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Variations of cross in Moulin Rouge

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Variations of cross in Moulin Rouge

Post by Guest on 30th April 2011, 08:51

Years ago I did a cross Moulin Rouge X Graham Thomas. The top pic is Changing Times which is registered, the bottom one is unamed and mainly used for breeding. growth structure is quite different as well, Changing Times (canes are more lax) the unamed seedling growth (canes more ridgid and upright)




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Re: Variations of cross in Moulin Rouge

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 30th April 2011, 08:53

Again what can be said about the unnamed seedling other than Ilike it and am sure it would sell Thumbsup
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Re: Variations of cross in Moulin Rouge

Post by Guest on 5th May 2011, 13:53

Dave this is the the same bloom for the unamed seedling 6 days later, it holds pretty well for a long time and good for an other 2 to 3 days yet.


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