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Post by AutumnDamask on 9th July 2011, 22:01

This mystery standard gave me some seedlings this year...

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Post by Admin on 12th July 2011, 00:10

Reminds me of the Delbard 'Paris 2000'. See: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

They produced it as a standard too: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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Post by AutumnDamask on 12th July 2011, 07:03

THANK YOU Simon! That looks about right.

It seems to be fertile enough.... (4 of the seedlings were found out on the burn heap LOL)
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Post by Admin on 12th July 2011, 09:47

No worries Thumbsup Looks like a nice rose too. Might hit you up for some cuttings one day Wink

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Post by AutumnDamask on 12th July 2011, 10:33

hehe Feel free. If we didn't cut it back rather solidly then it would be HUGE. Not so good for a ball on a stick I suppose...!
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Re: Mystery standard

Post by Barbara B on 12th July 2011, 17:05

Hi,
I wonder if it's a Sparrieshoop, but no-one would do that as a standard, would they?
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Post by Admin on 12th July 2011, 17:20

I thought of that too Barbara... surely no one would be so silly as to put that big rose on a standard... maybe I'm giving people too much credit LOL

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Post by AutumnDamask on 12th July 2011, 17:56

Well, we have a Sparrieshoop and it is not the same. That also has a tendency to pretty wicked thorns doesn't it?

If someone was going to try Sparrieshoop as a standard... surely it would be a taller one!
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Post by Ripley on 12th July 2011, 19:59

Here's a pic of my Paris 2000 from autumn this year.
('Scuse the moth eaten look)

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The new flowers are very brightly coloured and then it pales with age
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