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Name: Cal McGaugh
Escondido, California (Zone 10b)
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EscondidoCal
Feb 11, 2018 1:14 PM CST
Toymr2mk2 said:I am not a rose expert by any means. The description you have provided, to me, suggests an older tea rose. The weak stems especially as this is a characteristic common to most of them. What is the plant habit like? Do you have any pictures of the bush? Take a look at Rosette Delizy. This is a very similar rose. If still not convinced search the tea roses. I believe you will find it either there or maybe a floribunda rather than a hybrid tea. Good luck with your search!
Here is a link to some info....

http://sherryocala.blogspot.co...

And a pic off of her page:

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Art

Thanks, Art. It could be "Rosette Delizy", but I'm happy to call it "Peace". Thumbs up

Before this, I'd tell my wife, "Darlin', did you see how pretty that rose is,
the first one on the right as you go up the stairs to the pool?" Smiling

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Name: Lyn
Weaverville, California (Zone 8a)
Garden Ideas: Level 1 Garden Sages Celebrating Gardening: 2015
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RoseBlush1
Feb 11, 2018 2:47 PM CST
fwmosher said:A picture of my "Glowing Peace". The rose "Love and Peace" is a relatively newly (Canadian) introduced rose, and was not around twenty years ago.


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Frank .... I need to give you a heads up about the rose name in your post ...

Ralph Moore was one of my rose mentors and my primary rose mentor, Kim Rupert, was mentored by Mr. Moore for more than twenty years. I am quite familiar with the Moore roses.

The rose name in your post, 'Love and Peace', code name MORlove, is a miniature striped rose bred by Ralph Moore and introduced to commerce in 2006.

The NGA database page

Rose (Rosa 'Love and Peace')

does not have a photo, so I am going to put a link form HMF in this post

http://www.helpmefind.com/rose...

You probably meant to refer to the rose 'Love & Peace', syn 'Pullman Orient Express', code name BAIpeace. This rose is found in the hybrid tea class.

Here's a link in the NGA rose database:

Rose (Rosa 'Love & Peace')



The rose was bred in 1991 and introduced into commerce in 2002.

Meilland is now distributing the rose in Australia as a new rose ... oh yeah ... with the fancy name of 'Bright Spirit'

It's a lovely rose as you can see from the photo above ... Smiling
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Name: Lyn
Weaverville, California (Zone 8a)
Garden Ideas: Level 1 Garden Sages Celebrating Gardening: 2015
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RoseBlush1
Feb 11, 2018 4:43 PM CST
@EscondidoCal, Cal ...

I can't give you a firm identification of your rose. It is a beauty, however, I don't think it is 'Peace'.

You mentioned that the stems were weak and that the blooms drop and that is quite common with 'Peace' and many roses with 'Peace' in their lineage, if the rose is pruned like a regular hybrid tea.

'Peace' has a lot of tea rose in its lineage and tea roses generally sulk if they are pruned as hard as is recommended for hybrid teas. One indication is that they will not develop the stronger wood to carry the blooms. This is also true for a lot of tea roses ... Smiling even when they are pruned differently.

The best way to prune 'Peace' and its progeny is to prune it like a tea rose. That means you do a light prune to shape the plant and only take out diseased wood. Teas build on the old wood that is normally removed when you prune a hybrid tea. They use that wood as a kind of armature.

The most magnificent 'Peace' rose I have ever seen was at an old farm house near Santa Barbara. The rose was planted next to the back door of the house and there was a water spicket with a slow leak that the owner did not repair. This constant source of a little bit of water kept the soil moist all of the time and the rose took advantage of the additional moisture. It was a large, full plant with lots of blooms.

The rose 'Love & Peace' has 'Peace' as a pollen parent and shows the 'Peace' bloom form. It's a good possible identification, but I cannot tell you for certain that your mystery rose is 'Love & Peace'.
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Name: Cal McGaugh
Escondido, California (Zone 10b)
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EscondidoCal
Feb 11, 2018 5:58 PM CST
RoseBlush1 said:@EscondidoCal, Cal ...
I can't give you a firm identification of your rose. It is a beauty, however, I don't think it is 'Peace'.

The rose 'Love & Peace' has 'Peace' as a pollen parent and shows the 'Peace' bloom form. It's a good possible identification, but I cannot tell you for certain that your mystery rose is 'Love & Peace'.
@RoseBlush1, thanks for your post.
It's academic for me....I'm not going to enter it in any contests, or propagate it. Just enjoy it. Smiling

I'm totally at peace with "Peace". Thumbs up

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Name: Lyn
Weaverville, California (Zone 8a)
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RoseBlush1
Feb 11, 2018 6:14 PM CST
I understand completely, Cal. I have a Norway maple, but I don't know which Norway maple I have growing in my front yard .... Smiling
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