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A rose-type Gardenia from the wild

Posted by snasxs 7-8 VA (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 26, 09 at 1:34

I just found this in China. The flower is large and of rose shape. The best value is that it retains the complete center which has the potential for more petals.


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RE: A rose-type Gardenia from the wild

Here is the same pic under discussion:
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RE: A rose-type Gardenia from the wild

  • Posted by jimshy z7 Brooklyn, NY (My Page) on
    Wed, Apr 29, 09 at 18:56

Very nice, especially in that pot! I wonder if the average gardener would notice the difference between this one and a semi-double gardenia, but it definitely has potential!

Jim


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RE: A rose-type Gardenia from the wild

Very nice. And this is a species from china? I've been playing with hybridizing cold hardy gardenia. All of my gardenias displayed some cold damage from the 0 F we had this winter, except for one Daisy x Mystery seedling of mine. One I ordered named 'Frost Proof' was completely defoliated (ha!).

I have hundreds of Daisy x Chuck Hayes & Chuck Hayes x Daisy seedlings coming up right now.

This year it's gonna be Chuck Hayes x Mystery.


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