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Bella Renaissance - Where to Buy?

Posted by Susanne27 5a Ontario Canada (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 20, 14 at 8:03

Does anyone have a Canadian source for this rose?

Thanks, Sue


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RE: Bella Renaissance - Where to Buy?

HMF says that Hortico sells it.

Jackie


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RE: Bella Renaissance - Where to Buy?

Thank you Jacquie.


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RE: Bella Renaissance - Where to Buy?

Sad to say, I cannot find a source in North America that sells this one at the moment and I'm crushed. I bought mine about 5 years ago from Pickering, and I continue to encourage them yearly to offer this one again if possible. As far as I can tell, they're the only ones with clear indications of a mother plant to propagate from. Hortico has taken it off their website for several years now, which means they have definitely concluded they're not going to be offering it in the near future. I've asked Roses Unlimited and Palatine roses about this one, but they don't have the source material as far as they've told me.

Mine was gorgeous and I'd love to replace it. It was a centerpiece of my yard and a tough rose, but it died in a freak interaction with severe drought one year. Let me know if you find a source, and tell whoever has it that they've sold an extra plant to me as well.

Cynthia


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RE: Bella Renaissance - Where to Buy?

Will do Cynthia. I was hoping I could find it at Pickering Roses but no luck. Will keep looking.

Susanne


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RE: Bella Renaissance - Where to Buy?

Pickering used to carry it, but they cut back their selection of roses massively this year. They used to carry almost all of the Renaissance series and now they don't. Noticed also that they no longer carry any of the newer Kordes roses such as the Fairytale, Vigorosa or Climbing series either. Sad.


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