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Campfire Roses - Anyone grow them?

Posted by boday (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 17, 14 at 16:53

I'm really intrigued by these. There's not much information on them, out there and I thought someone on here might have some experience with them. Mostly interested in how often they rebloom and general impressions. They're a Morden product so hardiness is a given.


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RE: Campfire Roses - Anyone grow them?

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sat, Jan 18, 14 at 13:54

I don't know anything about them but they look lovely! Very colorful!

Here is a link that might be useful: Campfire at HMF


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RE: Campfire Roses - Anyone grow them?

Campfire is one of 4 roses that have been released as part of the Canadian Artist series. Below is a link to some info about them. I too would like to hear of anyone's experience with Campfire & Bill Reid.

Here is a link that might be useful: Canadian Artist Roses


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RE: Campfire Roses - Anyone grow them?

Looks like a very lovely and hardy series!


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RE: Campfire Roses - Anyone grow them?

Sorry, I got behind on my forum reading and just found this topic. I put some bushs of Campfire in last spring and so I can't yet talk about hardiness although I think that is a given. We really enjoyed the flowers. The bushs bloomed all summer and were not bothered by bugs nor did they show any disease. The blooms keep changing colour so they are sometimes yellow and sometimes red and sometimes a combination. Definitely a winner in my Ontario garden. I will let everyone know how they do overwinter and into the second season.


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