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most recent 13 MAY HIDE POSTS
Initial post 12 MAY by bellarosa
There's a duplication on your site. You have the pink climber, Dream Land, listed twice. I have this rose and purchased it directly from Palatine roses in Canada. It was bred by Rene Schmitz, not Daniel. I ordered the rose directly from them and Rene's daughter, Rachel, told me that her dad, Rene, bred this rose and that I would like it. I do. Anyway, please remove your duplicate post and keep the one with Rene listed as the breeder. You can use my pics - they are accurate.


bella rosa
Reply #1 of 1 posted 13 MAY by Patricia Routley
Thank you Evelyn. We have checked Daniel Schmitz and the Modern Roses websites and can see no listing for such a rose bred by Daniel Schmitz. We have merged the two so that only the rose bred by Rene Schmitz is now listed.
most recent 9 MAY SHOW ALL
Initial post 5 FEB 17 by bellarosa
Beautiful rose! I've been thinking of purchasing it. What do you feed your roses to make them grow so beautiful?
Reply #1 of 12 posted 5 FEB 17 by Marina's Garden. Crawfordville, FL
I believe this photo is made by Chris from Newflora and originally posted on Gardenweb.
Reply #2 of 12 posted 5 FEB 17 by Patricia Routley
It is similar but I am sure it is a different photo. In RosTom's photo, the label at the bottom is missing and there are no weeds.
Reply #3 of 12 posted 6 FEB 17 by Jay-Jay
A different photo, but of the same plant. One might agree, that this one is taken just a short while after the other photo in the URL. The 5 flower-buds in the center are just a little more developed.
Reply #4 of 12 posted 6 FEB 17 by RosTom
Photo was uploaded with permission of Chris Pellett - taken at KORDES' roses trials at NEWFLORA test site in Southern Oregon.
Reply #5 of 12 posted 6 FEB 17 by Jay-Jay
Gibt es diese Rose nicht bei Kordes in Deutschland? Oder unter einem anderen Namen.
Is this Rose not available at Kordes in Germany? Maybe named differently?
Reply #6 of 12 posted 6 FEB 17 by RosTom
No, so far available in US only. I currently give it another try in our German trails since it would be great having a climber of that color in our assortment. First evaluation under Northern European conditions showed borderline disease resistance only and not enough vigor to make a climber. We'll see...
Reply #7 of 12 posted 6 FEB 17 by Jay-Jay
Thank You for explaining and replying. Might this rose be suitable as a (solitary) shrub in Europe, instead of a climber?
Reply #8 of 12 posted 6 FEB 17 by RosTom
I'm actually more concerned about level of disease resistance under our humid conditions. Guess we need at least another one or two years of evaluation before we'll make a final decision on introduction in Europe.
Reply #9 of 12 posted 6 FEB 17 by Andrew from Dolton
What is the fragrance like?
Reply #12 of 12 posted 9 MAY by eihblin
But here in Italy Quicksilver stands a good chance of doing fantastically well...also in France, Spain, etc. Kordes roses are very popular here.
Reply #10 of 12 posted 6 FEB 17 by Marina's Garden. Crawfordville, FL
I am reading GardenWeb closely. The posted photo made me go back and double check.
I will never post unless I make sure it's legit.
Judging accuracy of the photo by the presence of weeds? This is something new in plant identification :)
Reply #11 of 12 posted 7 FEB 17 by Margaret Furness
All my photos are legit - they have weeds...
most recent 20 FEB SHOW ALL
Reply #1 of 1 posted 26 NOV by jasminerose
The purple is Sultry Sangria. They do look nice together :)
Reply #2 of 1 posted 20 FEB by NorthWestRider
Food wise basic lawn firtilizer 10-10-10 I'm cheap and always seem to be low on free time.
most recent 10 JAN HIDE POSTS
Initial post 10 JAN by bellarosa
Does this rose suffer any dieback in your garden? I see that you're in Chicago - I grew up there and moved to the 'burbs. I'm in Zone 5b, but think Chicago might be warmer? Would you recommend this rose? Roses Unlimited has it and I'm thinking of purchasing it but am concerned with hardiness. Any advice is appreciated.

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