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Post by Guest on 13th April 2012, 16:01

Hi Gary, just wondering if this is Lorraine Lee or not, the bloom iseems to be more cupped than LL. Its on a very old farm here in the riverina the stump is probably around 12" in diameter or larger, its a Tea of some sort. See what you think from the pics below.








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Post by Balinbear on 13th April 2012, 21:28

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Our Lorraine Lee flowers like that. They are very cupped shaped.
The flower below is more or less identical to the one in your first photo. They all seem to open up this way and the the pedals spread out to the "normal" shape.

Going by the size it sounds like it is a climbing version.

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Post by Guest on 14th April 2012, 05:22

oops I forgot to mention it was a climber, thanks Gary. Have seen othe Lorainne Lee's around town with the petals a bit more open, but was not 100% sure about this one.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 14th April 2012, 06:51

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Post by Guest on 14th April 2012, 07:07

Have a few crosses of LL Dave, this is one Whiz Kid X Lorainne Lee

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Post by Guest on 14th April 2012, 21:10

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Post by Ozeboy on 15th April 2012, 08:57

Warren I know you have directed your question to Balinbear however I can probably help. "Lorraine Lee Clg" blooms are taller, less petals and grow on long canes. The fragrance is strong, very nice and to my knowkledge only found on Lorraine Lee Clg. When you walk by it the fragrance is unbelieveably strong and nice.

The growth in your pix looks more like Mr. Williams a found Clg Tea rose in WA. Once you have sniffed a Lorraine Lee Clg bloom or walked by it the fragrance will never be forgotten.

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