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Very impressed with gift rose!!

Posted by NOACCEPTANCE772 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 28, 14 at 22:47

Hello you all!
So earlier, I did buy this gift rose, special Occasion (Breeder name: FRYyoung) and it had beautiful flowers on every stem, exhibition style flowers.
I cut the flowers with a bit of stem for a vase And the bush was left short.
Before I know it, the plant is bearing lots of new growth, again!
And each growth has big flower buds on each stem!
It is like, this plant just really wants to bloom!
I can say the same for my beloved, Black spot-magnet deep secret.
It is blooming again!
Do any of you know any ore roses which have the beautiful exhibition form and is a quick repeat blooming plant?
Here is a photo of it before I took cut flowers from it.
It is 3-4 years old and the white on the flowers are paper I wrapped around the bases of the flowers to keep them in the vase shape.


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RE: Very impressed with gift rose!!

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sun, Jun 29, 14 at 14:21

Most roses LOVE to grow and bloom! The length of time it takes for them to recycle depends on the variety. Shrubs, polyanthas and floribundas are probably the quickest repeaters but most won't have the exhibition form. Miniatures and Minifloras will repeat quicker than Hybrid Teas or Grandifloras as a rule. As a general rule of thumb an HT will take 6 to 8 weeks to rebloom.


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