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Roses "H"

Posted by the_dark_lady z7 Amelia VA (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 6, 13 at 14:32

OK, let's start with our H's. Keep them coming! :)

Hans Gonewein

Hansa

Happenstance

Harlow Carr

Heather Austin

Heaven on Earth

Heavenly Rosalind

Heritage

Hermitage

Hermosa

Hettie

Himmelsauge

Honore de Balzac

Humanity

Huntington Rose


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sun, Jan 6, 13 at 18:25

Lovely, Marina! I always love Hansa and Heritage too!

Heather Sproul
Heather Sproul

Home Run
Home Run

Hondo
Hondo

Honorine de Brabant
Honorine de Brabant

Hot Cocoa
Hot Cocoa

Hot Romance
Hot Romance


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Oooo, it's catchup time again. That Himmelsauge is another one of your eye poppers, Marina. It's name means heaven-something, doesn't it? It's certainly heavenly to look at. Love the bee taking off from Hermitage, and Humanity is a stunning red I've never seen before.
seil, the Heather Sproul photo is another frameworthy shot of an exquisite subject. Love Hot Cocoa, too.
Thanks, again for keeping our alphabet going and keeping us out of the winter doldrums. Diane


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Outstanding photos. Lovely blooms.


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Just a couple here.

Home Run -- short hedge along my property line, spaced about 2 ft apart.
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Happy Child (Austin)-- I adore this bloom, but the plant was a total wimp and slowly but surely regressed to nothing!
Happy Child 7-06

Just browsing back through the pics here--yes, Heather Sproul is another one of those nearly "perfect" roses/pics.

And I'm so glad to see the Huntington Rose (Austin)--I've been eyeing it for future possibilities but so had not seen a pic of it growing in an actual garden. Lovely!

Kate


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Mon, Jan 7, 13 at 22:12

Beautiful roses you guys!

Here are mine:

HOLLYWOOD STAR
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HOPIE GIRL
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HELLO DOLLY
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HONEY DIJON
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HARRY WHEATCROFT
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HOT ROMANCE
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HONDO
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Dolly looks a little pale?
I just love the Honey Dijon colour, so unusual.

Thanks every one for posting all this eye candy.


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Hollywood Star is a lovely colored and shaped rose. New one to me.

And I like Hopie girl--nice clear lemon yellow, full bloom.

Kate


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Another lovely photo of Harry Wheatcroft. Thank you Beth! I cannot wait until mine gets here.


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Oh, I'll just have to admire your "h's" everyone. My Henri Martin and Hippolyte haven't bloomed yet (this year maybe!) and Heritage is already above. Himmelsauge is so beautiful! It has the look I love. Thank you so much! Gean


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Great job everone, I hope to post mine later this year.
Thanks
jack


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Beth, your Honey Dijon is beautiful with that unique coloring. Would love to grow her. Hello Dolly looks just like her name, all froufrou and cute. Thanks for posting. Diane


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Thu, Jan 10, 13 at 19:38

Kate, Hollywood Star and Hopie Girl are both John Sheldon roses. Check out his intros, they're all lovely!


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  • Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
    Thu, Jan 10, 13 at 22:03

Happenstance, Hettie, Harry Wheatcroft....oh so pretty!

Tammy

Here's my "H" group :)

Hurdy Gurdy
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Huntington Rose
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Hot Cocoa
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Helen Naude
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Hansa
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Hula Hoop
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Honey Dijon
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Hey Good Lookin
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Henreich Wendland
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Hansa
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Hannah Gordon
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I can't keep up with the postings--but that's a good thing. Tammy, what a perfect photo of an exquisite rose Hannah Gordon is. I've never seen this rose. Love the cute Hula Hoop. Thanks for adding your photos to the group. Diane


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Tammy--nice collection of "H" roses.

Another Huntington Rose (Austin) pic--I'm falling hard for that rose and almost wish I'd ordered it for spring instead of Scepter'd Isle--though that is a beautiful Austin also.

I need more room--so I can order all those roses I can't possibly take care of since I'm already maxed out in terms of what I'm physically up to caring for. Sigh--life can be so difficult at times!

Kate


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Tammy, I love the cupped petals on Huntington Rose. So pretty!


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  • Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
    Fri, Jan 11, 13 at 22:56

Kate, I love The Huntington Rose's bloom form...but if its of any help, it definitely has the stereotypical Austin "Spider Canes"! I also have Scepter'd Isle, and it forms a nicer shaped bush ;)

Tammy


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The classic rose Heirloom is my single H rose. Diane

Heirloom

Heirloom 1


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Better late than never for this lovely lavender rose!

Kate


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Diane...I agree with Kate, a lovely lavender rose. I might have to try and find a place for Heirloom in my garden. I love the color and your photo is lovely. Thanks for posting....Lesley


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