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'Baronne Edmond de Rothschild ®' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 107-631
most recent 2 days ago SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 27 JAN by happymaryellen
Ends up that this rose (which they sent me twice, the second to replace the first error...and it was the same error!) is still unfound for me. I realized after Star blew it on this rose, they sent me the Baroness Von Rothschild. The bloom admittedly is AHMAZING, but only lasts 24-48 hours, not for a vase and this plant gets DISEASED so fast, not worth it. Shovel pruned it. Now, if by some miracle I could get a Baron, I would try that, but at this point, I am a nonbeliever in its existance!
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 27 JAN by Patricia Routley
There were quite a few Rothschild roses. Try giving a nursery all the details like: Baronne de Rothschild ® (hybrid tea, Meilland 1968) [MEIgriso]
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 28 JAN by happymaryellen
Ok! Thanks!
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 2 days ago by Hedge
After looking into this I was a victim of the same error...and bought Baroness Rothschild mislabeled as Baronne E. de Rothschild. My specimen wasn't grown by Star but maybe their error was passed onto the grower of my hot house pot. Makes me question the veracity of the Chicago Peace I bought from the same place around that time. It has always behaved oddly too.
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Discussion id : 98-307
most recent 14 MAY 17 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 31 MAR 17 by happymaryellen
I planted this rose last year, and it has a very strange growth pattern. Has anyone else grown this rose? The growth pattern is that it goes straight up. The canes go straight up they do not go out at all. Making it a very compact bush in the middle, with a severe need for watching for airflow in the middle Also mind is not in anyway shape or form fragrant I will say I think it is one of the most beautiful roses I've ever seen it is so soft and gentle. Anyone else have this?
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 13 MAY 17 by Hedge
Yes, my experience with it is much the same...mine was a hot house grown pot that I planted last year. It had little root development to the point I had to stake it to keep it upright, so I had to baby it through the summer last year. It does grow straight up and has some dense foliage, so I clear out the center occasionally. Its blooms have been light pink with no fragrance and the darkest I have ever seen Ed has been fuchsia, so whomever decided this was a red was seeing something I never have.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 14 MAY 17 by happymaryellen
Ahhh, good not to be alone....i got it from an online vendor...they said they may have misyped it....but the new one they sent has same growth pattern, but onky had it two moths...we shall see!
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Discussion id : 97-250
most recent 2 FEB 17 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 2 FEB 17 by Greenman
Just thought I might share this from Northland Rosarium's page about this rose..."This rose has grown in our zone 5 garden for many years without winter protection." Since this rose is listed as zone 7, thought this might be relevant to some....
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Discussion id : 11-846
most recent 9 APR 06 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 9 APR 06 by HelpMeFind.com/Roses

BARONNE EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD - On the bottom of the page you spell the name differently. There is an important difference. Yopur page says: "Baron Edmond de Rothschild is famous for his Exbury Hybrid Rhododendrons" It is EDMUND de Rothschild (with a "u" not Edmond with an "o") who built Exbury Gardens in England and is famous for Rhododendrons. Edmond de Rothschild was the name of two French cousins 1) Edmond James (1845-1934) 2) Edmond Adolphe (1926-1997) You have on your site another rose, the Baroness Rothschild. - - Baronne Adolphe de Rothschild (Pernet 1868). 


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