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Discussion id : 47-171
most recent 30 JUL 10 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 30 JUL 10 by Gerdhart
it looks like it might take a little to get established, mine is 2 y.o. and a little weak, hope to get an other flush of bloom this summer. the lilac-blue tones are so amazing! it doesn't have pink hints like many grey-lilac roses, the color and the bloom form remain elegant until the end even under rain conditions, very resistant to rust and mildew compared to my other roses which are all affected! (I do not use chemical treatments) it has a very light perfume, like many modern hybrid teas. big blooms, a nice add in the garden, combined with other pastel tones like Crown Princess Margareta, it displays a great show! it seams that blooms have more petals then Sissi and bear an old fashion style which looks great with Austin roses. I would highly recommend it for its desease resistance, dont' know yet if its a great performer as it do not respond well to rose food like my other roses. A true lilac rose without pink hints and which doesn't fade to grey when aging!
Discussion id : 10-634
most recent 10 DEC 05 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 DEC 05 by Unregistered Guest
Parentage is Karen Blixen x Blue Moon (Tantau)
Reply #1 of 3 posted 8 DEC 05 by
Thanks, it's helpful to have a reference too.
Reply #2 of 3 posted 9 DEC 05 by Unregistered Guest'hybrid+tea+rose+plant'&OS="hybrid+tea+rose+plant"&RS="hybrid+tea+rose+plant"

is the reference.

It has a patent here now. Too bad it isnt available here! Bummer, eh?
Reply #3 of 3 posted 10 DEC 05 by
Thanks for the reference and thanks for your help. Maybe if enough people comment about it here (at HMF) someone will import it.
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