Rose Information

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'Amber Sunset'
Miniature Rose

Name: ‘Amber Sunset’ , Mander 1996
Type: Miniature, ob
Parentage: ‘June Laver x ‘Rubies 'n' Pearls’
Introduced: In Canada by Select Roses in 1996 and in the USA by the Mini Rose-Garden in 2002.
Blooms: Orange/dark yellow bicolor, star shaped, 35 petals, dia. 5 cm, exhibition form.
Fragrance: None
Foliage: Medium, dark green and glossy.
Disease Resistance: Above average. It can go at least 1 month without spraying a fungicide. Will get blackspot after 2 - 3 months if not sprayed at all.
Winter Hardiness: Average, to zone 5.
Plant Size: Very vigorous, from 25 - 35 cm tall and 20 - 25 cm across.
Flowering Period: Blooms continuously until the first frost.
Additional Notes:

This mini has smaller blooms then all my other varieties. In sunny and hot weather the blooms petal edges are tinged with red. In cloudy and cooler weather the blooms are mostly yellow.

Available in Canada and the U.S.A. See my Nursery Links for details.

George Mander
January 2003


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