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'Lady of the Mist' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 122-304
most recent 25 JUN 20 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 25 JUN 20 by viscount89
This is a fantastic rose. It gets to be around 5 feet x 4 feet wide and will grow happily in 70% shade. Disease-free, and a good repeat bloomer. The best part is that it is an EXTREMELY fragrant rose. If you can find it, get 2!
Discussion id : 48-549
most recent 1 OCT 10 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 1 OCT 10 by songtaeyi
I am growing Lady of the Mist as a large shrub. Mine is about 6', going into it's 3rd year. So it will probably go a bit taller. It has not put up as many new canes as I expected, but when it bloomed, I believe it was without exception one of the most movingly beautiful roses I have ever seen. It also has been shy on rebloom, and I am hoping this is just until it gets really established. And the fragrance is exceptional. It is healthy, not a trace of disease , but the initial vigor is not there yet. I have it next to Wild Blue Yonder, and it took 3-4 yrs for that to become exceptional, so I am looking forward to next yr for LOTM.
Discussion id : 23-163
most recent 22 DEC 07 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 22 DEC 07 by Bufo
Has anyone tried to grow this rose as a climber? I'm wondering how tall it gets for you. Heirloom no longer seems to list this with their climbers. Thanks.
Discussion id : 9-029
most recent 7 JUN 05 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 JUN 05 by Jean Marion
According to CRL 2005 - This is a Harkness Rose (Harfortran) not an Austin. Orange Blend Shrub 2002.
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