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'Black Baccara ™' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 131-396
most recent 24 JAN 22 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 24 JAN 22 by cooleyedbabe
Is there any rose as dark or darker than Black Baccara? I'm considering Black Magic.
Discussion id : 118-262
most recent 3 SEP 19 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 3 SEP 19 by Pitchford Gardens
I'm not sure why this rose is generating negative reviews. Mine is located where it gets morning sun outside of a window. It blooms repeatedly throughout the season. It is early September and it is about 7 feet high. So tall and narrow despite pruning in Spring. A few of the leaves are brown, but I wouldn't have noticed if I wasn't looking for this review. It has no black spot in our dry climate. I see it as a good rose, not a great one. Not an exhibition rose, but it doesn't fade and looks good in the yard, and outside my window. The other dark red, tall, narrow hybrid tea that I have is Black Pearl. It is not quite as dark, but still dark red. I think they are both good, tall hybrid tea roses and would purchase them again.
Discussion id : 93-893
most recent 5 JUL 16 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 4 JUL 16 by Michael Garhart
Star released a batch of roses that only do well in greenhouse-like climates. I don't know why they did, but they did. Seems like they stopped releasing them. I'm glad. I like the garden roses fairly well (except the Drift). I'd hate for them to tarnish their good reputation by continuing to release these naughty little divas into America.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 5 JUL 16 by sutekesh
I wouldn't consider our climate to be exactly greenhouse-like but this naughty little diva is doing quite well in our garden.
Discussion id : 92-589
most recent 8 MAY 16 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 8 MAY 16 by bumblekim
One of the only roses not making it through the winter of 15-16. Was bought as a fully bushed blooming from a high end nursery tagged with a Weeks label Mother's day 2015.

Although I put it in less windy area where I can normally grow higher-zoned roses, I think i planted him too high, not burying the crown when first planted. I would be willing to try one on own roots one more time in the future, my coolish summers made for nice dark flowers that lasted.
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