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Post by Bemo on 21st April 2011, 04:07

GDay my friends,
this year I had very poor germinations. Most of the hips from crossings had not the ripened enough. So there were no or only poor germinations Cursing

God thanks I always sow some open pollinations besides.

This one is the 1st starting flowering:

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the mother plant is easily to guess

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st April 2011, 06:56

It would be Bonica I guess scratch
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Post by Guest on 21st April 2011, 07:34

Nah Roseman, there is only one rose Bemo is using that gives that colour SYMPATHIE

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st April 2011, 08:03

Ok, how about Bonica x Sympathie roflmao
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Post by Bemo on 22nd April 2011, 03:26

great idea David.....going to do that this season. As I mentioned it is an open pollination and Warren is right, it's from Sympathie.
The lady is bare now...Embarassed

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on this occasion: Happy Eastern to all Woohoo
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Post by Guest on 22nd April 2011, 06:36

Bemo
Frohe ostern mein freund und wollen nitch zu viele schnapse trinken

cheers warren

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 22nd April 2011, 06:47

Warren, any chance of translation please, I guess Bernhard can understand it.
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Post by Guest on 22nd April 2011, 07:18

yep,

Happy Easter my friend and don't drink to many schnapps.

Jee's I hope he is not a non drinker could be in trouble LOL

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Post by Admin on 22nd April 2011, 09:07

Bemo loves his beer Wink

Out of curiosity, Bemo, what were the parentages of the crosses that failed? I've had a lot of failures in the past using the flower carpet roses and I know you have been dabling in them too, especially FC yellow.

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Post by rosemeadow on 22nd April 2011, 15:46

It looks very pretty, Bemo.
Happy Easter everyone !

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Post by Bemo on 22nd April 2011, 19:15

Simon wrote:Bemo loves his beer Wink

Out of curiosity, Bemo, what were the parentages of the crosses that failed? I've had a lot of failures in the past using the flower carpet roses and I know you have been dabling in them too, especially FC yellow.
indeed, beer is my favorite Very Happy

regarding the "failed" crosses:
'NDR1' x 'Mittsommermärchen' yielded in 20 seeds and only 1 germination, the seedling looks sill.

'AD' x 'Alfred Colomb' no germination

'Sympathie' x 'GdF' 3 germinations from 30 seeds, were not viable, anyhow, I will test this combination again.

also no germination from about 24 seeds OP of 'Mittsommermärchen' , but this plant is rather young.

as mentioned, I assume that the bad weather conditions last year caused the poor germinations, see also:

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Post by Bemo on 23rd April 2011, 21:32

Warren, I was wondering what Schnaps would mean in aussie english Stunned

is it fuel ?

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Post by Guest on 24th April 2011, 05:48

howdy Bemo,
It reminds me of Italian gruppa ( ROCKET FUEL)

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 24th April 2011, 06:44

Warren, have you opened Bemos link, I am having trouble.
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Post by Guest on 24th April 2011, 07:07

Links not working Roseman

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Post by Bemo on 24th April 2011, 17:19

is repaired now!

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Post by Carole on 24th April 2011, 19:16

Yes it is Bemo. It worked for me. Woohoo
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 25th April 2011, 07:10

Thanks Bernhard for fixing the link, made interesting reading, do you have thoughts on it or anyone else.
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Post by Bemo on 3rd May 2011, 01:59

roseman wrote:Thanks Bernhard for fixing the link, made interesting reading, do you have thoughts on it or anyone else.
David,
maybe this topic is not so interesting in your climate, as you normally are spoiled by the sun. My conclusion is, if I get not fully riped hips until the end of autumn, I will afterripen the hips inside. This seems to be supported by ethylen, produced by a ripe tomato or a banana peel.
'have still tested this:
Test (afterripened with tomatoe): 4/9 germinated (10. Feb. 2011,11. Feb. 2011,15. Feb. 2011,24. Mrz. 2011)
Control 1 (without tomatoe, same temperature conditions): 0/6
Control2 (instaed of afterripening direct stratification resulting in 4 weeks longer chilling time as the test and control 1): 0/11.
A parallel run, done by a member of the german planten forum gave also only 3 germinations from the test batch ( in this case tested with banana peel).

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Post by Bemo on 18th May 2011, 02:57

coming soon:

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it's one of three seedlings of 'Rose de Resht' x 'Sympathie', germinated last year.
The buds of another one have been unfortunately destroyed by this stupid strawberry guy (Anthonomus rubi)

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I hope that the rose is a perpetual one.....................

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Post by Bemo on 8th June 2011, 21:35

GDay over there
to complete the result one of of the rose de resht seedlings:

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in my opinion it looks more like a selfing than a cross. Maybe the breeder was to late? Whatever, it has a good wild rose scent.

'Sympathie' has worked again great. The 2nd bloom of this seedling shows now more the nature of the plant:

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it's also heavily fragrant with rosy & lemon like accents

Very Happy

a lot of other seedlings is still in the compost, but I keep some of the healthiest non bloomers, hoping that they will start blooming later.

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Post by Admin on 8th June 2011, 21:40

How does their health look Bernhard? The foliage looks very healthy in that last photo... just like 'Sympathie's foliage from here.

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Post by Bemo on 8th June 2011, 23:37

Simon wrote:How does their health look Bernhard? The foliage looks very healthy in that last photo... just like 'Sympathie's foliage from here.
no PM, no black spots observerd, so far. Keep the fingers crossed!

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