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Initial post 3 JAN 11 by SoCal Coastal Rosarian
David Austin rose much loved by Southern California rosarians. This rose has almost all the qualites desired in this group of roses. These qualities include form, fragrance, outstanding color, a very attractive well behaved plant, stems which hold the bloom well, remarkable remontancy, and resistance to mildew. It could use bit more vigor, then again, one cannot have everything. As such its important to get a budded plant. Makes a lovely tree rose. Solid exhibition credentials.
Reply #1 of 3 posted 23 FEB 19 by jmile
I agree with you in your comments about Prospero. I live in zone 9B in the California Bay Area. This rose is one of the best in my garden. It's blooms are consistent winners at the rose shows. It is not a large plant, but it is constantly in bloom. The blooms are long lasting and hold their color well. It is a trooper in the heat of summer even in drought conditions.
Reply #2 of 3 posted 25 FEB 19 by SoCal Coastal Rosarian
It's nice to have a reply to comments made over 8 years ago. Your reply is a reminder that I should get started on making a new tree rose of Propero!
Reply #3 of 3 posted 5 days ago by zuzu2007
I got a 5 gal Prospero from an old nursery today!Thank you for your review!
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Initial post 16 JUL 12 by bluebuster77
I had same problems like other comments when I start grows this rose two year ago in container. But I realized that foliage is perfectly fine in winter-spring time and prone to mildew from late spring. I just igore this bush then left under the shaded area. Lately I don't see alot of mildew on it, plant is not much vigor but produce quality bloom with visible green shade.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 22 JUL by jmile
This plant needs hot and dry weather. It needs the sun to grow big and vigorous like most Florist Roses---which this one is.
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Initial post 29 JUN by jmile
This rose is another heat lover. It is blooming in all this 100 + degree heat. There are no crispy critter blooms here. Love this new rose.
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Initial post 15 AUG 12 by Fred Boutin
Seems to be the hybrid Setigera 'Erinnerung an Brod'.
Reply #1 of 5 posted 15 AUG 12 by Jay-Jay
I have to disagree on that point of view; or all the photo's of Erinnerung an Brod are made of a wrong rose and the description doesn't match this rose... And Erinnerung an Brod is a once-bloomer!
Reply #2 of 5 posted 15 AUG 12 by Fred Boutin
I have grown and observed the "Tylor Carrl" rose for 30 years and have noticed all the variations and mixes in colors from light red to dark red to black with an array of bluish violets and purples, matching 'Erinnerung an Brod'.
Reply #3 of 5 posted 16 AUG 12 by Jay-Jay
Then please explain, why this rose is described as a hybrid perpetual?
As for the for the form: the only flower (on photo), that is posted on HMF, doesn't look like Erinnerung an Brod at all.
Other characteristics aren't posted as photo's. Did You photograph Your 30 year experience with this found rose? (maybe to share with the HMF community?)
Reply #4 of 5 posted 24 JUN by jmile
It is not Erinnerung an Brod. I have it and it is completely different. Different form different color different habit.
Reply #5 of 5 posted 25 JUN by jedmar
Agree, looks like a Bourbon.
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