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I.X.L.R. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
San Francisco, California May, 2020 Two canes of the dozen or so this plant has thrown out. Some canes grow 25' to 30' in a season, then throw out shorter blooming canes the next season. Growing the canes horizontally, pegging them, or allowing them to drape and hang down off a wall, fence or arbor, increases the number of bloom. I really like this rose. My single own root plant will cover the top of a 25' fence.
Uploaded 17 MAY 20
Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
Coral-red blooms with straw to pale golden stripes. Little or no scent.
Uploaded 3 OCT 17
I.X.L.R. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
San Francisco, California May 2020 This image shows the color change as the blooms age. I had a spot of mildew on some buds, but my garden gets lots of fog and mist nightly. In a warmer, dryer environment, that may not be an issue.
Uploaded 17 MAY 20
Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
Colors are subtle, not contrasty as in 'George Burns'
Uploaded 3 OCT 17
I.X.L.R. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
San Francisco, California May 2020 Bud, freshly opened bloom, and an older bloom. No fragrance that I can detect. I think this is a remarkable rose. It gets to be a giant. Perfect for an arbor or pergola. Mine has thrown canes 25' into a neighbor's ligustrum.
Uploaded 17 MAY 20
Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
Label on planting site.
Uploaded 3 OCT 17
I.X.L.R. rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
San Francisco May, 2020 The blooms start as deep burgundy buds, open to bright cherry pink/red, then "blue" as they age, to a very agreeable violet. This is a sister to 'Veilchenblau'.
Uploaded 17 MAY 20
Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
Coral-red blooms with straw to pale golden stripes. Little or no scent.
Uploaded 3 OCT 17
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