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'Alan Titchmarsh' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 126-966
most recent 11 APR 21 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 11 APR 21 by Cambridgelad
According to the booklet, What's In A Name by Angela Pawsey, the Alan Titchmarsh Rose raises money for the charity 'Greenfingers' who create gardens for children's hospices and was introduced in 2012
Discussion id : 123-826
most recent 7 NOV 20 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 NOV 20 by sam w
Like several other English roses, when grown on Fortuniana it can become huge. Mine was at least nine ft. tall and about as wide.
Discussion id : 122-064
most recent 8 JUN 20 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 8 JUN 20 by noseometer
This is a rose of very different character than the usual. The leaves have 7 leaflets, and the bush grows like a bramble or blackberry. For me, the first year flowers were small, quite open and mutipetaled. Second year blooms were small (2"), pale pink, globular, and with little fragrance. Third year, the flowers increased in size to about 2-1/2 inches, were much darker and much better fragrance. The beautiful peony shaped flowers are very short lived, lasting only about 2-3 days on the plant, although the clusters of flowers don't bloom all at once, so the cluster lasts longer as a whole. The flowers also tend to burn easily in hot sun. The plant has a charming grace, and attractive foliage. Because the growth habit is so different from what one might expect from a shrub rose or bedding rose, this is not a rose for the average rose grower.
Discussion id : 115-073
most recent 24 JAN 19 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 24 JAN 19 by Chirotteri
In Italy it is merchandised as Bardolino
Reply #1 of 1 posted 24 JAN 19 by Patricia Routley
Thank you, Synonym added
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