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'Paradise ™' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 66-944
most recent 15 SEP 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 15 SEP 12 by Linda1989
Paradise is a vigorous grower with little care, I am growing in full afternoon sun adn it seems extremely hardy. A good beginner - disease and pest resistant. Beautiful, and I mean BEAUTIFUL blooms! Nice foliage, except when it gets very sunny and hot here in Zone 10A, leaves will have a tendency to burn. Very little to no fragrance. Great cut flower.
Discussion id : 66-293
most recent 8 AUG 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 8 AUG 12 by Slugger15
The form and color of the blooms is spectacular, but ARRRGGHHH!! Foliage burns terribly in the heat. Such a shame. I really love this rose, and she grows so vigorously---over 6 feet tall even in our drought---but those darned burnt tips stick out like a sore thumb since she towers over her neighbors.
Discussion id : 62-025
most recent 15 FEB 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 15 FEB 12 by goncmg
Surprised this one is barely available any longer because there is nothing like it. Have grown it in Chico, CA and Columbus, OH and no disease issues to speak of (maybe some blackspot late season in hot, wet Ohio but not at all the worst of the lot), the plant is tough, lusty, grows big and fat, great deep green foliage and I have never shown and never want to but this one punches out "show-ish" quality blooms as easily as does First Prize. The first mauve/lavender that I ever found to be at all "healthy" (Lady X generally is but the bush is so tall and willowy).....there is, to me, no scent at all with Paradise but the color is unique, adore that it is also named "Burning Sky"..........if this one has caught your eye, go ahead, get it, it is an excellent rose and one that should be kicked back into mainstream availability in my opinion.
Discussion id : 41-231
most recent 19 DEC 09 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 19 DEC 09 by anonymous-355729
This rose does good in my Arizona garden. I have it planted against a wall to protect it from the sun, but the leaves will still burn a little when the temperature rises (100+). Very decease resistant and a heavy bloomer even in the shade.
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