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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Mary Rose'), carlysuko wrote:

This is a DA rose that seems to do very well here in my zone 10a climate. Very floriferous with huge petal packed blooms. A great re-bloomer as well. I don't grow it yet but I see it often at the Inez Grant Rose Gardens and it always looks outstanding!

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Rockin' Robin'), RWTreasure wrote:

Love this rose! However, I'm finding it impossible to find it for sale (retail). My sister's name is Robyn, & this would be the perfect birthday present!
Anyone have an online purchasing link for it?

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Angel Face'), carlysuko wrote:

This rose has the most beautiful blooms. They start out in the high centered classic hybrid tea shape. The colors range from mauve to lavender. When the blooms unfurl the petals take on a lovely frilly edging to them. The blooms also take on a wonderful scent. These are the reasons I keep this rose in my garden. I have to say that the vigor of this rose is terrible, at least in my garden. It literally doesn't grow! I don't think it's even two feet.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Just Joey'), oakslesly wrote:

One of my favorite roses, and I nearly lost it due to extreme summer heat. I deep watered it several times and put up an umbrella to provide some mid-afternoon shade. It is slowly coming back, but certainly dislikes full, hot sun.

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Talking about Rose (Rosa 'Scentimental'), oakslesly wrote:

This rose became a giant the second year after planting. It was five feet tall and four to five feet wide.
It was pruned back to a more manageable size, and it never really recovered. The extensive heat of summer didn't help either.
Hopefully it will thrive once (if) cooler weather ever arrives in Southern California.

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