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Miss All American Beauty

Posted by Sara-Ann z6b OK (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 29, 14 at 19:28

This is one of the last roses from my third flush.


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RE: Miss All American Beauty

Sara, the bloom is beautiful and love that color!


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That's a "hot" colour.


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Thank you. I've grown this variety for years, it's been a good rose for me.


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 30, 14 at 9:05

Very pretty!!


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I see this one for sale around town every year and always pass on it. Yours is stunning! How is the fragrance? I'm an absolute glutton for super stinky roses. :)


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Thank you Beth and Brittie. it is supposed to have a strong fragrance, but I only detect a light one from mine.


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Love it Sara Ann! So stinkin pretty!!


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That is a super rose. You have really captured its essence.


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Love the beautiful pink color! You take such good pics of your roses. Glad to know it has done well for so long for you, makes me think I may need to add this one to my list. Thanks for sharing!


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Thank you so much everyone. You all have such beautiful roses and I am definitely enjoying them, please keep sharing.

Boncrow - I'll explain a little. I grew Miss All Am. Beauty for several years and it did great, I loved it, had two of them and they were both vigorous, never got very tall, but were healthy and good bloomers, with good repeat. When I started over last year I got a lot of roses that I had previously, and since it had done so well for me I wanted it again, so I planted two in my back yard rose bed. It takes them a couple of years to really get going (mine anyway). The picture I am showing here is not very good quality, it is a copy of a copy, but the Miss All Am. Beauties are the two in front that have quite a few blooms. There is a red rose in between them, and because of the picture quality, it is difficult to distinguish, but you can get the idea that they look like fairly healthy roses. I hope my newly planted ones look that good in a year or two. I had varying shades of red and pink in that bed, it was in front of my living room window, I loved it!

This post was edited by Sara-Ann on Wed, Sep 3, 14 at 20:05


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I've always thought of getting this rose too. If it's good enough for you to get again, then it must be a really good rose.
Beautiful picture!!!! Love that color!!
Carol


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Stunning rose. I think its two names are so oddly removed from each other. Miss All American Beauty and Maria Callas. Thank you for telling us about her wonderful bloom habit.


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