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First crosses for the season...

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First crosses for the season...

Post by Admin on 10th October 2010, 22:02

Not much is out here but I've managed to get my first crosses done. First was 'Lorraine Lee' x Rosa laevigata. The second was 'Scabrosa' x R. laevigata Smile Neither will probably work... but it would be excellent if they did... getting laevigata into a diploid line of hybrids would be excellent. Not much else is out here at the moment... bring on the hot weather!!!

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Re: First crosses for the season...

Post by Dave on 11th October 2010, 06:56

Good luck with R.laevigata Simon. Even the 1 or 2 of mine that have germinated died within 12 months - despite the best of care.

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Re: First crosses for the season...

Post by Admin on 11th October 2010, 07:56

Yeah... not expecting much... I haven't even been able to get 'Lorraine Lee' seeds to germinate yet...

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