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Post by bigjackmountain on 13th November 2011, 22:43

Practice makes perfect. I am new to Rosetalk and I am learning how to upload photos via Simons tutorial....here goes[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
This should be a photo of Harbinger
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Post by Admin on 13th November 2011, 22:54

Wonderful!!! This is the first time I've seen this one love

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Post by bigjackmountain on 13th November 2011, 23:04

Harbinger is very beautiful. She flowers very early, with canary bird. She is very similiar to Jessie Clark but her petals are a different texture and she doesn't have that silken anenome quality that Jessie has. I love them both.
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Post by Admin on 13th November 2011, 23:25

I have 'Nancy Hayward' down here and she is similar too, albeit a darker, more saturated pink and a more pronounced white eye. All of this style of AC rose are beautiful. I must get 'Flying Colours' one day too love

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Alister was brilliant

Post by bigjackmountain on 13th November 2011, 23:36

I love Nancy too...and another favourite, Mrs Oswin's gigantea.
I have posted a photo of Mrs. Richard Turnbull who must have had a thousand blooms this season, such a joyous beautiful thing
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