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Post by Bemo on 19th March 2010, 04:31

the selection process of the 2008 and 2009 seedlings is now finished:

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Cursing Cursing Cursing

but now there is more place for new ones Laughing

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Re: breeding for winter hardiness

Post by Guest on 19th March 2010, 15:17

OMG Bemo! Shocked

I just don't know how you all do it? I will NEVER complain about my climate again!!! LOL

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Re: breeding for winter hardiness

Post by Bemo on 20th March 2010, 03:36

dont worry, I ordered a 'Tuscany Superb' and 'Laguna' as small loss compensation.
I feel better now Very Happy

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 20th March 2010, 07:29

Bernhard as usual your pictures are great. The other comment is I do not think I have seen "rosewood" like this before, is it a new breed. roflmao Wave Clap
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Re: breeding for winter hardiness

Post by Admin on 20th March 2010, 13:02

This one doesn't get much black spot though Wink

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Post by Bemo on 20th March 2010, 20:37

Simon wrote:This one doesn't get much black spot though Wink

and it's also total free of mildew roflmao

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Re: breeding for winter hardiness

Post by Bemo on 26th May 2010, 23:22

the compensation for the losses I had, during the hard and long winter, is ongoing.

This little seedling is grown from an open pollinated AD Hip Very Happy :

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keep on breeding
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Re: breeding for winter hardiness

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 27th May 2010, 06:26

Nice looking seedling Bernhard, hope this one survives to the point of flowering. You would be just starting your spring now, so no more losses I hope.
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Re: breeding for winter hardiness

Post by Dave on 27th May 2010, 06:46

Please send us a photo in flower! Looking very promising Bernhard. Well done!

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Re: breeding for winter hardiness

Post by Alee on 27th May 2010, 13:35

Bemo, where have you been all this time? Hibernating?

Looking forward for the bloom to open.

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