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Post by Bemo on 2nd June 2010, 02:59

I changed the topic for my this year roses, because I'm not shure that they will become winter hard.
The first 'AD' Seedling opens it's bud. The inner petals are much more orange coloured that the outer ones let me expect:
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there is another one which is also very promising, seedling of 'rose de Resht' x 'Sympathy':
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few with unspectecular blooms like this ( 'Bonica' x 'Loredo'):
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and some others from the last year, going to flower the first time like this one ('Sympathy' x 'Loredo'):
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will keep you up to date ( if not becoming dormant again) Laughing

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Post by Admin on 2nd June 2010, 09:31

Very cool Bemo... 'Rose de Rescht' is a rose that fascinates me atm!

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Re: 'heather roses' 2010

Post by Bemo on 5th June 2010, 00:33

it was a short show and not what I had expected:

the next day it looked:
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and one day later it has finished:
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may be due to the strong scent love , it has only a short blooming period. The petal count was 12 but I'm sure, the next blooms will have more.

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Post by The Estate on 5th June 2010, 08:35

Your seedling are very very healthy cheers
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Re: 'heather roses' 2010

Post by Guest on 5th June 2010, 21:58

G'day Bernhard! Smile

The foliage on your 'Rose de Resht' x 'Sympathy' seedling is very nice! Thumbsup

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Post by Bemo on 5th June 2010, 23:04

Rose Petal wrote:Your seedling are very very healthy cheers
not all, only ~ 10% become acceptable, fewer good Crying or Very sad

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Damo wrote:G'day Bernhard! Smile

The foliage on your 'Rose de Resht' x 'Sympathy' seedling is very nice! Thumbsup

GDay Damo, fortunately, yes. There are another 2 seedlings of this batch, but looking different:

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hope they will flower this year bounce

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Post by Bemo on 18th June 2010, 02:32

a seedling from 2009 (be sure it's winter hard!) is blooming the first time. The plant is about 1.8 m high, will train it as climber:

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it is a grazy red love and it seems that Kordes (or the breeders before) have used Gallica Versicolor in breeding Question
the white spot at the center leaf is not a reflection by the sun. Will see if it is stable, a little bit more of white stripes would be gr8.

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Post by Admin on 18th June 2010, 17:16

I would recomment looking at some of the descendants of Mr Moore's 'Stars n Stripes' or 'Honorine de Brabant', Bemo, if you would like to introduce more stripping. There aren't many good striped climbers and this is a lovely rose with which to start. I used 'Papageno' and have quite a few very well striped seedlings as you might remember seeing earlier this year ( [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ). Not all striped roses pass on the stripes but you have far better chanes if it is descended from 'Stars n Stripes' (striped sports don't usually pass it on).


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Post by Bemo on 23rd June 2010, 03:06

Simon, thank you for the striped Tip, will keep it in mind Rolling Eyes

now the first seedling of 'Bonica' x 'Loredo' flowers. It is the nearly only one of the crosse (1/9) who seems to be healthy. All other are suffering more ore less from PM Crying or Very sad

the good message is, it is not difficult to select the right one....

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Post by Admin on 23rd June 2010, 08:09

Looks great Thumbsup Glad to see Flower Carpet Yellow can breed well Smile Looks a little like a camellia Smile

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Post by Bemo on 24th June 2010, 03:53

thank you,
here is another one , just from today:

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it's 'Sympathy' x 'Loredo'. One of the healthiest (so far), I ever had Very Happy

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Post by The Estate on 24th June 2010, 07:54

Sure does look nice and healthy cheers
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Post by Bemo on 26th June 2010, 03:37

now the first flower is complete open, the blooms are so weighty, I have to peg it...... Eye Popper

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 26th June 2010, 06:40

that is a stunner of a rose Bernhard, great looking foliage to go with it. how old is the bush if I may ask.
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Re: 'heather roses' 2010

Post by rosemeadow on 26th June 2010, 11:18

Yes, I love it too !!!

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Post by Bemo on 26th June 2010, 17:49

GDay and thank you for your comments.
David, this rose has germinated in the spring 2009.
I kept it, although it has not bloomed in the 1st year and I also found a place for it in the garden, although the place is limited.
So maybe the two things you need as beeder mostly are a good portion of luck and inspiration as well as 'a good eye'.
You can begin to select the rose seedling stll when they are very small. The good one are still eye catchers !
Simon did it from a pic:
Simon wrote:Hi Bemo, I like the look of the leaves on the tallish seedling in the lower left corner of the first image (right hand side of the 2nd image I think too). It's got lovely serrations.


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Post by Bemo on 9th July 2010, 22:29

another more detailed pic of the 'NDR1 Radio Niedersachsen ®' seedling. Blotches on the upper petals escaped.

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the mother plant has gotten its grazy name after a german radio station Crying or Very sad
'can top this and call the seedling 'Radio Ga Ga'

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Post by Admin on 9th July 2010, 23:07

How old is this one again Bernhard?

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Post by Bemo on 9th July 2010, 23:53

germinated in 2009 and flowering this year the 1st time.

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Post by Admin on 10th July 2010, 00:23

And this flower is it's first or second bloom? it has great saturation Thumbsup

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Post by Bemo on 10th July 2010, 01:49

that's a difficult question, because it is very hot this sommer and the rose seems to bloom continously. Assume that it is one of the last from the first flowering Stunned

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Post by Bemo on 10th July 2010, 21:25

another little lady from 'Bonica x Loredo' (2010):

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because of the current Sweating , I'm not sure if it is the real colour Dunno

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Post by Admin on 10th July 2010, 22:13

I wouldn't mind some of that heat now... it's cold and wet and windy here atm... Shivering

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Post by Dave on 15th July 2010, 19:09

Well done, Bemo. It looks stunning. Can you send more close up photos.
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Post by Bemo on 17th July 2010, 02:58

Dave wrote:Well done, Bemo. It looks stunning. Can you send more close up photos.
Dave

Of course. In the 'Field of dreams' you schould not miss a sexy lady . She just started to bloom.

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it's an open pollination of 'NDR1.....'

the next one could become a 'burner', it's the first flower of this 2010 bred OP of 'Bonica', enjoy the recently shot pic Eye Popper

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I've never expected a white rose from this plant, as all before showed pink tones.

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