I wish I had grown an apple tree in my garden for its delicious fruits. But for flowers, all my nickels and dimes go to Green Apple! Know more about the habits of this remarkable rose.
|I bought this on 15 March 2010. A good plant to begin with. Height is around 1.5 ft.|
|This is the tree now. |
I lost 3 months of growth due to thrips infestation in August last year.
This rose is remarkable resistant as it took 2-3 months before it too catch on thrips.
|Unlike some roses, the flower size does not reduce. |
It is the same size as when it was purchased.
|The bloom production is prolific once the plant established itself.|
|This tree has never ceased blooming since it got better from thrips. |
Not once I've seen no blooms on it. It holds the repeat-flowering quality to its best.
|It has short pointed bud that opens to pure white with very light fragrant. |
The flowers are usually borne one to a stem.
|Queen Zubaida, pink old-fashioned blooms with Green Apple in the foreground.|
|I have 4 white roses in my garden. Green Apple performs the best.|
Lemon Sonata is in the foreground.
|The form holds so well over days that this rose is ideal for cut flowers indoors.|
|It grows about 3-3.5 ft tall with upright habit.|
|Great as hedges or borders. |
I am planning to add more of this rose and plant them as borders.
It will be a great project and definitely a great outcome.
|It has the classic large-flowered form and the outer petals curl back when fully open.|
|Ruffled edges add to the signature.|
|Its beauty lies in its wonderfully constructed flowers, |
with a hint of apple-green on the edges.
|Stands wet weather pretty well. Can lasts days in the garden with minor damage.|
|Flat on the side.|
|The plant is furnished with extremely healthy semi-glossy, dark green foliage.|
|I believe this rose is imported from China.|
|Easy to care and flowers profusely.|
|A beauty not to be missed in any gardens.|