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I want this Apricot /burnt Orange Rose

Posted by BRMeadows Alabama (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 28, 13 at 10:57

I want this rose, it grows in front of a small hotel. I have tried to propagate the rose by cuttings in ground without success. The present owner of the hotel says it was there 5 years ago and planted by previous owner.
It's planted along with what appears to be a Cherry Parfait (2003). So maybe around same time period, maybe an apricot rose 2003-2008?

Forgot to add its a repeat bloomer, with slight woody scent. Picture is more yellow than actual bloom, it is a melon (light cantaloupe).
The bloom was from a 4/5 foot new shoot/cane.

The leaves are a med/dark green without a sign of BS.

I need help to ID it as I can't propagate it. I have tried three different times and may wait until fall with both soft and hard wood cuttings.

This post was edited by BRMeadows on Tue, Jul 30, 13 at 21:35

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RE: I want this Apricot /burnt Orange Rose

Anyone have any idea about this rose?

This post was edited by BRMeadows on Fri, Aug 9, 13 at 21:48

RE: I want this Apricot /burnt Orange Rose

I would look at Jackson and Perkins just because they sell a lot of roses like that. Maybe you will get lucky.

RE: I want this Apricot /burnt Orange Rose

Perhaps the hybrid tea 'Bronze Star'.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bronze Star at

RE: I want this Apricot /burnt Orange Rose

Diane_nl, that is one that I have on my possible list.

Anyone have another suggested rose I could add to the list?

Strike it Rich
Bronze Star

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