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Discussion id : 112-194
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Initial post yesterday by viscount89
This rose grows extremely well herein the Atlanta area. Mine is own root and has not real problem with disease. It does get wider than taller. It's about 3ft tall and 4 ft wide. Pleasant fragrance, good repeat, nice tidy bush. It really should be more widely grown and available.
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Discussion id : 112-193
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Initial post yesterday by Cavallo
Does this actually exist? This is the only place I can find any reference to it. It would be marvellous, but I have never seen anything like it in commerce.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted today by Nastarana
'Mary Rose' has been rumored to have produced red and striped sports. There was some online chatter a while back about DA buying a striped sport from an American gardener. I think neither have ever been seen in commerce, alas.
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Discussion id : 112-188
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Initial post yesterday by Ozeboy
I bought this rose in 1983 and have difficulty finding fault with it. The original rose is still flowering well in a 24" pot despite the problem with the Dr Huey understock. going into holes, looking like a skeleton. I will be propagating it this season (2018-2019 on Multiflora understocks $10 ea since no one is selling it in Oz.
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Discussion id : 112-183
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Initial post 2 days ago by Michael Garhart
I think an earlier 'Sea Foam'?
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 2 days ago by Patricia Routley
I think so too. Changed to Paul's 1919 'Sea Foam'.
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