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'Cajun Moon' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 73-219
most recent 26 JUL 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 26 JUL 13 by shbward
There is a webpage on the history of Cajun Moon http://www.pacificrosesociety.org/CajunMoon.html
"Cajun Moon (WEKonine) is one of the most beautiful and popular exhibition hybrid tea roses in the country. Best known as a sister seedling of the great exhibition rose, Moonstone, Cajun Moon has also been making a name for itself on rose show trophy tables from coast to coast since its formal introduction by Weeks Roses in 2002. Hybridized by the rose wizard of Weeks, Tom Carruth, Cajun Moon was not intitially scheduled to be introduced to the buying public at all. How it came to be introduced is a rather good story, and I am a lover of good rose stories. To begin with, both Moonstone and Cajun Moon hybrid tea roses are crosses of ARObipy x WEKjoe. They were grown in blocks side by side at Weeks Roses, and are very similar to each other in appearance. In 1999, it was decided by Weeks to introduce the rose variety codenamed WEKcryland, which would ultimately become known as Moonstone, under the name of Cadillac DeVille. Since these rose varieties were so similar, Weeks had no plans to introduce the sister seedling, WEKonine."
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Discussion id : 64-805
most recent 4 JUN 12 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 4 JUN 12 by bluebuster77
I like Cajun Moon more than Moonstone. Both have same quality, however, CM bloom open even in partial shade, no balling problem like MS. Just like white side of Falling in Love.
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Discussion id : 47-339
most recent 6 AUG 10 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 6 AUG 10 by AnneU
Per site everyrose.com, Cajun Moon parentage is Crystalline X Lynn Anderson.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 6 AUG 10 by Rosaholic's Southern California Garden
Hmmm-- wonder where they got that information. Wisconsin Roses lists it as being a sport of Moonstone, which is what I had heard previously. Moonstone's parentage is Crystalline x Lynn Anderson. So is this a sister seedling or a sport of Moonstone? Would someone please ask Tom Carruth?
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Discussion id : 10-591
most recent 1 DEC 05 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 1 DEC 05 by John Moody
I planted this one as a budded maiden this spring and in the fall of this year it produced some very beautiful blooms very much like Moonstone but with a bit less substance. The bush stayed very healthy and vigorous and I am hoping that it will prove to be as winter hardy as Moonstone has been for me.
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