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Old 18-05-2003, 01:44 AM
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Default Does anyone know the true name of the "Judy Garland" rose?

We bought one last year, and the dog ate the roots before we could plant it,
but I planted it anyway, and this year it's quite spectacular, kind of
orange, pink and red (sort of).

But I went to my local nurseries and asked them if they had an "judy
garland" roses and they say they've never hear of them.

THanks




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Old 18-05-2003, 02:08 AM
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http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=3D3547

I believe it was an unnamed rose originally that they named after her =
because she loved yellow roses.=20

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We bought one last year, and the dog ate the roots before we could =

plant it,
but I planted it anyway, and this year it's quite spectacular, kind of
orange, pink and red (sort of).
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But I went to my local nurseries and asked them if they had an "judy
garland" roses and they say they've never hear of them.
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THanks
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Old 18-05-2003, 03:32 AM
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Fork and Spade ( www.forkandspade.com ) carried it this year, but
their shipping season for bare root roses is over. They might carry
it later this spring or summer in potted form. It's in the Garden
Rose section of their web site.



On Sat, 17 May 2003 23:48:07 GMT, "GamePlayer No. 1058"
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We bought one last year, and the dog ate the roots before we could plant it,
but I planted it anyway, and this year it's quite spectacular, kind of
orange, pink and red (sort of).

But I went to my local nurseries and asked them if they had an "judy
garland" roses and they say they've never hear of them.

THanks



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Old 18-05-2003, 03:20 PM
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There is a Judy Garland rose.
Check he
http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=3547
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Old 19-05-2003, 06:20 AM
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I love my Judy Garland rose....you can read all about it at this spot.

http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=3547

I bought mine at our local nursery a month ago, potted...I live in So.
Calif. The potted roses are going fast here and will have to wait until the
fall, I suppose, to get half of the ones I am still searching for....

Check at an Armstrong flower center/nursery if you have one.

I am dying to find a Leonidas....but have checked all around and can't find
one.

Linda




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Old 19-05-2003, 04:08 PM
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On Sat, 17 May 2003 23:48:07 GMT, "GamePlayer No. 1058"
wrote:

We bought one last year, and the dog ate the roots before we could plant it,
but I planted it anyway, and this year it's quite spectacular, kind of
orange, pink and red (sort of).

But I went to my local nurseries and asked them if they had an "judy
garland" roses and they say they've never hear of them.

That is its correct name. I ordered mine from S&W Greenhouse last
fall, it is in its first year and has its first bloom at the moment.
I'm glad you have said it has some red or pink, since the bloom on
mine looks a kind of flat crayola orange and yellow that is not
appealing to me at all. I hope mine improves!
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Old 21-05-2003, 03:32 PM
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In article , says...

I love my Judy Garland rose....you can read all about it at this spot.

http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=3547

I bought mine at our local nursery a month ago, potted...I live in So.
Calif. The potted roses are going fast here and will have to wait until the
fall, I suppose, to get half of the ones I am still searching for....

Check at an Armstrong flower center/nursery if you have one.

I am dying to find a Leonidas....but have checked all around and can't find
one.

Linda


http://www.findmyroses.com/

there are 8 places which list Judy Garland.

As for Leonidas, this was the hottest of hot roses a few years back, the
trouble is, it's a greenhouse variety, and as such will more than likely not
yield the stellar color you've seen on the catalog pages or heard
about from wherever. And its growth habit will likely likewise disappoint you.
I've 'grown' two of them, each checked out on successive winters, and both
were budded by the best in the business. not in the selling business, just
the budding business.
While there is not really a rose colored like Leonidas available, there
are lots of worthy bronzey/apricot/coffee colored roses available, like
Livin Easy, Dr. Brownell, Just Joey, and one to die for, Brandy. Brandy,
it is sometimes said, is planted as an annual some places but I've had one
live for bout ten years. Haven't checked out its vitality so far this season,
that reminds me.

m



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