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Are Eden and Eden romantica the same?

Posted by prettypetals GA 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 14, 13 at 23:02

I purchased the romantica one but after looking on HMF it looks like their two different ones. Are they different? Thanks, Judy

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RE: Are Eden and Eden romantica the same?

yes, the hybrid use romantica as a marketing name.

RE: Are Eden and Eden romantica the same?

They are different roses. A quick look at the lineage of both roses shows that they have different parentages.

'Eden' = ((Danse des Sylphes x Händel) x Pink Wonder, Cl.)

'Eden Romantica' = ((Nikita x Meinecta) x Meiquiza)

'Eden' is classified as a large flowered climber, and 'Eden Romantica' is classified as a floribunda ... actually, it is a florist rose and there has been no documentation that it makes a good garden rose.


RE: Are Eden and Eden romantica the same?

Ok thanks!! Ill just plant that baby see what I get. Lol. Thanks, Judy.

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