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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Valentine'), Dewberry wrote:

I planted this rose in the fall, and it bloomed into December! Then it started blooming again, like crazy, in mid-April.

Good color, very floriferous.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'St. Tropez'), Chinook_City wrote:

St. Tropez survived its first zone 3b winter very well with protection and was one of the first roses to spring forth in 2020. It wasn't planted till mid October, 2019, so it only got about a week to settle in prior to being hit with a snow storm. It spent the spring and summer in the "Clean 'n Easy" pot that it was purchased in. It grows like a hybrid tea rose with the first flush having single blooms per stem. The blooms last well on the bush and don't fade. It got three flushes, which is good for Calgary's short growing season. Subsequent flushes had small clusters of blooms. The blooms are very fragrant. It grew to just over 3 feet here, so I presume it would be taller in a zone with a longer growing season and if it had established stems from the previous year's growth. St. Tropez was pest and disease free without any spray. Generally black spot is not a big problem in Calgary, but powder mildew is because of the cool nights.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Rosemoor'), kniphofia wrote:

Introduced in 2004 by David Austin roses this is a medium to large sized English shrub rose of enormous charm. The small mid to light pink, fragrant blooms with a green eye are held in dainty clusters. Very good coverage on the plant with good repeat flowering. Always a huge favourite of mine at The Alnwick Garden. Named after the Royal Horticultural Society's Devon garden which has a large collection of roses.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'James Galway'), kniphofia wrote:

Introduced in 2000 by David Austin Roses to commemorate the 60th birthday of renowned flautist James Galway. A large vigorous shrub which can also be trained as a climber. The blooms are mid pink, paler at the edges of the blooms and have a crimped or pleated appearance. It has a medium old rose fragrance.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Harlow Carr'), kniphofia wrote:

Introduced by David Austin Roses in 2004. A beautiful small to medium sized shrub bearing cupped mid pink blooms in clusters. Thorny or prickly stems. The plant blooms well throughout the season and also from ground height on well stemmed branches. Flowers have a strong old rose fragrance. Named for the Royal Horticultural Society's garden in Harrogate, Yorkshire to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the formation of the Society.

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