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Post by Guest on 17th December 2010, 19:09

This is what happens when you cross First love with Safrano


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Post by OzRose on 17th December 2010, 19:31

You know at first glance it made me think of the D.A " Mistress Quickly".
How big are the flowers ?

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Or a rose impersonating a dahlia ; that's okay . Simon has one doing an impression of a carnation Laughing

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Post by Barbara B on 17th December 2010, 19:41

Wow, how different is that??
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Post by Admin on 17th December 2010, 20:15

I had one do this last year too... the cactus dahlia impression is quite attractive I think:

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I think it would look really nice if it was really floriferous, covering the bush with spikey flowers Smile

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Post by Guest on 17th December 2010, 21:01

It is about 3in, will probably keep it as some thing different, as it does nt have any reproductive organs

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