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'Cramoisi Supérieur, Cl.' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 46-562
most recent 7 JUL 10 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 7 JUL 10 by Carlene
I have the bush form of Cramoisi Superieur and picked some blooms today and they measure almost 2 inches across. How big are the blooms on the climbing form, are they larger than the bush form? An earlier comment said they were about 2 inches in diameter - but I wanted to hear from other folks out there. Thanks.
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Discussion id : 23-047
most recent 13 DEC 07 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 13 DEC 07 by thegoldens2005
I have had this rose for 2-3 years.It was very slow to start. In fact, it didn't look like it would amount to much more that a small twiggy pile. It sent up lovely, flexible canes last year and is now traversing the roof of our garden shed.. The leaves are beautiful bronze in the winter. The bloom this spring should be amazingas it will finally receive enough sun. This rose needs a lot of sun! We're in the Atlanta area.
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Discussion id : 19-052
most recent 25 MAY 07 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 25 MAY 07 by Unregistered Guest
I dug a few of these (probably*) from an old homesite in southeast Louisiana, with no idea what the rose was.

The first couple years, it didn't do much but send out a few spindly canes 6 feet long, and a couple-three blooms. The third year - this year - they took off, with new, big canes from the ground shooting to 8-10 feet and more, and many clumps of blooms about 2 inches across. Quite showy. So far, no blackspot or mildew.

This rose is pretty thorny.

*They were ID'd as Cramoisi Superieur Cl. by people on gardenweb's Name That Rose.
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