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Every Yellow That I have Bred

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Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by Guest on 4th May 2011, 19:30

Over the years I have bred a number of yellows, some do fade a little bit others retain their brightness.

This is a list of the registered ones

Bamako


Dame Elegant















This is whats comming throught the stables at the moment















This is a climber




Safrano X Gold Bunny

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Re: Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by sonya on 4th May 2011, 20:42

very nice, hard to choose my favourite like skippy and southern gal and Hilda. how many of your own creation do you have, they r amazing
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Re: Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by Guest on 4th May 2011, 21:11

hi Sonya

I have 103 registered , 26 under trial , and about 400 new ones and it sure keeps me busy

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Re: Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by Carole on 4th May 2011, 21:20

You have wonderful roses there,
My favourites would be " Bamako" and "Charles Austin x Bamako"
However I also love the others.
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Re: Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by Carole on 4th May 2011, 21:21

Hilda and the mystery yellow are brilliant.
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Re: Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by sonya on 5th May 2011, 07:44

Wow I would love to see them but you are at the other end of the state.G8 work how long have you bn breeding ozroz, I have sooo much to learn
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Number of posts : 73
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Location : Far North Coast nsw
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Re: Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 5th May 2011, 07:52

Where doe s one start with all of these yellows in order of presentation, from my eyes only
Bamako, will it be available, great rose
Hilda Sophia Lehmann
Mystery Yellow, love the name. Good selling name.
Peeky Do. Love the shape and shot of this one.
Skippy. As mentioned before, colour is right, but IMO it looks like a yellow 'Iceberg'
Charles Austin x Scentimental
Charles Austin x Smooth Buttercup, interesting, could come to like it
Charles Austin x Bamako - YES please, hope this one come on the market.
Safrano x Gold Bunny, lighter shade of the above to my eye.

Warren will many or any of these see the public. As you can see my taste in roses. This being said, single oe semi single yellows are always welcome Warren if you want to get rid of some. David.
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Re: Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by rosemeadow on 5th May 2011, 09:39

I like alot of them Ozros, when will you be selling them ?

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Re: Every Yellow That I have Bred

Post by Guest on 5th May 2011, 13:00

David the Charles Austin X Smooth Buttercup and all of the Charles Austin X Vanilla , have incredible health and growth vigour , the HT looking one , the bloom is around 5" and can get a bit bigger. What made me get up and look most of all with these two crosses was the health and amazing growth.

Sonya I did my first cross back in 2005, the best advice I can give you or any one else in breeding roses is, let the rose cultivars tell you what they are all about, when you view them, all the information will be there, when you look at there first generation cross, the information will be there. Dont look at things in a complicated way and always view with an open mind.


Dave and Rosemeadow , had a trip to Portland and had a meeting with Treloars, budwood is going to them in Nov, but they will probably asses them before release.

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