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Initial post today by Nola Z5
Palatine roses website lists Buxom Beauty as zone 5b.
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Initial post yesterday by Michael Garhart
AKA 'Beautiful Day'
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Initial post yesterday by BenT_TX
Fantastic garden performer , vigorous, bushy, extremely free blooming . New stems seem to come out of every leaf axil and end in a beautiful bloom. The color is the cool side of distilled clear autumn sunshine, very refreshing, mixes easily with most other colors, and is among the most colorfast of yellows. There is no tawny orange or pink shading, it’s a true yellow. Blooms hold decent size and petal count in heat, despite Weeks’ comment about better size in cool weather, Mellow Yellow bloomed right through my Texas heat wave where temperatures soared to 110 degrees. Overall I think this is a huge improvement over older yellows such as Oregold or Midas Touch. Somewhat underrated and underplanted in my opinion, this is my top pick for a true yellow HT.
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Initial post 2 days ago by viscount89
This dwarf rose grows to only 18 inches tall, and covers itself all season long with large clusters of lightly scented vibrant pink flowers. The color, look, ease to care for...this rose should be more readily available and in garden centers everywhere!
Reply #1 of 1 posted 2 days ago by Robert Neil Rippetoe
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