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'Royal Jubilee' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 167-538
most recent 15 JUN HIDE POSTS
Initial post 15 JUN by Flamingo
Royal Jubilee seems to be impossible to find. Has anyone had any luck lately?
Reply #1 of 1 posted 15 JUN by Nastarana
RJ is growing, slowly in my back yard. Despite its' alleged alba genetics, I would not want to try it any colder than zone 5 where I am. Mine came from David Austen Roses in Texas. Maybe contact them. If they know there is interest, they might propagate it for next year.
Discussion id : 146-581
most recent 7 JAN SHOW ALL
Initial post 15 JUL 23 by Domenico 67
My "Royal Jubilee", which I casually bought as a containr plantin early spring, is now sprouting strongly and giving flowers a little bit more freely. They're beautiful, a loose cup similar to some types of peonies, of a nice silvery pink.
Flowers are healthy and nice looking until now, and the fragrance is not the strongest but very good, similar to that of strongly fragrant HT "Baronne E. de Rothschild";... a particular, distint variant of "pure rose" fragrance, which I'm not certain about how to describe.. but still good.
Reply #1 of 4 posted 6 JAN by Angiethebanshee
I have been looking for Royal Jubilee! Can you tell me where you found it? Or would you be willing to sell cuttings? I’m sorry if I shouldn’t be asking this. I’m new to this website. I had a chance to buy Royal Jubilee a few years ago when Covid was causing all the problems but money was too tight because of it so I didn’t. Still kicking myself. Thanks!!
Reply #2 of 4 posted 6 JAN by Patricia Routley
Member Domenico 67 Is in Italy. You are in the U.S.
In the ‘Royal Jubilee’ page, go to BUY FROM (top right), select your COUNTRY - United States, and you could try buying the rose from Garden Valley Ranch in California, or Hummingbird Roses in Michigan.
Reply #3 of 4 posted 7 JAN by Angiethebanshee
Oh my! I am so sorry! I don’t know how I missed that! Thank you for the help. I’m new to this.
Reply #4 of 4 posted 7 JAN by Patricia Routley
Its a pleasure. Enjoy HelpMeFind - there is a lot to explore.
Discussion id : 133-475
most recent 24 JUN 22 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 24 JUN 22 by Seaside Rooftop
Sets hips.
I bought this rose at a local garden center and it was in bloom. There was a ridiculously long delay in shipping so it sat in the nursery's "holding area" for almost a month. When it finally arrived today, it had a few developing hips.
Discussion id : 126-342
most recent 11 MAR 21 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 11 MAR 21 by Nola Z5a WI
David Austin website states Royal Jubilee grows in zones 5-11.
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