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Rambler or Climber

Posted by MarianaTN z6 TN (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 14, 05 at 14:42

Can someone help me identify this rose? It has small blooms, not particularly fragrant. Thanks!
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RE: Rambler or Climber

Looks like Blaze to me, with the bloom turned magenta. It will do that sometimes - especially late in the season with trailing off blooms. I had some recently that were downright pink - like this one. The leaves clinch it for me - those are Blaze leaves - virused, by the way.


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RE: Rambler or Climber

Oh, they are virused? I'm not very knowlegeable. Is it treatable? What should I do?

thanks!


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RE: Rambler or Climber

No, it's not treatable. Blaze seems to tolerate it well, though, if it is a Blaze. Mine aren't even phased by it.


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RE: Rambler or Climber

  • Posted by Ron_B USDA 8 WA (My Page) on
    Thu, Sep 29, 05 at 20:28

Chlorosis can be caused by various things, it isn't necessarily "virused" at all.


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RE: Rambler or Climber

Take a closer look, Ron. Some of the leaves are obviously chlorotic, but that's not where I noticed it. There are definite patterns in the leaves, especially the 3rd photo:


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