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Thee's Blooms For 2009

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Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by Guest on 5th October 2009, 14:17

Harry Wheatcroft



Brass Band



Double Delight



Angle Face



Red Pierre



... and 2 unknowns Embarassed




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Re: Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by orchid40 on 5th October 2009, 15:25

Lovely photos Cheryl, especially Harry Wheatcroft. It's a shame his blooms are short lived isn't it?
Is the pink one a DA? Mary Rose?

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Re: Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by Abbi on 5th October 2009, 15:44

Nice pics, Cheryl.

My angel face has a bud, as does gold bunny, leonardo d.v. and the mayflower. my friesia has a bud with that reddish edge to it that looks very like the one in your pic. Could the un named yellow one be friesia?

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Re: Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by Guest on 5th October 2009, 19:33

I have Freesia as a standard near me golden showers and yummy smells I dont recall this one every giving me such a reward Evil or Very Mad but thanks abbi, will take more pics as it opens up Shocked , thanks Val dont think Mary as I have her in anothers spots but might have to try and bend over and do the sniff tests, this one has just come good since the demise of the dreaded Lippy Pilly tree Rant

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Re: Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by Bemo on 6th October 2009, 03:41

my favourite one is 'red pierre' love , would find a place for it, but it is said, that this rose often fails to open their buds (in our climate) and is not very winter hardy. Too bad Cursing

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Re: Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by Barbara B on 6th October 2009, 07:55

Hi,
the pink unknown looks like Mary Rose and the yellow one looks like Victoria Gold.
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Re: Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by Guest on 6th October 2009, 08:14

thanks everyone, I will tkle a pic of the yellow one when she is fully open Smile

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Re: Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by orchid40 on 6th October 2009, 10:13

The yellow one could also be Gold Medal. It has red tinges on the buds too.

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Re: Thee's Blooms For 2009

Post by Guest on 6th October 2009, 14:34

That sounds familiar Idea

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