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Autumn blooms of the new ones

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Autumn blooms of the new ones

Post by Guest on 30th April 2011, 15:38

Couple of blooms before winter sets in
















This is (The Iced Baronne) Iceberg x Baronne ed Rothschild





When I did this cross I expected something in the below picture. The centre of this seedling is probably a traite thrown back from Playboy. The petals are so dark making it very difficult to photograph without blowing out the highlights





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Post by Guest on 2nd May 2011, 09:41

Put some pics back in here sorry about all this

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Post by rosemeadow on 2nd May 2011, 11:18

That is quite a collection of lovely new roses. !
I lost my attempt of breeding rose a while back, it wasn't hardy enough. One day I will try again.

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Post by Guest on 2nd May 2011, 13:17

These are all yearlings except the Iced Baronne its a lot older, when they get pruned in winter , the growth put out in spring will make things look a lot better and stronger

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Post by Bemo on 3rd May 2011, 03:08

love your Ithaca cross and still wonder where the anthocyans from Sympathie have been lost. One never get, what was expected...............

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Re: Autumn blooms of the new ones

Post by Guest on 3rd May 2011, 06:49

Hi Bemo, you like the single version of the Ithaca X Atomic, When I see a colour and patterning on the petals like this, I get a bit excited. Unusual colours when crossed with a lot of other colour types can create some thing just as unusual.
I read the tag wrongly its is Charles Austin X (Altissimo X R. Hemisphaerica) The AltissimoX Hemisphaerica cross the plant its self was not bad, very thorny. The flowers were horrible singles, the only reason I kept it was, R Hemisphaerica is really difficult to get a hybrid ( it does'nt have very many stamens, I ususally get around 10 if I am lucky and pollination is done with jewllers magnifying glasses).

But then again I crossed Sympathie with Maigold and got , a full double pink and this one in the pic. Both have the same flower structure.


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Post by sonya on 3rd May 2011, 19:54

Wow they are beautiful love the thaea x atomic and sympathies x black velvet.
Cant wait to do some more crossing to creat your splendor
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Post by Carole on 3rd May 2011, 23:01

That is a lovely Rose Warren.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th May 2011, 08:18

Warren I guess there is nothing in the pipeline in yellow, along the lines of the one below.

Ozroz wrote: .

But then again I crossed Sympathie with Maigold and got , a full double pink and this one in the pic. Both have the same flower structure.

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Post by Guest on 4th May 2011, 18:14

Roseman I have'nt got a yellow out of a Sypathie cross yet, must look at the records to see if i have used yellow pollen yet.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 5th May 2011, 07:20

It ok, just seem to be into yellow tones and colours close to it.
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Post by Guest on 8th May 2011, 15:29

These will probably be the last blooms for this growing season.

I think this a Scepter'd Isle X Mimas, not registered, holds this form for a long time before opening slightly







The soil were I am, roses absolutely love, this is seedling planted last August in the grow out beds , from seed sown to this stage only 9 mths old. For scale I put in a rake handle.

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Post by sonya on 10th May 2011, 06:28

very healthy looking seedling, I will get to take a photo of the healthiest 9 month baby i have
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