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Re: Looking for Yellows

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 19th July 2012, 16:04

Daniel, if all the others are of same age and 'Buccaneer' is behind, it is possible the roots "might not" be in contact with the soils, this can happen.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 26th July 2012, 17:52

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The 2 Buccaneers(yellows) arrived this afternoon, in water as we speak, to be planted this weekend.
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Post by Ozeboy on 18th February 2017, 12:55

David, how did the Buccaneer's work out?

My daughter wanted a yellow rose named after her so I picked two of the best here. Seed was 'Julia Child' and pollen 'Midas Touch'. It turned out a very deep yellow, quite fragrant Floribunda, reasonably healthy here. It's similar to 'Julia Child' but a deeper yellow. Possibly one of the best roses I have bred to date.

Also bred an interesting yellow minni come minni Flora from 'Julia Child' seed and Baby Love pollen The blooms are very much 'Baby Love' with 5 petals.

There are a lot of yellows out there listed as available.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 18th February 2017, 16:18

Bruce, Buccaneer is a work in progress. It has been placed over it's self. The combination of JC X MT should create something gourgous in my mind
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Re: Looking for Yellows

Post by Ausrose on 26th February 2017, 18:58

The top Yellow roses on the show bench over recent years have been:- Glorious, Gold Bunny, Gold Medal, St Patrick and *Victoria Gold.

*Australian bred.

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Post by Ozeboy on 28th February 2017, 09:53

It's difficult to tick all the boxes when looking for yellows.
I have had a lot here over the years but health seems to be a problem. Normally I would not have chosen to breed yellows by never having denied my daughter much in life it had to be yellow. Every time I visit her she always has a bunch of high centered, exhibition style yellows somewhere in a large vase. I have yet to see any yellows as deeply coloured as 'Natalie Treloar'.
It has great fragrance and is proving to be as healthy as it's pollen parent 'Midas Touch'. I never spray and so far so good re health. For those interested in pollination it's one of seven seedlings with great variation in them all.
There was one about the colour of 'St Patrick' but looked very much like 'Midas Touch'. All were discarded except the deep yellow keeper NT.
I have given away a lot of seedlings hoping my name was not associated with them as they were first crosses made to produce some very healthy foundation stock.
The two I'm going to concentrate on this season are
'New Yorker' and 'Rise-n-Shine'.

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Post by Ozeboy on 28th February 2017, 10:01

There seemed to be a bit of a problem might be my old computer playing up again.

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Post by neptune on 28th February 2017, 10:20

Ozeboy wrote:There seemed to be a bit of a problem might be my old computer playing up again.

Fixed..... Thumbsup
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Re: Looking for Yellows

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th February 2017, 12:38

Bruce what was the seed parent ?
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Re: Looking for Yellows

Post by Ozeboy on 2nd March 2017, 11:31

'Julia Child' , the seed parent, produced a reasonable amount of hips.

David do you want some budwood from 'Natalie Treloar'?

It's a deep yellow Floribunda, very bushy, fragrant, blooms fade a little as they age.

I have it growing in a pot but it should make a very good garden rose.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 2nd March 2017, 12:03

Yes please Bruce, could it be held over I have no understocks at present.
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Post by Ozeboy on 3rd March 2017, 12:14

Will do David, just when it suits you.

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