dainty bess rose
I planted a Dainty Bess (hybrid tea rose) this year and it struggled with our very cold spring. It looked okay this fall, but it did not get very big. Since I did get a few blooms and found them incredibly beautiful, I ordered two more for next spring. Maybe this was foolish, as I don't know if they are particular hardy for Alberta. What success have you had with this rose? (I do grow tender roses and have mostly good luck with them as long as I mulch them heavily in the fall).