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'Teasing Georgia' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 91-063
most recent 23 FEB 16 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 23 FEB 16 by Nastarana
This rose is being grown in a number of gardens in zone 5 and even 4, including in Russia.

Maybe the hardiness could be updated on the description page?
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Discussion id : 74-311
most recent 29 SEP 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 29 SEP 13 by Renato Emma
Syn.'Ausbaker'
Rosa Inglese a cespuglio o rampicante, Gruppo Ibridi Leandro, a portamento alto, folto, eretto. Rustica. Fogliame folto, sm/lucido, verde scuro. Fiori grandi, giallo ambra, con ombre albicocca, bordi giallo chiaro, singoli o in mazzi. Forte fragranza fruttata e thè. Rifiorente. Resistente malattie. H.100-180cm L.75cm. Adatta x fiori da taglio.
(ROSACEAE) (David C.H.Austin, David Austin Roses Ltd., UK, 1998)
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Discussion id : 69-664
most recent 26 JAN 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 26 JAN 13 by leezen
According to the Austin catalog for 2012 and 2013 Teasing Georgia has approximately 110 petals. HMF listing states 41 and (26-40).
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 26 JAN 13 by Lyn G
Thank you. Corrected.
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Discussion id : 65-107
most recent 16 JUN 12 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 16 JUN 12 by Danda
A great rose here in the UK.
A real bloom machine that grows vigorously and radiates good health, standing up to the elements without losing any of its good looks and charm.
Despite cool, damp, rainy springs... The blooms never fail to open and I have never seen the buds ball despite the many petals. It is reliably covered with masses of buds and blooms and for me, repeating very well.
The foliage is plentiful and healthy and what few spots that show never make any impact. In fact, she is semi-evergreen here in what would be equivalent to a USDA zone 7.

She will, on occasion, toss out long canes and these can be utilised or pruned out depending upon the desired overall shape. Note that in high winds and especially when accompanied by the extra weight of rain... Before these long canes have hardened and fully matured, they can be torn off by the wind... So secure them if you desire to keep them.
In my years of growing T.G. It has earned its place amongst my favourites and I can say it does equally well in the garden or planted in a large container.

I wish more roses had its good attributes.
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