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'Quietness' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 107-473
most recent 4 FEB SHOW ALL
Initial post 17 JAN 18 by Idahoroselady
I love this rose. In my entire garden ( at the time was over 300 roses) it was my healthiest and favorite.
It has health, disease resistance, hardiness, fragrance and garden beauty!
I bought mine from Pat at Roses Unlimited and soon learned the history of this rose!
The clear pink color is so pure and beautiful.
Highly recommend this rose to beginners as well as old rosarians!
Reply #1 of 5 posted 9 JAN 22 by ColleeninMhd
I just bought Quietness. Can you tell me if it is a once blooming? Does it grow in a mounding form? How big and wide? I live in zone 6a and have no idea where I will be placing it. I have a morning sun spot I am thinking of. Any photos of the plant would be greatly appreciated! Thanks Colleen
Reply #2 of 5 posted 9 JAN 22 by ARRoseLady
Hi Colleen!
This garden was retired over 6 years ago and the roses were mostly all donated to rose society members and friends around the valley. What I remember if it as I said: Constant Bloomer, hardy, Fragrant, disease resistant and stunning garden rose. It looks like all the pictures that are in the files on HMF. I remember it being quite upright to 5 or 6 feet and 3-4 feet wide. This garden was also 6A and I never had issues with it! Hope that helps. All the best Amy Dohmen
Reply #3 of 5 posted 9 JAN 22 by ColleeninMhd
Amy, thank you so much for responding. How wonderful that your were able to find good homes for your Roses! Your information helps me a great deal. I was beginning to having made a few purchases from ARE because I couldn’t remember where I thought they should be placed. This helps me. Looking forward to posting my own photos someday.
Thanks again,
Reply #4 of 5 posted 9 JAN 22 by ARRoseLady
You are welcome! Anytime. My current garden is under the AzRoseLady! This one is kept because of the amount of rose information that is contained within. Thank you
Reply #5 of 5 posted 4 FEB by EllaPAz5
it blooms continuously. It's a perfect rose in my opinion. I bought 2 last year and am planting the 3rd this spring
Discussion id : 145-104
most recent 23 MAY 23 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 23 MAY 23 by Kim W Florida 10b Humid
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Discussion id : 74-573
most recent 9 JAN 22 SHOW ALL
Initial post 15 OCT 13 by Leene
In my blackspot-ravaged Zone 6b garden (and I do spray with Actinovate weekly) this rose is one of the few plants with clean foliage.It's mid-October in CT, now, and it's still putting out perfect pink blooms. I couldn't be happier with this rose! If only my other roses did so well this year...
Reply #1 of 1 posted 9 JAN 22 by ColleeninMhd
Love your comments on Quietness!
I am in 6a and I just bought one from ARE.
Can you please tell me if it is mounding in growth form? I am wondering how it would look growing alone or should I pair it with other large rise bushes. Any other information as to size would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Colleen
Discussion id : 95-453
most recent 1 NOV 21 SHOW ALL
Initial post 17 OCT 16 by NatB
I live in coastal San Diego, about 7 miles from the beach. Got own root plant from a very reputable nursery that barely grew 2 ft in first year. I trimmed it a little in January that yr. and for the next two years it barely reached just about 2 ft. The location is full sun. I fertilize with fish emultion regularly and water plenty.
Reply #1 of 2 posted 31 OCT 21 by Jnag
How did this rose do the 3rd season?
Reply #2 of 2 posted 1 NOV 21 by NatB
Hi there,

My Quietness is doing great. In fact, I now have two bushes. Nice, clean and vigorous bushes. One in a big planter, the other in garden bed.
Love this rose. You have to give it a couple of years to develop. Prefers afternoon shady spot.
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