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Rosa Apricot Clementine

Posted by triniguy Z11 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 9, 14 at 20:05

Hey, I'm a newbie to this forum but have posted on the houseplant and amaryllis forums.

I saw an 'Apricot Clementine' rose for sale and it caught my eye. I was wondering if any of you have any experience with this lovely small floribunda? From the limited information available online, this rose seems to be disease resistant and quite floriferous.

I'm from Trinidad in the Caribbean and have a garden blog @ http://trinigarden.blogspot.com/ .

Here is a link that might be useful: Apricot Clementine @ HMF


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RE: Rosa Apricot Clementine

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Mon, Mar 10, 14 at 11:44

It's not available in the USA but maybe someone in Europe might know something about it. It looks like a nice rose.


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RE: Rosa Apricot Clementine

Yeah, it's gorgeous (onhelpmefind)!!!
Wow!!
Carol


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RE: Rosa Apricot Clementine

Thanks for the reply Seil. Carol, it's really beautiful at the garden center. The bush is compact and thick, with healthy foliage and tons of blooms. It's a small floribunda about the size of miniflora.


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RE: Rosa Apricot Clementine

Sounds wonderful.
Are you going to get it?
Carol


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RE: Rosa Apricot Clementine

There was exactly one of it at the garden centre last Saturday. It seems that the rose, along with several others, were imported bare-root from Europe and potted up. It is probably sold by now. I didn't want to purchase the rose without knowing somewhat about its background. My loss.


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