Julia's Rose, bred by Wisbech Plant Co., England, 1976.
I understand that 'Julia's Rose' is a bit finicky, and slow to become established, and requires the best of cultural attentions always. Apparently some people grow it in a large pot so they can control drainage and soil fertility better. It is likely to need protection from Blackspot if grown in a disease prone region, so be aware that you may need to spray.
I can't offer much commentary at this stage, as I have only had my plant a year, and have not seen it perform to its abilities yet. I will give you more information later on this year.
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