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Initial post today byDaniel Alm
Breeder code 'BAIcham'

http://www.easyeleganceroses.com/roses/easy-elegance-champagne-wishes-rose
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Reply #1 of 1 posted today byjedmar
Thank you, added!
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Initial post 7 NOV 15 bysteve fritz
Pretty flower, no scent, prone to black spot..
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Reply #1 of 1 posted today byBajazzoHT
Hello Steve. Do you have this rose now? I have looked for a long time but cannot find it since it was introduced way back in the 1980's. Jay
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Initial post 5 NOV 12 bynorthtexas
I have this growing in a pot this year. The fragrance of this rose is wonderful and strong. I can smell one bloom from 10 feet away. The pictures I see of this rose show purple. In my garden it is not, it is more magenta or dark pink. I love the smell, and the blooms last a while. Comparing this rose to Ebb Tide (which I have had in the past), Twilight Zone wins by far in rebloom and vigor. The fragrance is just as strong.
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 5 OCT byStrawChicago Organic 5a
Thank you for the info. I'm not sure if Ebb tide or Twilight zone would be best for my alkaline clay, zone 5a. Anyone grow Twilight zone as own-root in zone 5? Thanks.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted today byJerilin
Hi,
I cannot comment on alkaline clay or own root version but I am in zone 5a, neutral-acidic, ultra rich black loam, NE Iowa (surrounded on all sides by 4b) and I have Twilight Zone on Multiflora from Palantine planted last year and it has made it back this spring with about a foot of surviving cane. Our winter temp got to approx -15 at its coldest with wind (though I am on a fairly wind protected property with a northern side of house pine windblock) and this spring we had a nasty 60-70 degree for a week with sun followed by a week of cold down to 5 degrees with a foot of snow and this rose came back just fine. I get my HT's and grandifloras grafted on multiflora but for your alkaline you could try huey. For protection all I did was mound dirt from our property on top about 6 inches. I really love the rose so far but be aware jap beetles love this one (and all HT's haha) and the color on mine is more of a magenta purple than a dark purple. I also have Poseidon and that one has even more surviving came than this one.
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