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Post by wphvet on 10th March 2010, 09:55

Re Noisettes,
Margaret i have just planted 2 duchesse d'auerstadt plants obtained from Ladybird roses as very young plants,they are taking off so will let you know what happens.I have some others which are all vigorous,the one that impresses me most so far is Reve d'or,it is already catching up to others planted 6 months earlier and is constantly producing large blooms.
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Post by Balinbear on 10th March 2010, 10:11

stephen

If I rmeber correctly the duchesse and MN are bothe sports of Rev d'or.

Our Rev d'ors are also fast growing. Ours bloom in flushes (as do out teas so it probably something to do with the weather up here) and get covered in flowers.

I have struck a couple of Rev d'ors and they are growing faster than the original budded ones that we have had for many years..
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Post by wphvet on 10th March 2010, 12:57

Gary,
My readings suggest Reve D'or was quite a parent and is still being used by Mr
Viraraghavan from India who crosses it with R.Gigantea.
Reve d'or sported Duchesse,parented William Allen Richardson,Pauls Scarlet climber,and Aglaia,an important ancestor of the Hybrid Musk group.
It is one rose that when I have the expertise and time I would be interested to breed from.
Stephen

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Post by Balinbear on 10th March 2010, 13:25

Yes it is a wonderful rose

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