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Initial post 15 MAY 11 by Greg2213
We had a tough winter here in Spokane, WA. We have nearly 100 roses, many of which died back to the ground, or very close. Indigo was the only rose which survived untouched. We're looking forward to the blooms.

Update: Spokane is a zone 5b,

Update 6/16/13: We dug it up and moved it last year, in Aug. I think. From a part shade to a full sun spot. Trimmed the canes and everything. This spring it started doing it's thing, hardly missing a beat, and has lots of blooms right now. About the only thing it seems to do during our winters is nap, scoffing at the cold. Then it wakes up and gets back to work.
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 15 MAY 11 by HMF Admin
Great experience to share - thank you.
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 16 JUN 13 by Reem's Rose Garden
Hello,

I live in Seattle. Your review of the Indigo rose has definitely helped me in making my decision to purchase this rose.

Thank you for sharing your experience. It really helps novices like me in selection of roses that will thrive in our 8a climate zone.

Best regards,
Reem
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Reply #3 of 3 posted today by Nola Z5a
Thank you for your review. I purchased this (z5a) for spring 2020 because of your glowing report!
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Initial post today by JoeyT
FLS has lovely deep green foliage and non-stop lavender blooms that fade to a beautiful silvery color, and quite an upright growing habit which is fine with me because I didn't want it to sprawl anyway. I love the fragrance, it reminds me of the Blue Moon rose my mom grew when I was a kid. I will see how it does over the winter before I have an opinion on hardiness. I don't spray and it has been very healthy for me. My soil type is acidic, zone 4b and altitude of 5000ft.
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