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SOLVED: Need the name of this rose

(Zone 5a)

I don't have a ID tag for this rose and would like to know the name, it is a climbing rose.

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New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

I will look up my Rose Book if it has like this one as soon I find will let you know.. This is so beautiful so does it have scent?

(Zone 5a)

Yes it does has wonderful perfume scent and thanks. I think someone else told me about a book but I can't for the life of me remember what it was?

wish I could help you identify this rose for you but can't find it in the book I have. A couple have come close but they're not climbers....sorry.
This is a beautiful rose tho and hope you do find out the name.

(Zone 5a)

Me to, I'll name it myself if I can't find the name lol, thanks for trying.

North Vancouver, BC(Zone 8a)

winsurfer, looks very much like Climbling Tropicana and the fragrance is to die for! Elaine

(Zone 5a)

Elaine I hope your right, it does smell wonderful.

Rethymno, Crete, Greece(Zone 10b)

I don't know about the rose ID, but your picture is superb; full of radiating light, with a background diagonally divided into half of contrasting natural - in focus - items, like leaves and pebbles, the other half being a superb bleu de Paris color of the wall to contrast the rose vibrating orange tones and blend with the rest of the background. I only miss the scent.
Whether you are a genius or just lucky to catch this moment of light, congratulations to you for the rose, and mainly the photo !!


(Zone 5a)

My Goodness thank you Dimitri, I am trying to learn how to use my camera to it's fullest. I am so glad that you enjoyed it and only wish I could bottle the fragance.

Lee's Summit, MO(Zone 6a)

I compared your picture to my tropicana, and it looks VERY much the same.

(Zone 5a)

Kay I would love to see a picture of your rose.

Grove City, OH(Zone 6a)

WS, take a stem of this beautiful bloomer to Oakland and compare it! It is very similiar to Climbing America, also. Oakland sells both :)

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

Wind... sorry keep you waiting and I am still looking for my book.

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

Think found the name is "Buck's Fizz" (Poulgay)
Poulsen Denmark 1990
Seedling x Mary Summer' Classy, Hybird Tea-shaped blooms of soft orange in clusters,. Scented! These are borne on a tallish, upright plant with dark green glossy foliage.

This Book, I has look the same like your's photo.

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Gulfport, MS(Zone 8a)

i dont think its orange enough to be tropicana. also, isnt tropicana a solid rose, not bicolored?
its pretty whatever it is

Kentwood, LA(Zone 8b)

Wind, It looks like a Coral Dawn. Whatever it is -it sure is beautiful.

(Zone 5a)

RR it's not that one, mine is more pink with a slight orange cast, but thank you for trying.

BusyBee I don't think it's a Coral Dawn, it's to orange and this one only has a slight orange cast almost glow.

I've decided to name it Pink glow, so that is how I am going to refer to it until I find out different...thanks all.

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

Might be right name the last one "Just Joey" so today I have to bring the Rose book back to Library.

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