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'Incognito' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 114-545
most recent 22 DEC 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 22 DEC 18 by Jonathan Windham
David Zlesak commented on the RHA forum that this rose is triploid
Reply #1 of 1 posted 22 DEC 18 by Patricia Routley
I’ll take your word for it Jonathan. I have never added a ploidy before but it worked.
Discussion id : 108-645
most recent 19 FEB 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 19 FEB 18 by Michael Garhart
I won so many awards with this rose. I'm not even fond of minis, but the color is super cool, and it produces a lot of tiny "florist roses". The color also looked really good underneath the Lloyd Center skyroof, that reflects light into the ice arena where the roses are shown. It does blackspot. But there really is no such thing as a perfect garden specimen in this rare color range. It grows better than many minis from that era, which either lacked vigor, flopped on the ground, or were insanely huge.
Discussion id : 25-262
most recent 7 APR 08 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 APR 08 by LoveMyRoses
I received this rose from Noreast in summer 2006 thinking it was Child's Play. However when it bloomed I realized it couldn't be CP. I called up & described it & they thought it was Hilde. Well, last fall I finally got a definite ID on it & am pleasantly surprised.
I am not exactly fond of pink or mauve but this rose blooms so nicely that I can overlook that. :)
Incognito does get blackspot, but that may be because it is between 2 larger roses of my neighbor's that get blackspot every year.
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