Roses in the Desert - Knowledgebase Question

Mesa, AZ
Question by Birgett
April 17, 1999
I would like to put roses along a wall in my Arizona (hot) yard that faces east. The plant would probably get shy of half a day of sun. I'm looking for a vigorous bloomer, with sustained blooming periods. I'm open to a climber or hedge type that reaches about 3-5 ft. I would like something with a high petal count, something that makes a nice cut flower. Is it ok to plant now or should I wait till next January? Where can I find these?


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Answer from NGA
April 17, 1999

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They are wholesalers only, so you can't buy directly from them, but the color show from your car is worth it. (You can?t go into the fields. They are found roughly in the area bounded by Litchfield Road, Loop 303, Estrella Parkway and Indian School Road.)

Good Luck! They are wholesalers only, so you can't buy directly from them, but the color show from your car is worth it. (You can?t go into the fields. They are found roughly in the area bounded by Litchfield Road, Loop 303, Estrella Parkway and Indian School Road.)

Good Luck!

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