it. Better size in cool weather. Consistent color.

General Information

  • Class Hybrid Tea
  • Cultivar cv. WEKjuvoo
  • Patent Pat.#10,071
  • Plant Habit Medium
  • Growth Habit Upright
  • Plant Height 3 to 4 feet
  • Foliage Color Large green, deep red new foliage
  • Flower Color Melon orange blushing red
  • Flower Size Large
  • Flower Form Double, well-formed
  • Petal Count 25 to 30
  • Parentage Voodoo x (Katherine Loker x Gingersnap)
  • Hybridizer Tom Carruth
  • Intro Year 1997
  • Introduced By Weeks Roses