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Re: seedlings 2009

Post by Bemo on 15th July 2009, 22:45

you will easily identify this seedling due to the shrill colouring, the first flower of it has been still shown, it's not bred from 'radio gaga' Very Happy

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the darker one of the sisters will show the 2nd bloom soon

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Post by Admin on 15th July 2009, 23:05

Really liking the last two Bernhard! Especially the 'New Dawn' seedling. You can see the 'Safrano' coming out in it. This one, I think, is your most beautiful seedling yet!

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Post by Carole on 16th July 2009, 21:33

Beautiful colour Bernhard what is the perfume like Very Happy
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Re: seedlings 2009

Post by Bemo on 17th July 2009, 18:16

Carole, the dark pink rose has unfortunately no flavour Crying or Very sad

but this one has a little bit:

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I have found out now, that it is a seedling of 'Heidelberg', I was confused due to a misslabelling of the breeder, who has written the 9 like a 4 silent

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Post by Bemo on 21st July 2009, 03:13

the second seedling of 'Heidelberg' looks a little brighter and is a semi double one:

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both have an interesting foliage which reminds me on my 'Moonlight' Hybrid musk tongue

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Post by Bemo on 22nd July 2009, 04:14

pure red, a little bit darker than the photo shows and very full:

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a child dof 'NDR1 Radio Niedersachsen', must hear this station more often...

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Post by rosemeadow on 22nd July 2009, 04:44

Hi Bernhard, I am just have a quick look at your baby roses on this page before I shut this computer down. That look really great !!!

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Post by Bemo on 24th July 2009, 02:57

I must show the 'Heidelberg' seedling again, now it looks like a dahlia Shocked Shocked Shocked

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thats what I call 'diversity in rose breeding' Laughing

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Post by Admin on 24th July 2009, 19:38

I would call this one 'Waterlily' or 'Lotus' Thumbsup

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Post by Bemo on 26th July 2009, 01:31

I'm sure thats the one with the best development:

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spent her a 5 l pot today Cool.

there are some others of the little seedlings, which have not yet bloomed and have been potted in big containers still end of May, the largest reaches about 2 m now, believe I must bite them because they are going too unhandily:

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My feeling is, that they will not bloom before next spring. In summary I can say that I'm very happy with the yield I got from only 83 seedlings. Rose breeding is the finest and most exciting hobby I can imagine, don't know why I didn't started it earlier.


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Post by Billndee on 26th July 2009, 09:06

Might have a go myself. I have some big fat red hips on Temptress that are asking to be sown. How will I go about it Bemo? YOu seem to have success. I will scour Simon's brains too

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Post by Admin on 26th July 2009, 10:23

Rose breeding is the finest and most exciting hobby I can imagine, don't know why I didn't started it earlier.

I will second this...

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Re: seedlings 2009

Post by Bemo on 26th July 2009, 17:30

Hi Dee,
you have only to follow the instructions given by Peter Beales:breeding_roses
thats my prefered method for chilling the seeds. It's a good idea to start with ripe hips.
But I believe the best date for stratifying/ sawing them is left over, must be ~June in your climate, try it nevertheless, you have nothing to loose.

I whish you great success

Bernhard

completion: you can shorten the process described by P.B. by skipping the step of '6 weeks @ room temp'. After stratifying I can recommend to saw the seeds in peat plags, if you are unexercised with the handling of young plants. Keep the seeds moist @ about 10 to 15 C, bright but not sunny. If you notice the first germination, you can slowly increase the temperature to about 20 C or above.


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Post by Bemo on 7th August 2009, 20:08

G'day breeders,
remember the seedling which I have called 'Kommilitone' (fellow student). The first and second buds of it could not open. Now , the 3rd flower does:

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it has a only a little bit sweet scent but, thank God, no BS Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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Post by Billndee on 7th August 2009, 20:20

That is a gorgeous shape and a beautiful colour Bemo. A very desirable rose.
Will you please remind us of its parentage?

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Re: seedlings 2009

Post by Bemo on 7th August 2009, 20:25

Billndee wrote:......Will you please remind us of its parentage?
it's an open pollination of 'Rosenprofessor Sieber'

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Re: seedlings 2009

Post by Admin on 7th August 2009, 21:01

Very promising Bernhard! Lovely! I'm always amazed at how roses change as they grow up.

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Post by Billndee on 7th August 2009, 21:24

In my humble opinion it is far superior to Rose Professor Seiber. It looks like a David Austin type of bloom.

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Post by Bemo on 8th August 2009, 00:05

Billndee wrote:It looks like a David Austin type of bloom.
maybe the roseprofessor has fallen in the arms of 'the generous gardener' which is growing aside Rolling Eyes Smile

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Post by rosemeadow on 8th August 2009, 01:21

Lovely rose, Bernhard ! I am very envious !

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Post by orchid40 on 8th August 2009, 17:51

What a beauty, I love the shape and the colour is a really rich pink, very delicious!

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Post by Carole on 8th August 2009, 19:22

I am green green green with envy Bernhard also I just love the generous gardener DA uses it a lot in his gardens but >8@ >8@ >8@ Tantrum Tantrum we can't get it here Tantrum Tantrum Tantrum
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Post by rosemeadow on 8th August 2009, 20:27

Hopefully one day we will be able to buy it here, Carole

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Post by Bemo on 8th August 2009, 21:10

thats the best feedback about my seedlings I got from you, so far. I also believe that it is one of the best seedlings of the breeding season 2009, although there are some plants waiting for their 1st flower next year.

great to share it with you Thumbsup

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Post by Admin on 8th August 2009, 21:32

Can we see the whole plant please Berhard???

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