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Alister Clark's 'Busybody'?

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Alister Clark's 'Busybody'?

Post by Admin on 26th July 2009, 12:36

Does anyone know any information about the 'Alister Clark' rose called 'Busybody'? It's listed as being from a cross between the two Tea roses; 'George Schwartz' and 'Lena'. 'Busybody' is, however, listed as being a hybrid tea??? Keen to hear any info about it if anyone knows.

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Re: Alister Clark's 'Busybody'?

Post by rosemeadow on 8th August 2009, 20:35

I haven't heard of this one before.

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Re: Alister Clark's 'Busybody'?

Post by Admin on 8th August 2009, 20:39

They think it is now extinct (no longer available or growing anywhere), but I am curious as to how or why a rose that was bred from two Teas would be classed as a Hybrid Tea??? Maybe it was at the time when Teas were going out of fashion and so to ride the Hybrid Tea wave it was classified as one of these instead???

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