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Patsy Kordana??

Posted by char971 Zone 7 (My Page) on
Mon, May 14, 07 at 11:59

My mother just gave me a beautiful mini roses in a 6" pot for Mother's Day. There are a total of 6 in the pot, and they are just blooming. The tag that was with the roses state they are "Patsy Kordana, KORsopipo P.P.A.F" and to place in full sun or bright light. I cannot find any information on this particular Kordana anywhere on the internet. Does anyone have any info?

I have only grown one other rose bush in my life, and currently do not have any where I live now. I'd like to plant these outside and get some more as Mother's Day just passed and they will probably be going on sale at the local grocery store.

Where I live now it used to be a rock quarry and there are a lot of rocks and stones in the dirt. It also has a lot of clay in the soil, but direct sunlight. I also have an old wishing well that has no top on it (just the bottom and is about 3' deep by 3' wide), but does not get direct sunlight due to trees which hang over the well. I was going to get some fill dirt with several inches of potting soil on top to plant them. Would these do okay in either of these these conditions? And if so, which would be best?


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RE: Patsy Kordana??

They are like any other rose. They want full sun, a minimum of 6 hours. If your soil isn't good, then consider putting them in a pot outside.

check out the link below for good info on handling these plants.

Here is a link that might be useful: How to save a potted gift rose

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