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Cassie rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cats N Roses
Taken on May 28, 2019 near the peak of Cassie's spring flush. Zone 7a NJ.
Uploaded 10 JUN 19
Cassie rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Quail Haven Farm
May 2013 at Quail Haven Farm
Uploaded 18 MAY 13
Snowbelt rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cats N Roses
This is Cassie about a week after spring pruning in 2019. She was planted in September 2015. She's always vigorous and blooms continuously. What's the most impressive to me is how she stays a fresh and full bush of 4'x4' without much care from me. Because I don't spray, in our high BS pressure, Cassie does get BS on up to 30% of her foliage and defoliates up to ~15%. But she sheds the diseased foliage and pumps out fresh ones quickly enough that the entire bush remains a delight at all time. In addition, her delicate white flowers are such a cheerful sight in my garden. Taken on Apr. 12, 2019 in my zone 7a NJ garden.
Uploaded 12 APR 19
Cassie rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Tessie
Cassie
Uploaded 5 MAY 13
Cassie rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cats N Roses
Cassie. I detected a very pleasant fragrance for the first time this fall - an added bonus to this very floriferous rose. In her third year here in my NJ zone 7 garden, she's reached 4' (H) X 3' (W). Does get some BS, but all other roses do too.
Uploaded 27 SEP 17
Cassie rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Tessie
Cassie in the middle, Compactilla on the left, and to the right white nierembergia whose flowers are almost exactly the same size as Cassie. Just in front of Cassie is a dwarf coast redwood "Kelly's Prostrate." Cassie came as a band from Heirloom Roses, Oregon spring of 2012.
Uploaded 5 MAY 13
Snowbelt rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cats N Roses
Bought this plant last year as a gallon size. It has been very healthy and vigorous. Kept most of its leaves over the mild winter we had in early 2016. Most noticeably, it didn't suffer from spring freeze damage at all like most of my other roses did in April. Taken in my NJ zone 7a garden.
Uploaded 28 MAY 16
Cassie rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of HEIRLOOM ROSES
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Uploaded 23 FEB 12
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