With the recent rains, we have seen our roses bounce back considerably. We originally had three shrubs of ‘Our Lady of Guadalupe” and lost one this spring. They were planted in a row and the middle one died. I replaced it with ‘Gemini’ Hybrid Tea. The remaining two shrubs were a little slow to start this year but are now producing a multitude of beautiful pink blooms.
The blooms are medium sized and form a nice spray on a single stem.
This rose was advertised as having some fragrance and I was disappointed last year when I could not detect it. This year however, the rose does indeed have a slight fragrance that is quite pleasing…. I have been a bit disappointed in disease resistance but will withhold my comments for another growing season.
‘Our Lady of Guadalupe’ – Floribunda
Introduced in 2000
2011 ARS Rating: 8.0
“A solid to very good rose”
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This rose reminds me of “Queen Elizabeth”, which I grew in my old garden!
I had four shrubs of Queen Elizabeth, I am now down to two. Great rose. A little heavy on black spot in my garden and blooms best at about 5′ tall.
Lovely Chris. I have a painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe that belonged to my grandmother.
I love the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Very touching. I know you cherish that portrait.
Just Beautiful Chris! Thanks for sharing the beauty of God’s Creation. ~ Lori
That is a lovely rose Chris. What a bunch of gorgeous blooms it has on it. We may have different growing conditions all together by next summer so it may do better as far a disease resistance. This has been a trying summer in the garden. My rose are trying to put on a few sporadic blooms in all of this heat and dry ground but they are a lot smaller. Have a wonderful week.
That is such a beautiful rose. Floribundas are such good value aren’t they. Once again, I notice how healthy the leaves are. Do you spray at the start of the season?
May I ask where you purchase your roses? and do you have a preference for grafted or own-root?
Again is it possible to visit your garden?
I purchase the bulk of my roses locally at Hannas Garden Shop In Birmingham, AL. They carry a great selection of Hybrid Teas, Floribunds, Grandiflora, Climbers and some others. If I mail order, I order from S & W GreenHouse http://www.SW-GreenHouse.com or Witherspoon Rose Culture. http://www.WitherspoonRose.com Both have a great selections and I have never gotten a bad rose from them. The vast majority of my roses are grafted, I really have no preference.
I have purchased roses from many different places over the years. I think my favourite place is the Ena Harkness centre. You can visit the website here: http://www.roses.co.uk/?gclid=CPOUzJuUqbECFYcNfAodHT8A3g
I think they are under new management now, but I remember them growing all the roses for Lady Diana, when she married the Prince of Wales in 1982. The roses were a beautiful peachy colour.
I live in England. My garden is not open to the public.
Best wishes, Oma
I really need 3 of Our Lady of Guadalupe Roses. Can you help me?