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'Osiana ™' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 77-108
most recent 27 NOV 14 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 11 MAR 14 by Ariel7
I can't find Osiana at any nursery, not even the ones which used to carry it.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 27 NOV 14 by Tom Smith
Classy Roses in Jackson, Mississippi grows their plant for sale.
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Discussion id : 73-714
most recent 1 MAR 14 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 25 AUG 13
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 25 AUG 13 by Patricia Routley
Hello Peter.
Different roses.
‘Osiana’ 1988 is a pastel creamy colour.
‘Oriana’ 1970 is a red with cream or white reverse. Thomas for Roses are correct in their description for this rose.
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 25 AUG 13 by Kebun
Many thanks Patricia! Now it's just a case of waiting till flowering time to see what colour(s) the flowers turn out to be for a positive ID
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 1 MAR 14 by Kebun
Definitely Osiana!
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Reply #4 of 3 posted 1 MAR 14 by Patricia Routley
Glad you sorted that one out. Looks pretty.
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Discussion id : 16-574
most recent 11 JUN 10 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 6 FEB 07 by Unregistered Guest
Where care I but bare root Osiana for my garden?
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 7 FEB 07 by Wendy C.
If you bring up the rose you will see a 'Buy From' tab at the upper right of the page.
Hortico is listed as having this rose.
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 20 JAN 10 by oakslesly
EuroDesert Roses in Morengo Valley, CA has it. Contact owner, Cliff Orent at clliff.eurodesertroses@yahoo.com if you can't find it on his web page. He has a WONDERFUL selection of old world roses brought to California. He has over 5,000 roses at his nursery. I recommend him highly for quality plants and great selection.
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 11 JUN 10 by timdufelmeier
it's on sale NOW for the month of June and EuroDesert.
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Discussion id : 15-770
most recent 28 MAR 08 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 3 JAN 07 by ZEL

This is my daughter's favorite rose. I live in Massachusetts and she lives in Temecula, California now. She used to buy this rose at a florists all the time here in Massachusetts. She moved to Temecula in 1999. Can this rose (florists) be grown in a regular garden or just in a greenhouse? I was told several years ago by a grower, as I wanted to buy one bush for my daughter, that this rose only grew in a greenhouse setting. Could you please advise? 


Also, if Oceana can be grown outdoors in California, where can I purchase one for her? I am buying her "Just Joey" as she loves this rose.


Thank you,


Zel


I just saw that I can purchase this rose from Ontario, Canada, but would still like to know about growing outdoors.

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Reply #1 of 8 posted 7 FEB 07 by Wendy C.
Are you looking for winter hardiness? or just will it grow outside?

The supplier should know about the winter hardiness of this variety.
Many florist roses do very well in a garden setting. If it's being offered commercially, this one should be just fine outside.
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Reply #2 of 8 posted 8 FEB 07 by Unregistered Guest
HI,
THANKS FOR THE MESSAGE. I WAS ASKING FOR MY DAUGHTER IN TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA (SOUTHERN). I LOVE THIS ROSE BUT I KNOW THAT IT WOULD NEVER GROW IN MASSACHUSETTS. I HAVE TO BUY WINTER HARDY ROSES. DARN.
I HAVE A BEAUTIFUL GARDENIA PLANT I BOUGHT ABOUT 5 OR 6 YEARS AGO. IT IS NOT THE SMALL LEAVED ONE AND IS STILL IN THE SAME LARGE POT, ABOUT 3 1/2 - 4 FEET TALL. I PUT IT OUT ON THE DECK ABOUT JUNE 1ST & BRING IT IN BEFORE WE HAVE A FROST. IT ALMOST DIED ONCE BUT CAME BACK & BLOOMS ARE BEAUTIFUL, LOVES LOADS OF SUN AND WATER. KEEP IN SOUTH WINDOW IN WINTER.
iF ANYONE IN U.S. SELLS THIS OCEANA (OSIANA), PLEASE ADVISE AS I WILL BUY ONE FOR MY DAUGHTER AND HAVE IT SENT TO HER. THANKS
I GUESS I COULD DO THIS WITH A ROSE BUSH BUT HAVE NO PLACE TO PUT IT IN THE HOUSE.
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Reply #3 of 8 posted 9 FEB 07 by ZEL
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF ANY GROWER IN THE UNITED STATES SELLS OCEANA (OSIANA).
ZEL
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Reply #8 of 8 posted 28 MAR 08 by Unregistered Guest
I just bought some from K & M Nursery. They arrived in perfect condition and even with buds on them.
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Reply #4 of 8 posted 24 JUN 07 by John Moody
Hi Zel--I think that with a little bit of winter protection that this rose should be okay to grow outside with no problems. I see that it is grown by some rosarians in zone 5 already. In fact, I have purchased a bush of Osiana and it's sport rose Pink Osiana which is identical except for color of bloom. I would say you are safe to send your daughter a plant of Osiana without any real problems.
I can pretty much guarantee it will be a better and more hardy and durable growing bush than the Just Joey you are sending her. JJ is a very reticent grower and is known to not be very winter hardy. I lost mine to winter this past year. Good luck with that one!!
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Reply #5 of 8 posted 26 JUN 07 by ZEL
Hi John,
Thanks so much for the info on Osiana. When my daughter lived in Arlington, MA Osiana was her favorite Florist rose and she'd buy the cut roses and loved them. I know she would love to grow Osiana in Temecula, CA where she lives now. I will see if I can have a rosebush sent to her. Will look up the rose Pink Osiana also. Thanks again.
Zel
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Reply #6 of 8 posted 6 JAN 08 by Unregistered Guest
I grow Osiana here in my Alabama rose garden, Zone 7B
It is beautifull !!! The blooms are large and perfectly formed, one of my favorites.
Your daughter shouldn't have any problems growing it in California .
Also, I grow Just Joey, I love the color and the blooms are huge although it finishes a bit floppy.
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Reply #7 of 8 posted 6 JAN 08 by Robert Neil Rippetoe
Zel, most florist roses will do all right out of doors in most of Southern, CA. These roses are not bred to be excellent garden subjects. They are bred strictly for their blossom. The plant is often a collection of stems that grow straight up and sometimes require support.

Since this rose is only available in Canada or from Ashdown, you might have trouble with the rootstock they are usually produced on from these suppliers. Often they bud to Rosa multiflora which is poorly adapted to the soil conditions here.

Problems can be avoided by growing the rose in a container as opposed to garden soil to avoid alkalinity problems.

Ashdown might produce this rose own-root but remember it usually takes three season for the plant to get big enough to give desired results if propagated from this method.

I garden about an hour from Temecula though our weather is quite different here.
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