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'Lady Ann Kidwell' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 111-584
most recent 19 JUN 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 19 JUN 18 by BrianH
I love this rose! Small, impossibly long, elegant buds of a true cerise color open quickly to a charming fluffy jumble. It is robust, healthy, with dark blue-green foliage and few thorns. It strikes readily from cuttings. It can bloom from the tiniest branch...and does! Its pedicels are slim, lax, and graceful. I would not be without it.
Discussion id : 71-222
most recent 26 APR 13 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 26 APR 13 by timdufelmeier
The closest thing in rosedom to a fuschia (plant not color.). Not too thorny 4-5' bush covered with hanging deep pink, fuschia sized roses. They open up like a ribbon on a gift, while the amazing buds are shaped like a cross between Cecile Brunner (but bigger/longer) and a (little) Eiffel Tower. Lovely medium scent, not mild. Definitely one of the greatest rose buds ever.
Too charming for words.

PS Usually polyanthas are totally boring to me, this one is in a class by itself!
Discussion id : 66-136
most recent 31 JUL 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 30 JUL 12 by Jay-Jay
When I see the photo's of this rose, I think there is a typo in width: Doesn't it have to be 6' or 185 cm?
Reply #1 of 1 posted 31 JUL 12 by Patricia Routley
Certainly does. Fixed. Thanks Jay Jay.
Discussion id : 53-846
most recent 29 APR 11 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 29 APR 11 by Kim Rupert
Per Dan Marsh, Edward Marsh's grandson, Ann Kidwell sponsored Edward Marsh's US citizenship. He named this Alfred Krebs creation in her honor. Alfred Krebs also created the white single HT, White Wings.
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