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Hot Princess growth habit

Posted by maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 13, 06 at 17:30

I'm trying to decide between Hot Princess or Fame as a good, productive cut flower AND attractively shaped garden rose. Can you tell me please how HP grows (or Fame for that matter). Thank you. Your opinion on either is also welcome.


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RE: Hot Princess growth habit

My HP is grafted on Manetti (from Carlton). It has been in the ground 6 years. It is tall (hovers around 6') AND bushy, usually sends up a basal or two every year. I would consider it an attractive plant.


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RE: Hot Princess growth habit

I have several on Fortuniana. They grow like a horse, but the blooms hate heat. I might be doing something wrong, but the blooms have very few petals in warmer temps(above 80) and crummy form. It really shines in January and Feb. when it is colder. I have seen some nice blooms at local shows but nothing like others report. Houston here.I call it my winter rose. Best blooms were after a frost. Very tall and slow bloomer because it grows long stems even when blooms are small.


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RE: Hot Princess growth habit

  • Posted by maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
    Thu, Aug 17, 06 at 16:51

Thank you for your experience on HP. Sure helps me in making my decision.


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RE: Hot Princess growth habit

A tall plant. Mine seems to also have fewer petals and washes out with the heat. However, very nice any other time.


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RE: Hot Princess growth habit

  • Posted by jont1 Midwest (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 16, 06 at 3:49

I love my Hot Princess. She is super vigorous growing and blooming. She does okay for me in summer, but is definitely a better early spring and fall rose. Very good garden rose of a florist variety!
John


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