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R. sweginzowii

Post by Guest on 18th September 2011, 08:58

This is one of the species roses I introduced to the plot this winter, thorny little devil , but the good thing is there is a bloom forming in the bottom right corner of the photo. I have three roses to put this on which will be a big bonus as I did not expect it to flower this year.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 19th September 2011, 19:14

Only mucking around with this idea, what would 'mermaid' look like over or under it, Stunned


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Re: R. sweginzowii

Post by Guest on 19th September 2011, 19:21

Hi Dave;

Love the little icon, thats how I feel by November when my breeding season has finished. There is method in your madness Dave, If you could Mermaid pollen to stick on Sweginzowii, I think something very interesting would occur. I already have thoughts of putting Nevada on R. sweginzowii this spring. With the Mermaid cross I could even think what would be created, but it would be good.

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Post by Guest on 30th September 2011, 06:21

Well my R. Sweginzowii flowered, pollen harvested and will be applied to various things today now the rain has stopped. Will be interesting to see if it sticks onto moderns.

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Re: R. sweginzowii

Post by IanM on 4th October 2011, 23:25

I use to grow a lot of species roses. This one brings back memories with those glorious red spines. I only have about a dozen species now and all are in pots. Warren, let me know if you even want any more to add to your collection. I'm certain to have a few here that you haven't got. Only problem is mine are all on their own roots, so you'll either have to keep them potted or get them grafted. The only one that behaves itself on its own roots is a miniature form of R. acicularis. It only grows about 20cm high.
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