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Bemo... your variegated seedling???

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Bemo... your variegated seedling???

Post by Admin on 16th April 2009, 13:08

Hi Bemo,

I was looking through your Picassa photo website and was wondering how that variegated seedling of yours was going?

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Post by Bemo on 17th April 2009, 04:43

to be sure that we speak about the same one:

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in the german planten forum I've seen more variegated roses last year. I can not exclude that it's driven by weather conditions (?).
The rose has survived the 1st winter well. So I wait for flowering, which will happen in about 6 weeks, I will show how it looks then

Hope the colouring has not changed.

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Post by Carole on 17th April 2009, 08:47

Bemo, It is a very pretty rose. Very Happy What rose was the seed from?
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Re: Bemo... your variegated seedling???

Post by Bemo on 17th April 2009, 23:19

Carole wrote:Bemo, It is a very pretty rose. Very Happy What rose was the seed from?

Hi Carole,
it's an open pollination of 'Rosenprofessor Sieber'. RPS is a very vigerous rose and a good mother plant too. It's very recommended for breeding by me. This one I got in 2007 from it:

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This year there are 13 seedlings of RPS in breeding and some of them are looking pretty good again Cool

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Post by Admin on 18th April 2009, 21:09

Nope... the seedling with the variegated leaves. This has always fascinated me... so I was keen to hear how it turned out because so many seem to get culled.

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Post by Bemo on 18th April 2009, 21:45

ahhh...... variegated leaves Idea
you speak about this one:

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it does not exist anymore (RIP). Growing was nor sufficient and it did not bloom.

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Post by Admin on 18th April 2009, 22:04

That's the one - such a pity but I think there must be something about this condition and vigour in roses because a lot of people I've been talking to who have also had variegated seedlings have also said the same thing. I was thinking that maybe they'd be good roses for shady places...

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 19th April 2009, 06:39

Bemo, the picture of your variegated rose, is this one of the 13 seedlings or another batch. if from another batch what is the cross. Are you going to see what will come from it. Please do not cull it till it flowers, maybe the flower could also be variegated, hope so.
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Post by Admin on 19th April 2009, 12:12

Bemo wrote:ahhh...... variegated leaves Idea
you speak about this one:

it does not exist anymore (RIP). Growing was nor sufficient and it did not bloom.

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Post by Bemo on 19th April 2009, 21:50

roseman wrote:Bemo, the picture of your variegated rose, is this one of the 13 seedlings or another batch. if from another batch what is the cross. Are you going to see what will come from it. Please do not cull it till it flowers, maybe the flower could also be variegated, hope so.

both photos above are made last year from open pollinations. The 13 seedlings of 'Rosenprofessor Sieber' germinated this year, are also OP.
I will see if there are other surprises in the gene pool. Often the roses are crossed and the result you get is the F1 Hybrid. The true combination you will see firstly in the F2 generation, backcrossing them by self pollnation.

So it's alwayas exiting to do open pollination: Either you get the F2 generation of the cross, what is most likely, or a new (unknown) cross Rolling Eyes

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