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Ketchup & Mustard

Post by paulh on 22nd June 2013, 01:35

Ketchup & Mustard... does anybody know if this rose goes by any other names?
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Re: Ketchup & Mustard

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 22nd June 2013, 08:15

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Re: Ketchup & Mustard

Post by Ausrose on 22nd June 2013, 09:37

Like David the simple answer is no however with all the rosarians that are members of this forum we should be able to compile a list. I'll start if off with the George Dawson bred Imp.

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Post by paulh on 22nd June 2013, 22:31

Well I checked here in Perth, but sadly no one has it darn.
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Re: Ketchup & Mustard

Post by Bonita18 on 1st July 2013, 16:41

Sounds like someone has taken Honey Dijon and called it mustard but I cannot explain the Ketchup part!

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Post by paulh on 1st July 2013, 21:54

Bonita18 wrote:Sounds like someone has taken Honey Dijon and called it mustard but I cannot explain the Ketchup part!

Thanks for that Bonita. I'm still looking
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