What is This Rose?

Resurrected from 2013…

This is a small rose in our garden, and I do mean small. So what is this rose? It survived the winter in a large pot. It might get a bit bigger than this, but not much. Cute little thing, isn’t it?

It might hit 9″ under the right conditions. This one’s a bit … short of that.

Cute little flowers, interesting texture. Note the aphid on the right flower.

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2 thoughts on “What is This Rose?

  1. I am a rose gardener currently living in another
    State but I am moving to Spokane in another couple of months. 2 questions please …. can I bring some of my potted roses with me? And, are there some roses that grow particularly well in the Spokane climate? I have the standards – Iceberg roses, Joseph’s Coat and Double Delight. But, I also have some harder to find ones like Lady of the Dawn, Showbiz and Grues en Nachten (sp??) a German Victorian rose. It will hurt to part with these but I will give them away to friends if I can’t or shouldn’t take a few with me for the move. Thank you for your advice.

    1. Hi,
      Sorry to take soooo long to reply.

      You can look up all of your roses here: https://www.helpmefind.com/rose/plants.php

      Anything that is rated zone 4 or lower should do fine.
      Some zone 5s will be ok, and zone 6+ will need winter protection. It gets chilly here.

      Joseph’s Coat looks like a 4b, so should be fine.
      Double Delight is a 7, so will need winter protection.
      Lady of the Dawn and Showbiz are a 6, so also protect.
      Couldn’t find Grues en Nachten.

      Anything in a pot is a little more fragile than otherwise.

      Check out https://www.northlandrosarium.com/ for roses that do well here.

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