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Is this 'Russelliana' and 'The Dark Lady'???

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Is this 'Russelliana' and 'The Dark Lady'???

Post by sonya on 24th June 2011, 07:11

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Re: Is this 'Russelliana' and 'The Dark Lady'???

Post by sonya on 24th June 2011, 07:12

The first is ment to be russelina, the next a pink single with fragrance that does really well here. The last Is ment to be a cutting of the dark lady?
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Re: Is this 'Russelliana' and 'The Dark Lady'???

Post by RitaG on 25th June 2011, 09:35

Hi Sonya, as you've correctly guessed, neither is Russelliana nor The Dark Lady.

I grew Russelliana in my former garden where it grew up a north facing brick wall. It's a once flowering plant but to my eye, so beautiful. Its blooms little bigger than a 50c piece and its sepals have the appearance of a Moss rose.

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As to The Dark Lady, there is no mistaking her, she is a huge bloom, I once counted 200 petals on her, the bush photo shows her growing across the bed from Russelliana in my former garden. I now have three plants of her in my new garden (one which is a tall standard still waiting to go into the ground) ....
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Both your roses look charming and it looks like you've got plenty of room to forgive their forged passports Coming up Roses
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Re: Is this 'Russelliana' and 'The Dark Lady'???

Post by sonya on 25th June 2011, 14:36

Thank you Rita,
I bought some mixed cuttings from ladybird nursery. Oh well be on the hunt for there names now.
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Re: Is this 'Russelliana' and 'The Dark Lady'???

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