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2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

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2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Guest on 18th September 2011, 08:26

Last year I changed my breeding programmes on a slightly different path, and now the results are comming in. Athough these seedling may be only 6-8 inches hich , the blooms produced are a good size and as they grow to a larger size the petallage will increase in some becomming more full.

The first one for this year is a (Altissimo X Perfume Delight) X Curly Pink

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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Guest on 22nd September 2011, 18:00

Here are three I photographed this afternoon. Keep in mind these are the first blooms for these seedling.

Sympathie X Curly Pink



Sympathie X Lyon Rose



Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose


Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose. Petals showing the Pernetiana influence.

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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Guest on 25th September 2011, 16:32

some newies taken today





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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Guest on 28th September 2011, 16:06

And some more






Theses are the petals stripped out of the Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose

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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by rosemeadow on 29th September 2011, 18:41

Some real beauties !

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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by AutumnDamask on 29th September 2011, 19:51

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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Guest on 1st October 2011, 15:58

Here are two newies , out of the same hip, but showing comepletely different characteristics, the dark red has a huge petal count compared to the pink. The pics are not that flash, but its an idea whats going to happen down the track. The cross is Sympathie X Curly Pink. If you are wondering why I use Sympathie alot, it is healthy and gives good vigour to its off spring



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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Carole on 2nd October 2011, 21:43

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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd October 2011, 07:03

Carole wrote: love I am a Drooler
Sums it up pretty much.
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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Ozeboy on 3rd October 2011, 10:42

Great work Warren, have taken note of the breeders used to make these.

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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Carole on 3rd October 2011, 11:13

If you try it Bruce it will be interesting to see the results.
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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by Guest on 7th October 2011, 16:01

Here are a couple of interesting crosses from the 2010 pollinations, these are their first blooms and due to the weather are a bit ratty. Finally bred my first mauve rose Baronne E D Rothscild X Charles De Gaulle.






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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th October 2011, 06:43

Warren, 'Arjuna x Curly pink' is a good colour. Is BEDR X CDG, going to be a HT
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Post by Guest on 8th October 2011, 07:08

Dave; the BEDR X CDG should be HT , it perfume is like CDG , pretty strong. Do not under estimate the BEDR x Old Port, its colour combo is very interesting to me at the moment and will look pretty good in another 6 mths.

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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th October 2011, 07:34

How about you throw 'Jacaranda" over/under it, more perfume
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Re: 2010 Pollenations are now starting to flower.

Post by rosemeadow on 8th October 2011, 09:23

These are three pretty babies ! The first one is nearly mauve too ?
Mauve is one of my favorite colours in roses and the first rose I fell in love with was Blue Moon. When I was in Tasmania for my first visit there in my early twenties.

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Post by Guest on 8th October 2011, 09:35

Rosemeadow the first one when it gets older and by looking at this bloom, the colours will be very pale lilac petals with mauve on the edges.

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