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Westerland

Posted by lynnette PNW (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 15, 14 at 20:26

Westerland is a newer rose and in my opinion, a better one in regards to growth, than Royal Sunset. But as said, not as beautiful. Westerland has Kordesii blood in it and so will grow much better and give you more flowers, if grown sideways such as along a fence.Because of the bright colours, this rose really makes a statement in a garden.


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Very pretty.


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Lynnette - Very nice, I'm tempted by both and Kordes roses almost always do good for me.


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Very beautiful.ill look into getting one.i love the big patels on the flower


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That photo of Westerland blooms is beautiful! I have one that I am growing as a shrub, since I have little lateral space to give it and I find Westerland to be a little stiff to train on my fence, although I know it is an excellent climber.
Molly


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Another lovely climber. Your yard must be incredible!!e
Carol


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 16, 14 at 17:20

A real beauty!


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Loved 'Westerland' at first sight. Wound up with 'Royal Sunset'. Does 'Westerland' have as powerful a perfume as 'Royal Sunset'?


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 20, 14 at 12:47

Beautiful!


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Very beautiful


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Westerland has a lovely fragrance.


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I have this rose. Mine is small, but has already put out a few nice blooms. love color. can't wait for it to get larger. i paired it with a jackmanii (purple) climber.


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That is gorgeous!


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