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Discussion id : 116-772
most recent 8 days ago HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 8 days ago by Matt's Northwest Florida Garden
Just ordered one from Roses Unlimited
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Discussion id : 114-850
most recent 10 JAN HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 10 JAN by Holly Hagy
Available from - Heirloom Roses
heirloom roses.com
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Discussion id : 114-849
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Initial post 10 JAN by Holly Hagy
Available from - Heirloom Roses
Heirloomroses.com
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Discussion id : 114-283
most recent 1 DEC HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 1 DEC by Zingiber
My favourite rose. Flowers deep cupped (not flat for me as in the description) with reflexed lower petals, and almost perfectly quartered. Buds start out quite dark pink, and flowers open very light pink, aging through to a clean white. The fragrance is heavenly and exceptionally strong- my favourite of all roses. I suppose if I screwed up my nose it could be vaguely like aniseed, but really I can't compare it to anything.
Only bad point is the vigour. This rose is very slow growing and reluctant to make new basal breaks. Mine is grafted on multiflora, I believe. Despite this low vigour, it flowers at every chance it gets, and is surpisingly disease resistant. I have never seen black spot or powdery mildew on it, despite those being the worst diseases here in NZ. It does get a very small amount of rust, which is quite unusual here; most of my roses are entirely rust-free.
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