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'Moonlight in Paris ™' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 130-953
most recent 1 JAN HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 1 JAN by AndromedaSea
This rose does very very well in my humid zone 7a garden. I bought this rose from the local hardware store and it’s likely grafted on Dr Huey.

My soil is clay, and often a little wetter than I’d like. I mounded this rose a bit higher than grade, and it has not had any problems from the clay. The flowers are large, fragrant and beautiful. The shrub is upright with strong canes. I’ve seen some black spot in my no-spray garden, and this rosebush seems to be pretty resistant-a few spots here and there, but not much. The blooms just kept on coming all season, and the shrub also grew a nice amount. I liked this rose so much that I ended up buying a couple more.
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Discussion id : 108-763
most recent 15 FEB 19 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 25 FEB 18 by Kathy Strong
Heirloom --- the jerks -- have changed the name on this one. I HATE when they do that. Argh! But we better list it. They want this rose to be called "Moonlight in Paris." While I'm sure that is a good marketing name, it just adds confusion UNLESS they get the original introducer and the ARS to change the name for exhibition purposes BEFORE they do it themselves.. Now people will buy the rose under that name and get disqualified in shows when they try to show it under that name.

See, https://www.heirloomroses.com/moonlight-in-paris.html
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 25 FEB 18 by Patricia Routley
Thank you Kathy. Added.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 15 FEB 19 by VictoriaRosa
Actually, I see Edmunds is also calling it Moonlight in Paris. Maybe 'Garden and Home' just didn't have enough zip to it. It is a pretty boring name (probably named for a magazine?)
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