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'Lovely Apricot' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 108-810
most recent 26 FEB 18 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 26 FEB 18 by Unregistered Guest
Available from - Linda's Long Ago Roses
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Discussion id : 39-649
most recent 9 OCT 09 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 8 OCT 09 by Petsitterbarb
Someone that has Leander told me that she's thornless, but nothing is said about that here. Can anyone confirm this? Also, is there a climbing version of Leander, or can she
be a climber OR a shrub? Thanks for any answers...! She's certainly a beauty, and with good fragrance, one I'm definitely considering adding to our rose collection.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 9 OCT 09 by Wendy C.
Leander has thorns, though not a lot. Mostly big, easy to see thorns, no prickles. It has been a good, solid rose for me.
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Discussion id : 13-389
most recent 27 OCT 06 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 21 JUL 06 by Wendy C.
Leander has been a stand out performer since her first season in my garden.  I've experinced a small amount of black spot on the lower leaves, containable by pulling offending leaflets.  After a Winter which most of the roses lost all of their old wood, Leander had no such difficulties. For a time it was the only rose you could see in that bed. It is a continuous bloomer, who's blooms are long lasting in the garden or in a vase. 
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Reply #1 of 4 posted 25 OCT 06 by Unregistered Guest

Wendy, when you say "it's a continuous bloomer" what does it mean exactly?, which months blooms it, all the season?


I'm really interested in this question, I'm waitng for your answer.


 


Alba

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Reply #2 of 4 posted 26 OCT 06 by Wendy C.

For me Leander has very little time without blooms.  It has at least three roses blooming and as many as twenty depending on the weather.  Quite simply it is nearly always has flowers during the growing season.


Many roses bloom in flushes. They put out a wonderful display, then regenerate for another grand bloom. Leaving a bare bush in between, Leander doesn't do that.

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Reply #3 of 4 posted 26 OCT 06 by Unregistered Guest
Thank you for your answer, I've heard molt differents opinions about its bloom habit . Some people says it only blooms once, and other people says it occasional repeats .
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Reply #4 of 4 posted 27 OCT 06 by Wendy C.
You're welcome. Weather and location can make a big difference in the performance of a rose, which is why I mentioned, "For me".  I would encourage you to give Leander a shot.
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