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The Imposter o.r.

Rosa Landscape/Shrub

The Imposter-It is a clematis wann'be! Similar to Mutablis with better manners This is truly a lovely and different rose.

Looking good in the heat-good looking in mass; try 3 of 'The Imposters' planted together to make a statement. Great as hedges, border planting's including between property lines, and good as barriers.

Sold as bare root rose
Interesting Notes

'The Imposter' is aptly named! From a distance your friends won't know if it is a rose or a clematis. And who wouldn't want a clematis that bloomed all summer long! The rose companies, in this case Star roses, are looking for the new, different, and exciting. Aren't we the lucky ones to benifit from their years of work! Each petal looks like a paint brush has been used to add streaks of deep pink and carmine red over a base of light pink. We were fortunate to receive this rose as an early release this past season and have been impressed with its compact form, disease resistance, and repeat blooming. When first introduced to The Imposter by our sales representative, Steve from Star Roses, he shared that he had planted 55 of them in his garden! I thought, "Wow this guy is either a real rose nut or really likes this rose!" As it turns out, both are true!

Flower Color

Pink Blend

Exposure

Sun

Fragrance

Slight or None

Rose Color

Pink

Type

Modern Bush

Attributes

Single Flower
Border or Bed
Disease Resistant
Ground Cover
Own Root
Mass Planting
Rosa Landscape/Shrub (The Imposter o.r.)

Petal Count

5-7

Intro Year

2007
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