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'TANtocnirp' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 74-110
most recent 18 SEP 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 18 SEP 13 by bluebuster77
this florist rose is NOT a problem under partial shade condition. Blooms are large and lovely, outstanding foliage. Don't see any mildew or black spot appear on large, glossy leaves.
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Discussion id : 66-612
most recent 27 AUG 12 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 27 AUG 12 by RSFRoseHill
Height isn't included in the Description tab, but in my garden, Hot Princess is over 7 feet tall, with looong stems for cut flowers.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 27 AUG 12 by HMF Admin
Thank you, we've update our listing to reflect your experience with this plant - we would LOVE to have more people do the same as that's what HMF is all about.
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Discussion id : 41-271
most recent 22 DEC 09 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 21 DEC 09 by John Rogoskey
Have had Hot Princess in the ground for almost a year. It is a very vigorous plant and
beautiful repeat bloomer. It is not pink in my garden at all, more of a mauve. Unlike what other have wrote, mine has a very strong old rose fragrance. The blooms don't last long on the bush, but it produces more than a dozen at a single time, and excellent repeat. For being in the ground only 9 months, it is going to be a large upright bush and with my spraying program seems to be quite healthy!!!
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 22 DEC 09 by HMF Admin
Thanks, very helpful.
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Discussion id : 17-100
most recent 6 MAR 07 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 6 MAR 07 by John Moody
I started this Hot Princess as a budded maiden four years ago. It has proven to be a reliable garden rose. It stays vigorous and healthy with my routine spray program. It produces lots of hot pink flowers that are a bit more ruffley than I ever expected. It has no fragrance. It has sailed through my zone 5b/6a winters with no problem and breaks spring dormancy early on. The canes and stems are extremely thick on my bush and not too thorny to work around. The flowers last forever on the bush and in the vase, so it makes an excellent cut flower. The only real think I would change is to smooth out some of the blooms ruffles so they have a bit better form to them. Otherwise, I would recommend this to anyone. It's a good rose to have. Most exhibitors think it is one of the best exhibition roses out there.
John
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