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Post by Guest on 27th September 2010, 20:13

this is a tray of this years seedlings photographed in july



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Post by Admin on 27th September 2010, 20:37

These are showing lovely foliage colour Warren... how cold was it in Deniliquin in July?

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Post by Guest on 27th September 2010, 20:41

the temp got down to -1 c , they were all bought under cover at night , but taken out during the day regardless of temp

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Post by Admin on 27th September 2010, 20:44

You should be getting some flowers on these now. Anything interesting popping its head up yet?

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Post by Bemo on 28th September 2010, 02:44

Warren, that looks great, seems that you have to nurse a lot of seedlings Shocked . How may seeds did you handle?

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Post by Guest on 28th September 2010, 07:52

thanx bemo

close to 2000 seeds

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Post by Guest on 28th September 2010, 08:07

this is a sympathie X virgo , my palm is 4" across so it gives you an indication of size, bloom came off a seedling 7" high[img][/img]


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Post by Guest on 28th September 2010, 08:31

this is an other sympathie X virgo

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Post by Bemo on 29th September 2010, 02:11

nice baby, hope it will grow well. The motherplant is one of my favourite roses for breeding, got some good results with it.... and you don't have to stoop for the pollination process Smile

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Post by Guest on 29th September 2010, 06:23

bemo this rose does really well where i live as summers can get quite hot one year we had 45/48c for 2 weeks and it didnt phase it at all, as a motherplant its the best i have used for a while very fertile and seed germination is exceptional, did some research on 1st generation crosses and was quite happy and therefore used it, where in germany are you from, my grandmothers family came from brandenburg

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Post by Ozeboy on 29th September 2010, 07:33

Great work Warren, really like your seedling. You seem to have germination down to a fine art and seed galore.

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Post by Bemo on 30th September 2010, 00:55

warren millington wrote:bemo this rose does really well where i live as summers can get quite hot one year we had 45/48c for 2 weeks and it didnt phase it at all, as a motherplant its the best i have used for a while very fertile and seed germination is exceptional, did some research on 1st generation crosses and was quite happy and therefore used it, where in germany are you from, my grandmothers family came from brandenburg

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Warren, so we have both good experiences wtih this lady Very Happy
If you have blood from Brandenburg you could name one of your roses 'Potsdam' or so...... Currently I live in lower saxony in a small town 'Bad Fallingbostel' where the old heather poet 'Hermann Löns' is buried.

as we get dormant here soon, I'm tight what you and all others have bred last summer, will watch Spectator

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Post by Guest on 1st October 2010, 08:09

bemo

meine familie stammt aus brandenburg und schelsien wahrend der prussischen kaiserreich, segelten sei von hamburb im jahre1856, Ankunft in sud - australien, wonun die meisten der familie noch leben.

sympathie ist eine gute rose, sie solten sehen , was ich jetzt becommen, gute Rotweine mit samt schimmer, stieg seine wohl die fruchtbarsten Ich arbeitete mit haben

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Post by Guest on 1st October 2010, 09:40

bemo
this is a first flower for this sympathie X virgo seedling, cant wait untill a few months when it gets stronger in growth, i think it will develope into some thing real good, the old lady really has got it hey

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Post by Bemo on 2nd October 2010, 02:52

Warren, we have not only the Sympathy seedling in common but also the Silesian roots....I'm born there.
As I see, you are able to write something in German Thumbsup

The above seedlings looks like a perfect combination of the 'Sympathy' flower with the growing behavior of 'Virgo', it seems to have long peduncles.
I wouldn't be surprised if it smells..

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Post by Admin on 2nd October 2010, 14:11

I have sold one of my fishing reels (got tonnes of them and had exceeded my rose buying budget for the year Wink ), and bought a plant of 'Sympathie'... Looking forward to playing with 'Kordesii' blood. I think 'Don Juan' ('Sympathie's pollen parent), might be capable of similar excellent results mated with the right thing.

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Post by Guest on 2nd October 2010, 18:39

simon you will not be disappointed with its fertility and results,

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Post by Bemo on 2nd October 2010, 19:13

cheers the remaining fishing pole you can use as plant support Laughing

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Post by Guest on 2nd October 2010, 19:52

bemo roflmao you are not wrong there

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Post by Dave on 3rd October 2010, 07:26

Well done, Warren. Looks great. Watching with interest. Keep us posted.

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