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Rose Tree??

Posted by ladynine Z5B Ont. Can. (dougbridge@hotmail.com) on
Tue, Jul 12, 05 at 11:44

I bought this rose 3 years ago in memory of my grandmother. I bought it, planted it and threw out the bag. Can anyone identify this particular rose and let me know how to prune it or just trim it - what do I do with this pretty baby?
Thanks,
Jo

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RE: Rose Tree??

  • Posted by Ron_B USDA 8 WA (My Page) on
    Tue, Jul 12, 05 at 13:23

Looks like one of the 'Grootendorst' rugosas.


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RE: Rose Tree??

I looked this up in Google and it sure does look like a 'Grootendorst' rugosas. How do you care for yours?
Jo


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Doesn't look like a Grootendoors which have clusters of small, scentless blooms with fringed petals. More likely something like Red Masterpiece - hard to tell from the picture but J&P was selling that.
When it finishes blooming, prune the branches back to about a foot or 18", water and fertilize.


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RE: Rose Tree??

As a wild guess, Try Linda Campbell. If it is LC, then the canes below the buds will have a velvety texture, sort-of like lambs ears.


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