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Post by Admin on 14th November 2010, 19:27

Flower has opened on one of my OP '10,000 Camelia's Red China Rose' seedlings. Great flower this. Hoping it will prove an important parent. Completely clean so far. Almost open fully. No fragrance, unfortunately.

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Re: Indian China :)

Post by Bemo on 16th November 2010, 02:46

That's indeed a very uncommon rose. You can be proud to be one of the owners. Just yesterday I thought about resistance breeding and schedule to use 'R.Moyesii' or 'R.Majalis'. Maybe your seedling is alo useful to breed healthy plants. The dark green leaves looking pretty clean Thumbsup

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Post by Dave on 18th November 2010, 07:22

Very promising, Simon. Well done!

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Re: Indian China :)

Post by Admin on 20th November 2010, 23:27

Another out today:

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Lovely pink blend. This brings me up to single whites and single pinks, double and semi-double pinks, and double reds from the one parent Rolling Eyes

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Re: Indian China :)

Post by Admin on 26th November 2010, 13:36

This one is the last of the 'Indian Chinas' to flower. I like this one though it seems to get black spot more than the others so far.

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