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Initial post 11 MAR 19 by Matt's Northwest Florida Garden
Anyone try Peace on Fortuniana ?
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Reply #1 of 4 posted 11 MAR 19 by Patricia Routley
Probably the entire city of Perth, Western Australia, grew ‘Peace’ on Fortuniana.
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Reply #2 of 4 posted 12 MAR 19 by billy teabag
Yes - What Patricia said - Fortuniana is the recommended rootstock here in Perth (sandy soils, hot & dry summers, nematodes). I have two plants of 'Peace' on fortuneana rootstock that are almost 30 years old. They are strong, healthy and floriferous.
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Reply #3 of 4 posted 1 AUG 19 by ksinGA
Yes. Peace is fantastic on fortuniana. K&M Roses has it.
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Reply #4 of 4 posted 15 MAY by mmanners
We've grown it on 'Fortuniana' for at least 35 years, in Lakeland Florida.
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Initial post 25 APR by ksinGA
This rose has the most interesting colors. Probably, the most interesting of any rose. Truly a star in the garden. Grafted onto fortuniana rootstock, it is an excellent performer in Atlanta.
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Initial post 9 MAY 19 by ksinGA
These blooms are fantastic. Just as shapely as Peace. The silvery reverse make the blooms really stand out in the garden.
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Initial post 9 MAY 19 by ksinGA
Beautiful blooms. Very frilly. The color seems pinkish/lilac during the day, and more purple in the evening.
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