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About viking queen climbing rose

Posted by brendak-2010 zone6 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 4, 10 at 10:43

Hi! New to posting, but have been reading for awhile. Have this rose ordered and wondered if it would do well on an arber. Thanks


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It should do fine. Viking Queen is very flexible--easy to grow on any structure. Mine is a good bloomer also.

Kate


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Thanks so much for your response. I have seen pictures of this rose and it is beautiful. Hope it does well in my garden.


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I just moved my 3 year old VQ to an arbor, she threatened to take over my street if I didn't. I adore this rose. Big, healthy and hardy, can't beat it, one of the best roses I grow.


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onewheeler, in what garden situation had you grown VQ earlier (where she was so threatening)?


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I agree, yes good for an arbor. I forgot how much I love this rose. I made a mistake of planting a baby Lilac bush in front of this rose, now only my next door neighbor gets to see it. This plant gets no spray and no fertilizer and still does beautiful. I should dig it up and move it where I can see it!


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One of my favorite roses----I feel sure you will be happy with it. I love the blooms and the healthy leaves in my no-spray garden.

Florence


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Brendak - Where did you order your roses from? The viking queen is a beautiful choice!


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Mine is now in it's second real year, and did fantastic over the winter. Lots of green cane all winter long


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Zeffyrose that is a beautiful picture. I sure hope mine looks that good. Barena I ordered from excitinggardens.com. I hope they turn out to be okay. I've never ordered from them before.


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