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'Crimson Showers' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 18-515
most recent 8 JUN 11 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 5 MAY 07 by Barbara NZ
This is another rose that is so easy to grow. I have it running up an old apple tree in a garden in New Zealand. It is a late bloomer for me and needs very little care. It's canes get very long and as a rambler it can be pruned after flowering. Can you imagine the small cerise red flowers up in this old apple tree? In a few years it will be a magical sight!
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 5 MAY 07 by HMF Admin
Barbara,

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Reply #2 of 2 posted 8 JUN 11 by Barbara NZ
I never saw your reply oh so long ago and thank you. I am not too worried about people knowing who or where I am but do appreciate you telling me of the option. Now all of these years later I have moved the rose to another garden and am starting over so that magical sight never evenuated. I love this rose and am thinking of putting it in the middle of two Cerise Bouquet that I have that is also a very gorgeous bloomer for me. Cerise Bouquet gets huge and so the rambler in the middle on a very tall pole will make a nice sight as well. Jedmar's picture of Crimson Showers is wonderful and gave me the idea that I might be able to put all of these roses together. Anything we want to do works really as it is not fashion or trends that I like, but the creative side of what we can do. Barbara
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