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Ann's rose

Posted by yaadman z8b FL (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 14, 05 at 11:31

Hi All;

Does anyone have any experience/knowledge about this Ann's rose.
Is it vigourous?? Disease resistant?? floriferous??

I am thinking of ordering it from Michigan-Mini-roses.
Are they good vendors?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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RE: Ann's rose

I eyed that one up, as well. doesn't have a whole lot on it, though it was intro'd in 96; I think Michigan Mini's site says 97. Many folk on here have said good things about Michigan mini, though I have no experience, as I'm new too.

RE: Ann's rose

Climbing Anne's Rose would be a good candidate for a pillar. Mine is in its third year and 4-5 ft straight up. It seems to bloom in flushes; is fairly disease resistant in my no-spray yard.


RE: Ann's rose

I've been ordering from Michigan Minis for at least 5 years and haven't had a bad rose yet. Excellent nursery to do business with.

RE: Ann's rose

Thanks for your help BubbleDragon, Carol and Roselin. I am going to order this rose in the next few days. It is in memorial to my sister who died a few years ago.... hopefully it will still be in bloom when my mother visits in December.

Thanks again, and may God bless you.

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