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'Tradescant' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 77-632
most recent 16 APR 14 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 16 APR 14 byDistantDrummer
Available from - Chamblee's Rose Nursery
www.chambleeroses.com
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Discussion id : 74-418
most recent 6 OCT 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 5 OCT 13 byANDREARK
I'm sure that y'all have already noticed what a novice like myself (2 year roser) has noticed. That roses, not only grow differently, but are different colors in different climates. I am a person that really likes to know what the color of the rose will be in MY climate.

Is there a way that you could post the city or area of the country or countries (e.g. Northern Cal.) alongside the photo? This would really be a great addition.

Thanks for being a great site. And if you can't , you can't. Thanks, anyway.

Andrea Koppel
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 6 OCT 13 byHMF Admin
You can always click on a member's name to display their member page where they are free to share as much or as little information about themselves as they desire. We feel very strongly about our site guest's privacy so we make very few demands of our participants but we do completely agree a member's location and background greatly adds to the value of their contributions.
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Discussion id : 74-320
most recent 29 SEP 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 29 SEP 13 byRenato Emma
Syn.'Ausdir'
Rosa Inglese a cespuglio o rampicante, Gruppo Rosa Antica Ibrida, a portamento elegante e arcuato; spine quasi assenti. Foglie sm/lucide, verde scuro. Fiori md/grandi, cremisi, quasi vino/porpora, forma old-fashioned, singoli o in mazzi. Ricco e forte profumo di Rosa Antica. Rifiorente, rustica e md/resistente malattie. H.90/250cm L.75/200cm.
(ROSACEAE) (David C.H.Austin, David Austin Roses Ltd., UK, 1993)
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Discussion id : 58-838
most recent 22 NOV 11 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 22 NOV 11 byvossner
My Tradescant has very long arms, seems like it would be happier if were planted leaning against a fence. I thought it was supposed to be shrubby and upright. Can you tell me about the growth habit of your Tradescant? I think I have mine growing on the wrong place. thanks for your help.
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