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Frederic Mistral rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of anonymous-382123
15-08-2017 Belgium by wl
Uploaded 15 AUG
Frederic Mistral rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of anonymous-382123
10-09-2016 Belgium by wl
Uploaded 11 SEP 16
Frederic Mistral rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of JDR-ID159686
My garden - Ro┼żni vrt "Maja de Reggi" Slovenija
Uploaded 4 JUN
Frederic Mistral rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Northland Rosarium
August 2016 Northland Rosarium Display Garden
Uploaded 4 SEP 16
Frederic Mistral rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of anonymous-382123
15-09-2016 Belgium by wl
Uploaded 19 SEP 16
Frederic Mistral rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of StrawChicago Alkaline clay 5a
Fred with sulfate of potash, breaking out in 40+ blooms in spring flush. Very vigorous as own-root in my alkaline clay, always healthy, but demand lots of space and water. Sulfate of potash is a mined mineral from the earth.
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Uploaded 21 JUN 16
Frederic Mistral rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of anonymous-382123
15-09-2016 Belgium by wl
Uploaded 18 SEP 16
Frederic Mistral rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of StrawChicago Alkaline clay 5a
Base of Frederic Mistral in its 2nd year as own-root. Always healthy in my alkaline clay (pH 7.7). I don't spray . It was stingy in its 1st year, but the blooming improved with sulfate of potash. The yellow stuff is whole-grain corn-meal. Fred's roots are big, but near the surface. This rose needs heavy winter-protection to survive zone 5a.
Uploaded 21 JUN 16
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