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Michael Garhart
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Initial post 2 days ago by Michael Garhart
I've always wondered if the unknown portion of the parentage is Piccadilly.

I saw a plant of this for sale at a Lowe's when passing through the Tri-Cities of Washington back in 2010, and I regret not buying it as a lineage study. I really didn't want to travel with a rose in the trunk lol.
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Initial post 12 JAN 08 by bob diller
How is Chianti in regards to black spot. I have an organic garden and don't spray. I have admired photo's of this rose for years and would like to add it to my garden. I live smack in the middle of the black spot belt in the Southeast US.
Reply #1 of 2 posted 28 SEP 16 by cakemiks
Did you ever try it? Blackspot is also a big issue where we live in NC.
Reply #2 of 2 posted 3 days ago by Michael Garhart
In the early 2000s, this rose showed up grafted with other Austins at a local high end nursery in the Portland Metro. They were defoliated by June in their huge pots. Looking back, I can't recall if it was from black spot or downy. They look alike at that time of year here. It's too hard to inspect things up close at nurseries. I recall this because it was my first time seeing it and my impression was "ew...".
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Initial post 6 NOV by Michael Garhart
One site says .8M to 1M, and another says 1M to 1.2M. One site says 12cm bloom size and fruity fragrance. Other sites say strong fragrance. Photos seem to range from cream becoming cherry red to off-white blushed dark pink.

Posting this for others because I was annoyed I couldn't find any information in English. It's on a lot of European sites though.
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Initial post 18 OCT by Michael Garhart
Ah, yes. This rose is lovely, and it is also red.
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