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Tamora x Queen Elizabeth

Post by Dave on 8th January 2012, 10:04

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Re: Tamora x Queen Elizabeth

Post by RitaG on 8th January 2012, 10:07

Tests ok my friend - she looks a little like a peach version of Belle Story - what kind of plant does it make? Scent?
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Re: Tamora x Queen Elizabeth

Post by Dave on 8th January 2012, 10:12

Hi Rita, no picture on my computer!!??

Upright bush only half the height of QE so far. Light mhyrr scent

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Post by RitaG on 8th January 2012, 10:21

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Re: Tamora x Queen Elizabeth

Post by Dave on 8th January 2012, 10:38

Thanks for your help, Rita...nothing works for me today.
This is the best rose I've bred so far. With 5 plants in the garden there's some to pick every day. Changes from an apricot bud to parchment. Love the stamens. Love the way the petals fold at night. Lasts at least 5 days in the vase. So I've named it after my wife Very Happy

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Post by RitaG on 8th January 2012, 10:44

You're welcome David. PCs/Apple Macs are machines!!! They too irritate me at times. Maybe someone with a MAC can rewrite the upload instructions for images as I'm not sure what is happening for you.

Shirley Ann looks a beauty and I'm sure that she is delighted with having her own rose! Look forward to the day when I see her for sale at the nurseries.
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Re: Tamora x Queen Elizabeth

Post by Admin on 8th January 2012, 11:06

It's a beautiful delicate flower, Dave. Looking forward to seeing the whole plant one day too.

With the image posting, you did everything right until the very end. You uploaded the image fine, and you copied the code to paste into the forum. What you missed, right at the very end, is the instructions to tell the forum software to turn the code into an image. The way to do that is to type this at the front of the code:

Code:
[img]

and this at the end of the code:

Code:
[/img]

The code you copied is called the url, or the web address for the image you just uploaded. You are using the IMG tags to tell the browser to turn the url into an image.

What you should end up with, for your image that you just posted is this:

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[img]http://i41.servimg.com/u/f41/14/61/23/56/shirle10.jpg[/img]

When you hit send the picture will then show up in your post.

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Post by Alee on 8th January 2012, 13:14

Any explanations why flowers fold at night? I noticed it on Jude The Obscure.

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Post by Betty on 8th January 2012, 14:28

Well done, David. That's a beautiful rose.
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Post by Dave on 8th January 2012, 15:13

Thanks Simon. When I've got time I'll give it a go!
The folding at night is interesting, Alee. I've never heard it mentioned as a particular characteristic of any rose, not even for ID purposes. I love it though, it's like saying "Goodnight".

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Post by Betty on 8th January 2012, 15:18

I have a feeling that my Golden Wings closes its blooms for the night.
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