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'Beverly ®' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 121-071
most recent 21 APR HIDE POSTS
Initial post 21 APR by Torachan
I planted own root Beverly bushes in 2016. They did not perform with distinction until 2019 but then they bloomed in lovely flushes. Our Colorado weather is cold, variable, and our beetle infestation is not to be believed. These roses have survived.
Discussion id : 112-387
most recent 23 JUL 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 23 JUL 18 by Alexday
A few years in and so far, this rose has not been so good, but that might be because I bought it own-root. Clearly, people here have beautiful bushes but mine has short stems, and buds with few petals. The scent is very herbal/citrusy, it reminds me of Heirloom. Overall I prefer, it's parent the McCartney rose for a sweeter scent and richer color. I need to try this rose grafted, to be able to judge it better as most of my roses are grafted on Dr. Huey.
Discussion id : 109-987
most recent 14 APR 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 14 APR 18 by ParisRoseLady
Available from - Chamblee Rose Nursery
Discussion id : 106-949
most recent 13 DEC 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 13 DEC 17 by NikosR
Size estimate may be correct for the temperate climate but is grossly underestimated for the warmer climate, as is often the case with roses. My Beverly bushes in Athens, Greece have grown to approx. 2m high by 1.2m wide in just a few years. One can keep them somewhat smaller by pruning but by the end of the growing season they will have grown back large. This is a very vigorous HT given good cultivation.

I can also attest to the fact that this rose does not like humid / wet weather due to its petals thin substance.

Also, why zone 8b? This is a rose that can perform well to at least zone 9b/10a
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