OSO EASY ROSES - THE OTHER DISEASE RESISTANT ROSES

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Real Estate Agent

Another breakthrough in the field of disease resistant roses is now on the market. Look for them at your nursery and be the first to grow these roses. Besides the whole series of Knock Out Roses, there are other roses in the market that are disease resistant.  It is called the OSO EASYTM ROSES and they are very easy to grow and highly disease resistant.

OSO EASYTM ROSES come as Proven Winners plants. For a plant to have a Proven Winners label, it has to pass an evaluation process for superior performance, excitement and satisfaction. Only after it meets the exacting criteria, then and only then can it earn the right to wear the Proven Winners white container. These roses are grown without fungicides.

Spring Meadow Nursery, Inc of Grand Haven, Michigan, a wholesaler, has been working with breeders all around the world, tested many varieties and most failed because they developed blackspot or mildew. After four years of testings, a few plants came out clean without the use of fungicide and thus came the beginning of the OSO EASYTM ROSES. Here are some roses in the series:

OSO EASYTM PAPRIKA - A low mounded rose with plenty of spicy reddish-orange single blooms accentuated with a bright yellow eye and glossy green leaves with an attractive hint of red in the new growth. This rose was hybridized by Chris Warner of UK. This rose was never sprayed in production and never showed signs of blackspot.

OSO EASYTM PEACHY CREAM - These low mounded roses have blooms that emerge peach and then turn to cream. The large double flowers are self cleaning and have a glossy dark green foliage. It was hybridized by Colin Horner of the UK and was never sprayed in production yet showed no signs of blackspot.

OSO EASYTM FRAGRANT SPREADER - This ground cover rose has loads of fragrant, single, pink flowers. This rose was also hybridized by Chris Warner of the UK and was never sprayed yet there was no sign of blackspot or nildew.

OSO EASYTM STRAWBERRY CRUSH - This low mounded rose has plenty of blooms that emerge strawberry pink and transform to cream. The large, double flowers are self cleaning and has dark glossy green leaves. Hybridized by Colin Horner of UK, this rose was never sprayed in production and has no signs of blackspot.

OSO EASY® MANGO SALSA - The continuous blooms have an amazing color: shades of ruby red grapefruit, summer sunsets, and those fancy tropical drinks with umbrellas in them.  They cover the tidy mound of dark, glossy foliage.  

OSO EASY® CHERRY PIE - A new Oso Easy rose that produces an abundance of bright, candy apple red flowers.  The flowers are large and single, bright yellow stamens.  The foliage is glossy and highly disease resistant.

Copyright © 2010.  By Rosalinda Morgan, "The Rose Lady".  All rights reserved. *OSO EASY ROSES - THE OTHER DISEASE RESISTANT ROSES* 

 

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Comments (2)

Bill Gillhespy
16 Sunview Blvd - Fort Myers Beach, FL
Fort Myers Beach Realtor, Fort Myers Beach Agent - Homes & Condos

Hi Rosalinda,  Interesting update on roses.  I used to do a lot with roses so your post caught my eye.  From the pictures it looks like these varieties have a relatively low petal count.  True ?

Aug 28, 2010 11:57 AM
Rosalinda Morgan
Brookville, NY
"The Rose Lady"

Bill - Yes, some of them have only 1 row of petals which is called single rose (less then 8 petals) and some are semi-double (8 to 20 petals).  I love singles and with red petals and yellow stamens, they are so beautiful. 

 

 

Aug 28, 2010 03:29 PM