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'Chatillon Rose' Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 108-875
most recent 28 FEB HIDE POSTS
Initial post 28 FEB by Patricia Routley
There is confusion in my mind. Can someone help sort it all out please. I am a little pushed for time right now. We have:

"Phalaenopsis" - a found rose

Nearly Wild, (floribunda, Brownell 1941)
Butterfly Kisses. syn for 'Nearly Wild', Brownell 1941

Chatillon Rose, (polyantha, Nonin fils 1923)
Butterfly Kisses. Introduced by Ludwig c2018 - as follows:

Butterfly Kisses This extremely healthy, free-flowering polyantha rose was released in 1920, also known as ‘Chatillon Rose’, ‘Phalaenopsis’ & ‘Nearly Wild’. Grows hip high producing dense, large sprays of 25 to 45 single blooms virtually forever. Ideal border plant that responds well when trimmed with hedge clippers. Prominent stamens attract butterflies.
Discussion id : 77-556
most recent 9 APR 14 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 9 APR 14 by Grntrz5
This made it through our 4b winter of 2013.
Discussion id : 56-673
most recent 15 AUG 11 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 15 AUG 11 by Grntrz5
The blooms are a hot pink and fade to the rose color you see in Melva's photos. In our 100F weather, the fragrance is only a faint clove scent. But no blackspot, no mildew, lots of nice fresh foliage; the blooms slow when it gets 100F or over, the cooler days of 80 brought them back.
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