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Rambling rose.

Post by Carole on 8th November 2011, 13:50

Does anyone know what this rose is ?
I call it " the very pretty pink rambling rose with lots & lots of thorns"
She only flowers in spring with the odd flower during summer.

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Post by RitaG on 8th November 2011, 20:53

Carole, could this be Albertine? Other than that, the only other rose that comes to view in my mind is Madame Grégoire Staechelin.

I grew both in my former garden, and if it is Albertine, be prepared for a house eater, MGS was a fairly tame grower for me but equally as beautiful at Albertine.
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Post by Admin on 8th November 2011, 20:59

My 'Albertine' has a slight yellow/orange tinge to it... when I first saw it I thought 'New Dawn'.. but I don't think it is.

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Post by Balinbear on 8th November 2011, 22:12

Looks like Albertine. Spring flush with odd flower through summer.

I think New Dawn flowers a bit more regularly than that. It supposed to but the ones we had growing(?) did not flower all that much. In fact they did not do too much at all apart from get blackspot and drop the few leaves they ever had.

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Post by Admin on 8th November 2011, 22:53

Could they have been 'Dr Van Fleet' instead?

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 9th November 2011, 06:35

Ok, we will settle on 'Albertine' for our rambling rose
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Post by Meryl on 10th November 2011, 07:01

I have Albertine, just getting to the end of her run this year, and the colour of the buds in picture no.3 makes me pretty certain Albertine is what you have. IMO the combination of the deep peachy buds with the pale pink flowers is what makes her so beautiful.

Definitely not New Dawn, which blooms very well in Katoomba and Sydney and doesn't have that colour contrast. She has a big flush in spring and thereafter a few flowers pretty well all the time.

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Post by Ozeboy on 10th November 2011, 10:25

If thats not 'Albertine' then I'm a bad judge.

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Re: Rambling rose.

Post by Carole on 10th November 2011, 10:38

Thank you everyone flower
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Post by tambralyngar on 10th November 2011, 23:06

I can only hope to have roses that look that good one day Thumbsup
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Post by Balinbear on 11th November 2011, 14:03

Tamara
Albertines are easy. You plant them somhwere that can support them and thats just about it.
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Post by Guest on 11th November 2011, 21:50

But like many ramblers, especially with wichurana blood, it needs to be kept up off the ground. Otherwise it will root down and you'll get colonies leapfrogging towards the horizon.


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Post by Meryl on 12th November 2011, 09:27

Love "leapfrogging towards the horizon"! That's just what my Pinkie has been doing the past couple of years.

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