red stripe rose need ID

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  1. bmbalbert

    bmbalbert Member

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    Recently, I was poisoned by this stripe rose and I bought it . As this is my very first rose plant to grow, I need many adv from experienced growers.
    [1] I need the ID of this rose.Pls help!!

    [2] Do not know it can be grown in Singapore which is hot all year round about 34 degree C during the day.

    [3]What potting mixed is needed?

    [4]Need direct sun or shade or etc....?

    Here are the pictures of the rose flower:

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  2. togata57

    togata57 Contributor 10 Years

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    What do you mean when you say that you were "poisoned" by this rose?
     
  3. Barbara Lloyd

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    bmbalbert,
    Try to get a current copy of the book "Taylors Guide to Roses", or similar. Mine is old and does not have the new hybrids. The closest I came is "Commandant Beaurepaire" a Bourbon type rose.
    You can get 'care and feeding there of' on the internet once you find out what it is.
    It looks much like your pic but has a very few cream or white stripes. Yours may be a Hybrid of this rose. You can also google Roses and try to go thru a bazillion pictures. Have fun. barb
     
  4. bmbalbert

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    Sorry for the misunderstanding - what I mean is that I have been so very attracted to this rose that make me bought this rose eventually - I do not mean that there are poison in this rose and I am being poisoned by their poison.
     
  5. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    In other words, "intoxicated".
     
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    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Rose looks to be some kind of modern striped cultivar rather than one of the striped old garden roses.
     
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    Thanks for your imput and adv. I will check it out and will have fun for sure....
     
  8. bmbalbert

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    I have taken more pictures like the flower size and the plant height ......

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    Pls help to ID .
     
  9. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Try also the Rose Identification Forum at GardenWeb. Note the FAQ section telling how to describe a rose you wish to have named.
     
  10. Marn

    Marn Active Member 10 Years

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    Try googling "Intuition Rose" I have a red and white version of it .. they are soooo pretty ..
    here is a shot of mine ..


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    Thanks Marion,

    Thanks for sharing your picture of your "Intuition Rose" they are indeed pretty roses - I will google for it.
     
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    togata57 Contributor 10 Years

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    Thanks for the clarification! I am relieved!
    And what a gorgeous flower this is.
     
  13. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Many thousands of varieties, with new ones all the time. Do not assume a superficially similar one is what you have.
     
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    lorax Rising Contributor 10 Years

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    In Ecuador, something very similar is sold as "Sabor de Fuschia" ('The Flavour of Fuchsia').
     

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