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  • Re: aphids - more than I have ever seen

    I have had some aphids on my roses. Soapy water and water spray usually does the job. In your case with such an infestation, I would introduce ladybugs which eat aphids. I see that Home Depot sells Ladies in Red bag of live Ladybugs. Quote from Home Depot site: Protect your roses, flowers, vegetables, fruits and trees with the LADIES IN RED ...
    Posted to Rose Pests (Forum) by sal on 05-22-2012
  • Re: Exploring new boundaries

    These are some very difficult questions. Most of us rose growers buy the roses, plant them and enjoy them and really don't care where they came from. Hybridizers such as David Austin take a hardy native root stock (I believe wild rose) and artificially pollinate with pollen from a different variety. The root stock produces rose hips which are ...
    Posted to General Questions (Forum) by sal on 04-30-2012
  • Mister Lincoln

    <Elizabeth> I don't see Mister Lincoln on your lists...how can this be? If I were to recommend one hybrid tea rose bush to a new rose gardener, it would be Mister Lincoln. It is a strong rose bush, with a large, deep red blooms, with unmatchable...so far...spectacular fragrance.
    Posted to Your Favorite Rose (Forum) by sal on 03-30-2012
  • Rosa rugosa Rugelda

    <Sharron> Apart from having all of the endearing qualities of other rugosas Rugelda is the most beautiful rose I've ever seen. I love the colors as they blend together and plant more of this rose whenever I can find one for sale.
    Posted to Your Favorite Rose (Forum) by sal on 03-30-2012
  • Stephen's Big Purple

    <Cindy> This rose is so perfect. It is very large, with rich fragrance and deep color. It lasts very well in the vase. Flowers come one to a stem and this rose is very hardy in zone 6, surviving winters with no added protection. <Linda> Do you have any idea where I can get a Big Purple plant? It seems to be unavailable. I live in ...
    Posted to Your Favorite Rose (Forum) by sal on 03-30-2012
  • Mirandy

    My favorite rose is Mirandy. The fragrance is outstanding. It is a beautiful deep red color that looks like velvet. It is an old rose and it took me a while to find one.
    Posted to Your Favorite Rose (Forum) by sal on 03-30-2012
  • ingrid bergman

    <Jo> This is a great rose for the Pac.Northwest. It blooms with such amazing vibrance...the red just reaches out to you from the garden.
    Posted to Your Favorite Rose (Forum) by sal on 03-30-2012
  • Queen Elizabeth

    <Isabel> This rose is a beautiful pink rose and has a strong bud and is a lovely rose when it is fully opened. I have had this rose in various homes I have lived in and it is the first rose I buy. It is a lovely climber and makes you feel good just looking at it. <Patricia> The lovely pink color and prolific blooming habit. It is ...
    Posted to Your Favorite Rose (Forum) by sal on 03-30-2012
  • Morden Blush

    <Sharron> This is a rose for every gardener! It has beautiful form and flowers from summer until the end of the season. The color is delightul and it has a lovely scent. I think every garden would benefit from this rose. <Cheryl McCall> I was wondering where you bought your Morden Blush. I saw one listed on the internet, but I ...
    Posted to Your Favorite Rose (Forum) by sal on 03-30-2012
  • St. Patrick

    <Jill> It is big, beautiful, takes it's sweet time to open so that you can love the green outer petals and gasp at the beautiful yellow as it blooms. It was my favorite rose before I joined joined the Inland Valley Rose Club and before me one of the longtime members, Frank Strickland, the hybridizer of St. Patrick. A nicer, more ...
    Posted to Your Favorite Rose (Forum) by sal on 03-30-2012
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