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Sundowner and Princess de Monaco Roses

Posted by Tanie51 3 (My Page) on
Sun, May 11, 14 at 20:32


I am very new to this forum and need some advise from you experienced rose growers. I bought 2 roses. Princess de Monaco and Sundowner. Do any of you live in zone 3 and grow them? I made myself a little rose garden between my garage and the back of my house. I started to grown roses there and most of them came back after winter. I just have this little garden for last 3 years. My Intrigure, Love & Peace, Modern Sun Rise, Honey Queen all came back last 2 years. I want to replace a few of them and bought these 2 but I can't find information if they will survive part shade. (about 3 - 4 hrs) of sun. Any information about them would be much appreciated.
Thank you,


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RE: Sundowner and Princess de Monaco Roses

There is a new thread started on the main rose forum page about growing roses in Canada, might want to check there if you don't get any good info here. In am in zone 9 so I would have no idea.

RE: Sundowner and Princess de Monaco Roses

Thank you Kippy. Is the other rose forum the one you posted about climbing iceberg?


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