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'1-72-1GHat self' rose Description

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Availability:
Breeding stock only
HMF Ratings:
2 favorite votes.  
Origin:
Bred by Kim L. Rupert (United States).
Class:
Miniature.  
Bloom:
Pink and white, yellow center.  None to mild, sweet, opinions vary fragrance.  1 to 2 petals.  Small to medium, single (4-8 petals), borne mostly solitary, cluster-flowered, in small clusters, cupped-to-flat bloom form.  Prolific, continuous (perpetual) bloom throughout the season.  Medium, long sepals, decorative, long, pointed buds.  
Habit:
Short, bushy, compact, dense, mounded, rounded, thornless (or almost), well-branched.  Medium, semi-glossy, dark green, leathery foliage.  
Height of 2' to 30" (60 to 75 cm).  Width of 2' to 30" (60 to 75 cm).
Growing:
USDA zone 6b through 9b (default).  Can be used for beds and borders, container rose, garden, landscape, rock garden, shrub or specimen.  Very vigorous.  drought resistant.  flowers drop off cleanly.  heat tolerant.  plant in partial shade for best color.  Disease susceptibility: very disease resistant.  Remove spent blooms to encourage re-bloom.  Can be grown in the ground or in a container (container requires winter protection).  Needs little care; relatively disease-free and quite hardy.  
Breeder's notes:
Mr. Moore had been given Grandmother's Hat, and told it was a Bourbon Rose. He crossed it with his well used breeding rose, 1-72-1 to produce a test rose he called, "A New Bourbon". He shared this rose with me to test in my desert garden, and I began using it for breeding to see what the results would be. This is a self seedling I've kept from open pollinated hips I collected from my plant. It impresses me because of the importance of both parents. Both are quite shade tolerant. Both are heavy, continuous blooming plants in my climate and both have the potential for creating thornless roses which are very easily propagated.
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