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'Belinda's Dream' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 134-550
most recent 22 SEP 22 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 22 SEP 22 by RoseForest
I see so many BD's that bloom so amazingly well. I had mine as a band (own root) and even in its third year to forth is still much less vigorous and stingy in bloom than anyone else's I've seen. I have it in a pot and I am not sure what to do to it to make it more prolific. Maybe it was a runt or something. I still keep it around because I love the classic-looking bloom but it's just not doing it for me in terms of overall performance.
Discussion id : 122-083
most recent 9 JUN 20 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 9 JUN 20 by Witchy
Zone 6B update. I have 3 of these. The oldest one is over 5 years old, and was moved from my old house in SC. No dieback this winter on any of them. Still my healthiest roses. I do nothing special. No winter protection. I wish they all grew like these.
Discussion id : 118-536
most recent 30 SEP 19 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 30 SEP 19 by Chianna
If you allow to grow only just one rose, this is the one.
Discussion id : 117-360
most recent 29 JUN 19 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 29 JUN 19 by Anita silicon valley
Mine blooms a lot but branches can grow out low so I have to cut them off so it grows up more. It could be because the ground around it is hard pan.
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