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"Rose de Rescht" rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 83-793
most recent 27 MAY SHOW ALL
Initial post 20 MAR 15 by moriah
If you have one on it's own root, you only need one as the roots spread and shoots come up near by.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 27 MAY by peterdewolf
Great tip, thanks
Discussion id : 129-591
most recent 6 NOV HIDE POSTS
Initial post 6 NOV by Magnus95
I've had this rose for two years and somehow it's been disease free both seasons, not that i'm complaining. It also establishes quickly, staying small and bushy. Very good repeat too for an OGR.

Scent was non-existent in it's first year but really comes through in it's second season. A delicious sweet damask that doesn't waft in the air, but stays strong on the bloom even in cold weather.
Discussion id : 14-649
most recent 21 JAN 20 SHOW ALL
Initial post 22 OCT 06 by Nature_Farmer
Great rose,wonderful fragrance and bloom only problem is she gets blackspot...I don't spray,but I will keep her,I won't buy another because she's so prone to the blackspot...:-(
Reply #1 of 2 posted 21 JAN 20 by Gesa
A wonderful rose, yes! As to blackspot - this hasn't ben a big problem here, but last year RdR was covered by rose rust for the first time (because of the long hot and dry summer?), while in previous years it had only shown hints of it.
Reply #2 of 2 posted 21 JAN 20 by Jay-Jay
Almost every year (that I do not spray with the natural solution) a lotta Blackspot on its leaves, but grows through that and keeps on flowering.
Discussion id : 89-567
most recent 20 MAY 19 SHOW ALL
Initial post 2 DEC 15 by Inde
Is anyone growing this rose in warm climates? I wish to grow it in Delhi( India). Our climate would be similar to zone 10 b of the US. The winter low is 2°C.
Reply #1 of 9 posted 14 JAN 16 by drcy1111
I have Rose De Rescht in my garden in Arizona. Our summers reach 113 deg. fahrenheit and our winters can fall below 32 deg. farhrenheit. It does very well. Its a small rounded bush with small flowers that seem to bloom in waves. I have not had problems with any diseases.
Reply #2 of 9 posted 14 JAN 16 by Nastarana
I had what I believe was 'Rose de Rescht' in the CA Central Valley, zone 9 hot and dry. It was sold as 'Ville de Bruxelles', which it clearly was not. What I had was very like what is described above for Arizona, a compact, rounded bush which bloomed in waves all summer. It did need some irrigation during the dry months of July and August, but so do most HTs.
Reply #3 of 9 posted 9 JAN 17 by Inde
Thank you for beep lying Nastrana. It flowers for me throughout the mild months. It isn't a nervous bloomer. But I Thu no it needs tine to settle.
Reply #4 of 9 posted 10 JAN 17 by Margaret Furness
I think your computer has been filling in what it thought you wanted to write, and that what you meant was "replying".
Reply #5 of 9 posted 1 MAY 17 by Gdisaz10
My climate is really hot damp and it is sometimes subject to rust and blackspot
Reply #6 of 9 posted 1 MAY 17 by Andrew from Dolton
It grows very well on acid loam flowering well in early summer then a few later on in September. In my damp cool climate it is healthy with only a smattering of blackspot.
Reply #7 of 9 posted 1 MAY 17 by Jay-Jay
It grows well on alkaline loam too and repeats several times. But my climate isn't hot.
It seems to grow well/flourish in Turkey.
Reply #8 of 9 posted 1 MAY 17 by Andrew from Dolton
Well if it actually did come from Iran as Ms Lindsay claimed then it must love hot and dry.
Reply #9 of 9 posted 20 MAY 19 by true-blue
Resht, or Rasht is actually not hot and dry but hot and humid :-)
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