Other than the color of the flower, I don't see anything in
your pic that is similar to the plant pic given. The leaves are
radically different, the stamen in the given plant is single,
the Bougainvillea has a triple stamen that also looks different, etc
Where the plant is would sure help rule out a lot of plants too.
On 5/5/2013 2:42 AM, email@example.com wrote:
Sure looks like a climbing rose...are the leaves kind of jagged? You
can buy climbing roses anywhere, but that includes hundreds of varieties
and colors. I would knock on the door and ask the owner about it,
unless you just want a "red rose". It sure ain't bouganvillea....it is
early for roses to bloom in midwest....
replying to firstname.lastname@example.org , passerby wrote:
Looks like just a rose bush. I would venture a guess it's the so called
"knockout roses" that have become popular in the last couple of years. Actually,
I think it's a brand name and/or a trademark but won't be long before we'll call
any disease resistant rose "knockout rose". These are supposedly indestructible
and can withstand anything Mother Nature (or a newb gardener) can throw at them.
I have two of these and I think I almost succeeded to kill one ;) we'll see if
it recovers this summer.
I don't know if HD sells it but every local nursery worth its name does. Perhaps
it makes sense stepping outside of a big box store and supporting a local
On 5/6/2013 1:48 AM, email@example.com wrote:
In Indiana, they are a major display item...never heard of them until I
started shopping for garden plants. I bought one rose this year, just
for filling space in shrub/flower beds....I hope to concentrate by
Japanese beetle battle in the vegetable garden :o) I've grown some nice
roses if you ignore the holes in petals from JB. :o(
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