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First to bloom is

Posted by oldroser z5 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 22, 05 at 9:06

Sweet Diana. I have 15 minis indoors this winter but the most reliable in bloom is always Sweet Diana. Beautiful fragrant butter yellow flowers that open fast outdoors but do much better inside. And a vigorous grower too. What's not to like?


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RE: First to bloom is

  • Posted by Maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
    Mon, Dec 26, 05 at 15:37

Congratulations on getting an indoor rose to bloom. It's usually pretty difficult under normal home lighting situations. I was tempted by Sweet Diana but heard she opened quickly. Wonder why it's not so inside the house.


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I'm coming to this conversation a bit late, but I wanted to sing the praises of Sweet Diana. Got 5 of them late spring, planted them outdoors, and they became blooming fools. All sorts of compliments on them from visitors. Don't know how they do indoors, but they are great outdoors.

Kate


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