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'Easy Does It ®' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 139-081
most recent 1 MAR HIDE POSTS
Initial post 28 FEB by Poesie
I can't enter the neme of dad for my 12-21-02 seedling. Dad is Easy Does it. When I type it in, it throws me on the Easy Does it rose and it doesn't stick in the memory dad. Please help.

Regards, Irena
Reply #1 of 2 posted 28 FEB by HMF Admin
We are having a little difficulty understanding what you are trying to accomplish: are you trying to enter parentage information or and alternate name for your seedling?
Reply #2 of 2 posted 1 MAR by jedmar
'Easy Does It' is listed as pollen parent of your seedling 12-21-02.
Discussion id : 135-730
most recent 15 DEC HIDE POSTS
Initial post 15 DEC by steve fritz
I had a single specimin of Easy Does It. It flowered continuosly but was plagued with black spot.

It's leaves droped, but that hardly slowed down its flower production. I read that some gardeners have very little trouble with blackspot on this rose. I wonder if, as with roses that sport different colors, some cuttings might be a sport that is not as disease resistant as others???

I found this to be fertile as both a seed and a pollen parent.
Discussion id : 111-593
most recent 15 APR 21 SHOW ALL
Initial post 19 JUN 18 by viscount89
This is one AMAZING rose! Beautiful color, form, fragrance, vigor, disease resistance.
No spraying needed and it is ALWAYS in bloom from April-December here in North Georgia.
I rarely have multiples of my different varieties but have have several bushes and 1 standard. A MUST for the rose garden.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 15 APR 21 by RoseForest
I am in Noth Atlanta and I have it too. Can't wait to see what it does in its second season. It has been a great rose so far, considering it started out as an own root band with a broken limb.
Discussion id : 98-736
most recent 1 MAY 20 SHOW ALL
Initial post 26 APR 17 by Osprey
Easy Does it reaches 6 ft. high in my zone 7a (central Maryland) garden. And that's with cutting it down to 2 ft. in the spring, and very moderate fertilization with fish emulsion.

Also, I would class the fragrance as strong rather than moderate -- in fact the scent is unbelievable. I have this in my front yard, and everyone who passes by on the sidewalk swoons. Sometimes i look out the window and there's a little group of people standing around the plant.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 1 MAY 20 by Ms.Lefty
I also live in Central MD, just outside of Baltimore (Zone 7b). Since Osprey says it will reach 6 ft, I'm wondering whether I can grow "Easy Does It" on a pillar. Has anybody tried growing it this way?
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