Kurpark Bad Salzchlirf (KBS)

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  • #59227
    tiG

    I love this brug. It’s one of my heaviest bloomers all season long. Smell is baby powder and it’s very fragrant.
    Bugs aren’t overly attracted to her.

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    #59226
    Paul

    KBS, only a cutting, 23 days after becoming a Pennsylvania resident, Y’d and has buds.

    Pretty Robust I’d say.

    #59228
    Spectator
    gone2seed

    KBS is my strongest grower..It flowers often and with so many blooms per flush.I crossed it to just about everything this year.

    #59710
    Anonymous

    I was looking thru my plants tonight and I have 2 KBS’. One I got about a year ago and it has serrated leaves, the other I got recently and it not serrated.

    In the gallery there is one photo by CindyD that has serrated leaves. After looking on ABADS also I believe the one with the serrated leaves is improperly named. So any ideas on this, maybe the one photo should be removed from the gallery.

    #59723
    Anonymous

    My KBA is about 7ft tall and has not Y’ed yet. It is really healthy looking so I am looking forward to blooms, It has 2 very large suckers coming from the bottom so maybe all it’s energy is going there. I don’t want to cut them yet, I want them to be more woody so the cutting’s chances are better to survive. Green cuttings and I don’t do well.

    #59724
    tiG

    My KBS doesn’t have serrated leaves.

    #59725
    Anonymous

    BTW. no serrated leaves on mine either.

    #143126
    Keymaster
    Alvin

    Good color since the blooms open white, then turn salmon/melon in a day or two so there are often both colors at once in a flush. Very nice, strong, fragrance.

    Easy to grow and propagate. No noticable bug problems at all.

    Very eager to bloom for me. Sets seeds easily.

    Blooms seem to hold up well to stresses such as drought & wind.

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