ADDIE BRANCH SMITH

$7.99 each, 3 for $21.99

4.44 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)
SKU: 1421

4″ bloom, 20″ tall, Mid Season, Dormant

‘Addie Branch Smith’ is a stunner! Orchid rose blooms with a dark purple eyezone and a pale green throat are held on short scapes over attractive mounds of superb dark blue green foliage. So lovely!

Bloom Patterns

Eyezone

Color

Lavender

Bloom Size

4″

Height

20″

Bloom Season

Mid Season

Foliage Types

Dormant

Hybridizer

Henry-P. (1977)

More information (?)
Shipping Season March-October
Sun Exposure

Sun

Soil Type

Any with care

Bloom Period

June-July

Zone Range

3 to 9

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5
    Stunning and inexpensive so you can load them up

    scwoz1@gmail.com (verified owner)

    Beautiful rose color and prolific bloomer. Just beautiful in my garden.

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  2. Rated 3 out of 5
    Not for rusty areas.

    BobJax (verified owner)

    It was a bonus plant. I asked for any evergreen. This dormant was sent. Got rust quick. Pulled this morning. Sad to see it go. Not for rusty areas.

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  3. Rated 3 out of 5

    Priscilla

    Pretty daylily. It didn’t bloom for me though until the second summer and it still didn’t have that many buds. Maybe it will do better this year

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  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    coram, NY

    Beautiful blooms first year in an area that doesn’t get full sun all day-blooms are exactly as shown on this site-although in July not June. All Three of them are performing nicely.

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  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Cleveland, MS

    The ‘Addie Branch Smith’ sisters toughed it out in the hottest garden patch. This 6-pack bloomed steadily from late May to late June (zone 8b). Although the blooms weren’t as vibrant as those pictured in the catalog (considering the blast furnace-like conditions), they were still very pretty to look at poised above their deep blue-green foliage.

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  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chicago, IL

    This one is gorgeous, brighter and prettier than the photo. It’s a unique color between rose and mauve. I love the eyezone. It blends beautifully w/ my red and purple daylilies. I took off 1 point because it didn’t bloom or do much of anything the first year. Now it has 4 scapes full of flowers. It’s bigger than described: the flowers are easily 5″ and it’s 25″ tall, so mine doesn’t look like a miniature variety. Definitely a keeper, and great price too.

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  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Goodlettsville, TN

    Added ‘Addie’ to our garden this spring and did not expect many blooms. However, she did produce several that were spectacular; much prettier than the picture. This is a favorite and one I show off to all visitors.

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  8. Rated 4 out of 5

    Woodruff, SC

    Grows well here, and does bloom. But the color is not nearly as intense as the photo indicates, at least for us. The purple appears washed out.

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  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer, IN

    I love them! They are a prolific bloomer and begin around the end of June. They are very pretty and the mound stays small and green all season long.

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