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'Ingrid ™' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 112-641
most recent 14 AUG 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 14 AUG 18 by viscount89
ZONE 7: This rose grows extremely fast, great for cutting ,long vase life, keeps it color well; cut when you want desired shape it doesn’t keep opening very fast; long stems and blackspot resistant. Feels more like a floribunda than a mini-flora...STAR in the garden!
Discussion id : 36-042
most recent 2 MAY 09 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 2 MAY 09 by Barden, Paul
In 2007 I discovered an apricot colored sport on one of my plants of 'Ingrid', which has been isolated and propagated. I returned cuttings to George Mander and George is now evaluating it for suitability for introduction as a color sport. Although less dramatic in coloring than its sport parent, the peach sport is very attractive and worthwhile.
Discussion id : 26-822
most recent 23 NOV 08 SHOW ALL
Initial post 28 MAY 08 by John Moody
I am so sorry to hear of Ingrid's loss with her battle with bone cancer. I hope this lovely rose grown in her name pays some homage to her life. I am very happy with this gorgeous rose bushes flower production and the blooms make excellent cut flowers for the home in a vase. I like to pair it with it's "little sister" Glowing Amber as they make a super interesting pair in a vase. If this rose had more fragrance it would be perfect.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 23 NOV 08 by Zimtrose
Hello John in Missouri,
Thank you for your post about my wife Ingrid's passing.
I am glad that Ingrid saw the rose (she choose it!) for the last four years in our garden. I also took many a bloom to her hospital bed and also to the care home.

It's Nov. 2008 and just now I happen to read your post. I was traveling most of the time since May and have not been at home and at HMF very much.

It's also great to read the many comments about the 'Ingrid' rose. I am glad that so many rosarians have such excellent reports about the rose which is now growing in Canada, USA, England, Holland and Germany.

George Mander
Discussion id : 29-138
most recent 20 JUL 08 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 20 JUL 08 by dbcampbell
Update... this is a really great rose. no major foliage problems. great blooms. wonderful fragrance. thanks so much for making this one!! Again, highly's like Austrian Copper on steroids!
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