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This is a discussion on Roses within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; I've gotta share my latest rose blooming. This is a hybrid tea rose 'Tiffany' I ...

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    I've gotta share my latest rose blooming. This is a hybrid tea rose 'Tiffany' I managed to rebloom today, my second reblooming. I bought it last year. This one is fragrant, and is supposed to be standard sized (though it still makes somewhat small blooms?). The plant is small, and too tender to plant outside. It was sold as a disposable plant rather than a rose bush.

    And this is a minature rose, a photo from January. Since then it has given another blooming though I didn't take photos. I think it is the cultivar 'Karina Parade'


    I bloomed these indoors. I'm not a rose expert yet though my experience is to move them into a larger pot once purchased. They don't seem to do so well in those small nursery pots, so my Tiffany rose wasn't doing so well before. Also water a lot, and give it as much direct sun as possible. I believe sources suggest 4 hours of direct sun. I bloomed them on my western window, next to orchids, but now I moved it to southern exposure (to make room for orchids). So far no spidermite problems.

    I just bought three hybrid tea rose cultivars for outdoors. They aren't hardy in my area so the will require winter protection and will need to be planted deep. Hopefully I'll manage.

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    WOOW...Nice shorting. I love rose, frangrance. There're pics you took very beauty and artistry.

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    Your roses are beautiful! I cant decide a favourite between them as they are just both so lovely! thank you for sharing them with us and well done on blooming them again. We have a climbing rose my mom potted up for us for our wedding anniversary with pansy's and the rose is thriving its covered in buds and the Pansy's also survived the winter and regrew!

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    oh my... Karina Parade is a stunner! good growing Fren.

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    Awesome, Fren!! I hope the new outside ones do just as well for you!!

    Cheers,
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    So beautiful!!! I also grow roses indoors in my south window,they never stop blooming! My secret is lots of sun and a potting soil with time release fertilizer in it. U have done well!!
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    Wow Fren they are beautiful, I love the fragrance of Tiffany !!!
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    I checked my Mister Lincoln rose tree and it was moldy! I had a garbage bag over it to keep it from drying out as it overwintered for many months in the garage. I can't plant tree roses in the ground or the graft would freeze. Anyway I sprayed it with Physan. I love the smell of Mister Lincoln, it reminds me of Lychee fruits.

    It is leafing out in a dark environment but it isn't frost free yet. How well will it tolerate a short night of frost, if I put it outside?

    I bought:
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    Chicago Peace

    I know Double Delight is a favourite across Canada so it should be ok to grow. I will see how the others do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smartie2000 View Post
    I checked my Mister Lincoln rose tree and it was moldy! I had a garbage bag over it to keep it from drying out as it overwintered for many months in the garage. I can't plant tree roses in the ground or the graft would freeze. Anyway I sprayed it with Physan. I love the smell of Mister Lincoln, it reminds me of Lychee fruits.
    Mr Lincoln is a very fragrant red rose. A couple of cut flowers will fragrance a room. My grandmother had one in her garden.
    My soil is too heavy for roses. I have tried many times over the years.

    Your pics are very pretty!

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    Beautiful! Looks like Rosa Karina Parade is glowing.
    I grow my roses outdoors here in New Jersey. They have only just started to grow.

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