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'Muzi-Lucia' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 167-697
most recent 28 JUN HIDE POSTS
Initial post 27 JUN by North Houston Roses
I found this quote on Ludwig's Roses Facebook page when doing a search for this rose:

Ludwig's Roses
February 7, 2019
'Muzi-Lucia LUDbursun never stops producing medium sized, shapely blooms on good stems all season long. An amazing result crossing the lilac 'Paradise' (Burning Sky) x the yellow 'Johannesurg Sun'.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 28 JUN by Michael Garhart
So, KORdoubt.
Discussion id : 166-909
most recent 22 APR HIDE POSTS
Initial post 22 APR by MADActuary
My one-year Muzi-Lucia has made it through winter in Zone 5b (Chicago area) and is in quite good shape. Winter protection was shredded mulch piled about 5 to 6 inches high. Looking forward to seeing how this one develops.
Discussion id : 147-094
most recent 25 MAR SHOW ALL
Initial post 30 JUL by goncmg
Striking coloration, raspberry caramel comes to mind. Very small plant, very small blooms even in mild temperatures of early spring. Blooms are coming in clusters as own root plant slowly develops. About the size of a miniflora this one is and I’m not happy about that. I’m also getting blackspot on this variety, 1 of 3 out of 70 that have it. I’m holding off making a “cut” here but the color alone won’t save it. I’m not a grower of minis and minifloras that’s the big deal breaker. Then there is the blackspot…….I’ll hold off until end of the year, will give it a full season but so far other than color it doesn’t appeal to me nor is it a good fit for my collection.
Reply #1 of 2 posted 25 MAR by Matthew 0rwat
Probably needs to be grafted/budded
Reply #2 of 2 posted 25 MAR by goncmg
I think I’ll try that as I do still have mine. I put it with the floribundas I grow and it fits in a lot better with them. The plant has gotten healthier and it does seem happy and eager. It remains very small scale with lots of clusters.
Discussion id : 154-058
most recent 19 NOV HIDE POSTS
Initial post 19 NOV by ParisRoseLady
I added Muzi-Lucia to my container rose collection this season (2023) because I was intrigued by the idea of a South African rose, bred by Ludwig Taschner of Ludwig's Roses in Pretoria, South Africa. Received own-root from Heirloom (USA) in mid-season (July) this year during a blistering New Mexico summer, my up-potted M-L has done very well, exhibiting steady, disease-free growth, and successive small flushes whereby the hybrid tea bloom form became increasingly pronounced. I believe the bi-color aspect will become more pronounced as well. I'm looking forward to watching this one come into its own over time... Albuquerque NM, Zone 7A, Hot and Dry, No Spray.
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