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Interesting concept...

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Post by Admin on 28th February 2009, 20:40

Browsing through HMF I found a few plants that have spiked my interest:

1. 'Blanc Double de Coubert'
2. 'Souvenir de Yeddo' (Tea parent was Rosa Indica)
3. 'Madame Georges Bruant'

I've heard of and nearly bought 'Blanc Double de Coubert' and tried to strike cuttings of 'Souvenir de Philémon Cochet' (it's sport) without any luck but haven't heard of the other two but they are Teas x rugosa (first crosses) that look pretty nice that are rated down to US zone 6. Would like to see whole bushes to see how much of the Tea they retained? The 1st one seems to be pretty strongly rugosa with a blousy semi-double flower.


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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 1st March 2009, 07:32

Simon, SdPC is the one I think is the better if the four. I looked who has it for sale and Mistydowns has it. Might get it in winter.
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