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For Margaret or who ever can help

Post by Guest on 12th January 2011, 10:14

Howdy Margaret

Thought you might be able to help me ID theses roses. They are from a very old house here in Deniliquin and I was told by the owners that they would be minimum 80yrs old.

The first and the third one I like, but the third i think has something which could be dynamite









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Re: For Margaret or who ever can help

Post by sueanne on 12th January 2011, 11:44

the first one does look like Elina to me but probably is no where near the age you mention

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Re: For Margaret or who ever can help

Post by Guest on 12th January 2011, 12:13

Thanx Sueanne, but if you look at the ends of the petals they flip over , similar to the third pink rose picture, Elina does'nt do that

cheers warren

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Re: For Margaret or who ever can help

Post by Admin on 12th January 2011, 12:33

Can we get photos of the leaves, prickles, stems, receptacles, sepals, stipules, etc too Warren?

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Re: For Margaret or who ever can help

Post by Guest on 12th January 2011, 14:49

Aargh, I have the wrong sort of visual memory to be able to ID roses, especially HTs! I know what the name of the rose should look like, so I can spell, but as for the rose itself... If you add the photos Simon suggested I'll ask others to look. We need to know whether they climb. I assume they're repeat-flowerers? Much scent?
By the way Bruce, the "Tasha's Tarlee Pink" that the shearer told us was > 70 years old has been IDed by David Ruston as Sylvia (1970s). Wonderful picking rose and very floriferous, but not Heritage for a good few years yet.
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Re: For Margaret or who ever can help

Post by Ozeboy on 13th January 2011, 02:29

Thanks Margaret, I have "Sylvia" as well and the "Tasha's Tarlee Pink" certainly look alike. They are both a little leggy here, very fragrant and a nice clear pink which is my favourite colour. Heritage or not it is still a great HT.

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