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'Angela ®' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 156-234
most recent 13 DEC HIDE POSTS
Initial post 13 DEC
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Discussion id : 106-713
most recent 30 NOV 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 30 NOV 17 by Patricia Routley
Nastarana has asked: Does no one know when and where the climbing sport was discovered.

I have put this question to Kordes and they have replied:

"To my knowledge there is no Climbing mutation of ‘Angela‘ around – confusion might be caused (?) by use in Japan as climber…
At KEISEI in Japan they definitely trim it as climber (they list height with 3m !) as you can see in the attached image taken in their show garden.
This always amazes me as well since everywhere else (even in warmer climates) it’s actually a pretty moderate grower – so stronger vigour must be caused by typical local climate in Japan."

I have added References from Sue Zwar who noted in the 2015-38 reference that in Italy it had a similar habit to that of the climber 'Koala'.
I think Jeff Britt (California) hit the nail on the head when he was responding to Meryl (NSW) in 'Angela's' Comments:
"Angela gets BIG here, too. I guess it's a question of the milder climate encouraging much longer canes. I don't think you'll be able to make it as small as you want it -- pruning it after the first flush just stimulates more big growth over the summer."

I'll merge 'Angela Cl.' with 'Angela' later in if nobody has any objections.
Discussion id : 68-801
most recent 16 DEC 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 16 DEC 12 by Cà Berta
According to the following reference the rose "Angela", winner the AJJH 1990, was introduced in France by Paul Pekmez but was obtained by Kordes. This rose, thus, can be merged with the Kordes' one.

P.H.M. – Revue horticole 1990, page 76
La rose A.J.H. 1990, “Angela” (obtenteur Kordes Sohne), est éditée en France par Paul Pekmez. C'est un rosier arbustif de 1 m à 1,20 m de hauteur, aux fleurs rose pur en forme de roses anciennes, avec une dizaine de pétales. La plante est d'une très grande résistance aux maladies.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 16 DEC 12 by jedmar
Thank you, the roses are merged.
Discussion id : 66-694
most recent 31 AUG 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 31 AUG 12 by Belle Epoque
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