The plant label at Floria 2011 says that the rose variety is Rosa 'Chaldogro' but I am unable to find any information about it on the internet. A Google search came out with zero results.
“Rossa 'Chaldogro' - Have you heard of this rose? ”, a copyrighted post, was written for My Nice Garden blog by Autumn Belle @ http://www.mynicegarden.com/ on December 3rd, 2011.
- Epsom salt
- For extra blooms and more intense colour, feed your rose plants with one teaspoon per foot of height. For mature plants, sprinkle half a cup at the base.
- Add a little antiseptic mouthwash to the water. It will make cut flowers last longer.
- Your rose shrubs should get at least 5 - 6 hours sunshine every day.
- Avoid water on the leaves but the roots should get a good soak.
- Water on the leaves will promote black spot disease and powdery mildew
- Use a small soaker hose to form a ring / loop at the base of the plant
- For your protection, use
- a pair of barbecue tongs to hold the branches before you cut them off.
- a pair of long leather or goatskin gloves
- Proper pruning tools
- curved bypass shears are better than anvil shears
- use lopping shears or pruning saw to cut/saw off the thicker branches.