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Re: seedlings 2009

Post by Dave on 11th May 2009, 07:07

Thanks for sharing the pics of your "babies', Bemo. It's always a thrill to see how many germinate each day, and then to see those first flowers. They all lok beautiful. I still have some of this years seedlings having a final flush before winter.

How long do you keep your sown seeds? I discovered last year that seeds I thought would never germinate in spring kept coming up for months over summer, so now I keep them all just moist in shade outside until the end of summer. I've heard that some seeds take 12 months or more to germinate. I don't have that kind of patience!

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Post by rosemeadow on 12th May 2009, 23:30

Hi Dave, nice to see you here !


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Post by rosemeadow on 12th May 2009, 23:36

Bemo, I look forward to seeing more of your seedlings too.

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Post by Bemo on 13th May 2009, 01:12

Dave wrote:Thanks for sharing the pics of your "babies', Bemo. It's always a thrill to see how many germinate each day, and then to see those first flowers. They all lok beautiful. I still have some of this years seedlings having a final flush before winter.

How long do you keep your sown seeds? I discovered last year that seeds I thought would never germinate in spring kept coming up for months over summer, so now I keep them all just moist in shade outside until the end of summer. I've heard that some seeds take 12 months or more to germinate. I don't have that kind of patience!

Hi Dave,
in general I work like [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and keep the seeds about 6 to 8 week in the buttom area of the fridge (you will ralize that the silent vibrations of the fridge are really great Very Happy ). The seed begin then to germinate about after 3 weeks (works for the most of modern roses). On the first page of this threat you will find a typical workflow of the germination (germination rate in dependence of time). Here in Germany the seeds are allways sawn by end of November. If they germinate they must find good conditions (espec. enough light) for growing.
There are also refractory seeds, e.g. canina, which will need longer time to germinate, but who is breeding with r. canina?
Simple start a first atempt with ripe hips out of your garden. Prefer modern/culture roses.

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Post by Carole on 13th May 2009, 22:42

Hi Bernhard, For the life of me I could not get my head around why rose seeds would germinate in fridge. I did not think of vibrations and I don't know how this would help with the germination but from what you wrote it does. So yes I will certainly try it tomorrow. So if you put them in the fridge for 3 weeks then sow them at the end of November that would equate to our end of May. I will let you know what my results are like. Regards Carole.
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Post by Admin on 13th May 2009, 23:42

Don't think that's what he meant Carole... I've explained why they germinate in the fridge b4.

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Post by Bemo on 14th May 2009, 02:35

Carole wrote:Hi Bernhard, For the life of me I could not get my head around why rose seeds would germinate in fridge. I did not think of vibrations and I don't know how this would help with the germination but from what you wrote it does. So yes I will certainly try it tomorrow. So if you put them in the fridge for 3 weeks then sow them at the end of November that would equate to our end of May. I will let you know what my results are like. Regards Carole.

Hi Carole, indeed, the vibration of the fridge will not help, but everytime you hear the great noise you will remember that you have seeds in it Very Happy
Please note that 3 weeks will be to short for a good germination rate. Let them 6 week at least in the cold.

I wish you the best success

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Post by Bemo on 20th May 2009, 04:10

The highlight from of today, a breeze of light pink:

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it's a seedling out of the 'NDR1' edition Smile

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Post by Bemo on 24th May 2009, 02:56

Hi Roselovers,

a cross of 'Dormund' x 'Sorbet' bred in 2008 has shown its flowers the first time. I have listet the rose at HMF: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

It's a 'close to nature' rose and will help to protect my ground against straying dogs and cats Shocked Very Happy

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Post by Admin on 24th May 2009, 14:48

WOW Bernhard... 'Voodoo Child' has some serious thorns OMG!!! With thorns like that I reckon if a dog or cat goes too close... they won't get out again lol! It has good blood in from kordesii though.

I'm guessing 'Bonica' has played a big role in that lovely soft pink bloom too.

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Post by Bemo on 26th May 2009, 20:33

Hi Breeders,

I was awaiting more colour (something like apricot) from this seedling:

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now it has an other look, but it's not unintersting:

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this one is a seedling from 'Heidelberg', must see if I keep it silent

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a few seedlings from 2008 starting to bloom the first time, this rose has a phantastic dark green foilage, it's bred from 'Sympathy':
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I hope you enjoy

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Post by Bemo on 29th May 2009, 20:41

and another sister of 'Cherry breeze' shows it first flower, it's also a climber:

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Post by Bemo on 4th June 2009, 19:39

a further 'fellow student' makes me happy:

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and a seedling of a still unknown rose, but I will find it out:

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happy breeding

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th June 2009, 19:42

Bernhard, the pink one is beautiful, very camellia looking. The other thing we are going into winter so nice warm pictures would keep us all warm, I hope.
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Post by Bemo on 4th June 2009, 20:04

roseman wrote:...The other thing we are going into winter so nice warm pictures would keep us all warm....

I need the warm too, last night only 7C, at the moment 15C, ...very windy, brrrrrrrrrrrrr.....

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th June 2009, 20:09

That's interesting, we are into our 4th day of winter with cloud cover and light rain with same temperatures.
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Post by Guest on 4th June 2009, 21:21

Hey Bemo you very clever man , love the last on , looks very similar to the colour of dark moments, a rose that smells like cloves affraid

sorry not a good pic


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Post by rosemeadow on 6th June 2009, 20:19

Bemo, I like your Voodoo Child and the other babies are interesting too.

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Post by Bemo on 6th June 2009, 21:48

The Estate wrote:Hey Bemo you very clever man .....

No it's only passion and freakiness. A clever man had not to go to work every day, but I'm happy with the situation as it is Very Happy

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Post by Carole on 6th June 2009, 22:03

Bemo, That's very cryptic confused
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Post by Bemo on 7th June 2009, 09:15

Carole wrote:Bemo, That's very cryptic confused

don't be confused, it means only that I am a very normal man. We can not discuss the meaning of 'clever' as it's not clear amplified.

Let us better talk about roses, otherwise Simon will become angry, because we going OT Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

possibly your confusion is caused by your colour change alien alien alien , if it's finished we are awaiting a special recipe in the 'green drugstore' alien alien alien

dedicated for you I changed my signature

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Post by Bemo on 12th June 2009, 01:20

I believe I will become a fan of the single flowers Very Happy :

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stiil have to identify the motherplant which grows in the garden of our friends Rolling Eyes

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Post by orchid40 on 12th June 2009, 10:38

Lovely roses, Bemo. I like Cherry Breeze very much.

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Post by Bemo on 3rd July 2009, 05:47

a wither shade of pale (pink), but without cryptic text:

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it's a seedling of 'NDR1...', the baby got no drugs pale

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Post by Bemo on 5th July 2009, 04:14

a seedling which has late germinated, end of April. The firts bloom is also late but promising:

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mother is 'New Dawn'

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