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Discussion id : 167-826
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Initial post 4 days ago by Jay-Jay
A nice and interesting-one Janine!
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 4 days ago by Nastarana
A very pretty rose indeed, but I would be dubious about the hardiness. Does not color fading from pink to red indicate the presence of China rose genetics? China hybrids are rarely hardy past about zone 6, or so I have noticed.
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Discussion id : 167-774
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Initial post 9 days ago by Kathy Strong
This is the other Paul Gauguin, which is the orange stripe by Delbard. It is posted incorrectly under the red J&P hybrid tea of the same name.
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Discussion id : 167-773
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Initial post 9 days ago by Kathy Strong
Beth , this looks more like the other rose also named Paul Gauguin, the Delbard Shrub, not the J&P hybrid tea. If it gets 10 feet tall and has orangish blooms, it is the shrub.
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Discussion id : 167-772
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Initial post 9 days ago by Kathy Strong
This is the other rose named Paul Gauguin— the Delbard Shrub, not the J&P hybrid tea. The hybrid tea has no orange in it.
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