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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Silver Cloud'), RoseBlush1 wrote:

You can see the 'Angel Face' lineage in this rose in the ruffled petals. When Ralph Moore was asked why he used 'Angel Face' for breeding, as it was commonly considered a weak rose in this part of the US, his answer was, "Because it was there."

'Silver Cloud' is prone to black spot in my garden. I do not spray and the rose recovers quite well.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Little Eskimo'), RoseBlush1 wrote:

Although this rose was registered by Ralph Moore as a miniature rose, it is actually a polyantha. When asked why he did not register the rose in the polyantha class, his answer was, "No one is buying polyanthas now, but they are buying miniature roses."

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Prairie Snowdrift'), dorab wrote:

I should note that this rose is hardy to zone 3 and was developed in Edmonton, Alberta, by Paul G. Olsen in 2008.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Autumn Sunset'), Calif_Sue wrote:

I placed this rose in a prominent position in my garden, on an arbor at the end of our raised veggie planter boxes that we can see from our kitchen and family room. It was a good choice as the blooms are my favorite colors for my garden, blooming in clusters of apricot and a soft golden yellow. It puts on a lovely huge display of color on its initial spring flush and then continues blooming throughout the summer. The leaves are a deep rich green and for me, disease resistant. The blooms have a nice fragrance. This is a sport of the popular orange climber by Kordes, Westerland. I added a lovely deep lavender clematis as a complement.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Anna's Promise'), zuzu wrote:

This is the first rose in a projected series to be named after characters in the "Downton Abbey" TV series.

I tried to grow an own-root specimen of this rose and failed miserably. It may need to be grafted to grow well.

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