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'Mandarine Symphonie ®' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 119-205
most recent 22 NOV HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 22 NOV by JoeyT
Available from - High country roses
Highcountryroses.com
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Discussion id : 119-204
most recent 22 NOV HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 22 NOV by JoeyT
I am not usually a huge fan of bright orange, but this little rose is such a cheerful non stop bloomer that it has earned a permanent place on my porch. The fragrance isn't strong but is a delicious citrus just like its namesake. The blooms do fade after a long while to a peaches and cream color that is not unattractive, even when seen beside the fresh blooms which there is always a good supply of. I grew this rose in the ground in dense alkaline clay soil for three years in heavy to dappled shade, Colorado zone 4, and it thrived, then transplanted it to a large planter when I moved to Wyoming and it has done just as well. No spray and zero disease.
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Discussion id : 25-671
most recent 24 APR 08 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 24 APR 08 by Jean Marion
Only available from Hortico to Non USA addresses... Not available from Heirloom, but from their sister company John's Miniature Roses...
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Discussion id : 6-306
most recent 29 MAY 04 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 29 MAY 04 by anonymous-47571
The color is a lovely bright orange and it blooms constantly. It has had a bit of blackspot trouble in the hot humid Maryland climate. I currently have it as a container rose.
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