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Type: Shrub

Named for the copper statue in Portland, Oregon which is second only in size to the Statue of Liberty. This outstanding continually blooming shrub rose or climbing rose has an old-fashioned look. Its many petaled 3 1/2 -4" blooms (petals 80+) show a rich golden apricot center which shades to pink and cream. The blooms have a fruity fragrance and are produced in good sized clusters on long stems so that you may cut one cluster and fill a vase. Dark green, leathery foliage.

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(Gallon Pot)

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Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score No
Bloom Type Clustered, Fully Double
Breeder Code CLEzap
Characteristics Breeder, Cutting, Fragrance
Specific Color Apricot pink blend
Country of Origin USA
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 8-10' x 5' Cl 10-12'
Year 2002


Customer Reviews (12)

Better than the photoReview by Wendy
One year in. Well-mannered slow-to-start climber. GORGEOUS blooms. The catalog pics are a pale comparison. Can't wait for it to mature. (Posted on 8/30/2017)
color color colorReview by kim
the color is fabulous (Posted on 8/15/2017)
Very pleased!Review by Laura
I Just bought 4 Portlandia roses this spring in the one gallon size. The one little green "stick" in each pot is branching out well and each of them have had blooms within a month of planting here in Missouri. Our weather hasn't been the kindest to them, with some low temps in the 50's and some highs above 90 already, but it hasn't seemed to bother them. (Posted on 6/25/2017)
Gorgeous in VirginiaReview by Wendy Gardenwalla
Okay, I'll admit that this rose caught my attention as much for its name as for its beautiful photograph. After all, there are dozens, if not hundreds of roses with appealing portraits, but the "Portlandia" comedy is outstanding. And would a rose bred for Oregon do well in Petersburg, Virginia, Zone 7, with its erratic winter temperatures and long bouts of hot, humid weeks? But I ordered the small rose, and it spent a year in a one gallon pot while I decided where to plant it. For a couple of years it just hung in there, but this year, it produced full, fragrant blossoms for the month of May. Now it's time to cut it back and fertilize it, and see what happens for the rebloom. We often don't get much from any of the roses in the summer heat, but we shall see. (Posted on 6/4/2017)
Portlandia is one of my absolute favorites!Review by Rebekah
We have only Heriloom Roses in our garden filled with mass flowers and about 100 rose bushes. Portlandia is an all time favorite. It is startlingly beautiful. The rich orange-y copper in the center and the deep pink exterior petals make for a perfect combination! You won't be disappointed in this beauty. She climbs up our southern wall and peeks into the living room windows. She makes me very happy! (Posted on 5/26/2017)
Portlandia is Blooming!Review by Diane
This is the 3rd year for this rose. It's got buds and a couple of blooms on it already. The color is true, and it has a very light fragrance. Very satisfied. (Posted on 5/17/2017)
Beautiful Climber!Review by SanDiegoRoseLover
I bought this rose a year and a half ago and it has taken off this Spring. I bought the small one and stuck it in the ground next to a fence, and at first it did not grow much. This Spring it is covered with beautiful blooms of beautiful color, just like the photo. This has become one of my favorite roses. (Posted on 5/5/2017)
Beautiful Disease Resistant RoseReview by Twin Mom
I have had this Rose for over 10 years and it keeps on going. I would love another! (Posted on 5/1/2017)
Great rose with gorgeous color and perfume.Review by Judy
I bought this as a small plant on sale w/4 other roses. Put it in a very large pot to climb up the end of my patio cover. It just marked ground the first year, but now It is tall and willowy and appears to be producing lots of buds this year. The aroma is heavenly, and so is the color!
(Posted on 4/26/2017)
Breathtaking, full cups in glowing clustersReview by Dorothy
She slept her first year. When she woke up this spring, she never stopped making clusters of the most beautiful double colored full roses. Each with an irresistible and unique button eye in the middle - so enchanting and long lasting. Wish I could attach pictures of her. My favorite of all of my roses. I keep waiting for her to come back in stock as I only got one to see if I would like her. (Posted on 6/20/2016)
Very pretty and prolific!Review by Sarah
I ordered this rose on 12/24/2014 based on a good review and because It was on sale! I received it in Jan. and put it in a pot and soon had 2 nice blooms. (This was a small banded pot.) I transplanted it to a 20 inch pot and it is now vigorous and full of lovely roses. I expect this to be one of the attention grabbers when I establish a more permanent rose garden. Updates to follow! Vigorous! (Posted on 5/8/2015)
Beautiful and wonderful. Great performer. Review by Artisticmind75
This rose bloomed the first year I planted it. It survived an unusually cold winter and has tripled in size this spring. I now have a fast growing rose with Electric bright blooms that can be seen from the road!!! (Posted on 5/11/2014)

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