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Roses "C"

Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 6, 14 at 23:57

Are you guys ready for the C's?

Here we go...

CABANA
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COLOGNE
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CRIMSON GLORY
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CRISTIN CIRA
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CLOUDS OF GLORY
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CHOCOLATE SUNDAE CL
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CINNAMON DOLCE
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CLASSIC TOUCH
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CREME CARAMEL
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CHARLES DE GAULLE
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CHARTER 700
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CHARTREUSE DE PARME
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CHIEF SEATTLE
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CHIPPENDALE
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CAJUN SPICE
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CARAMEL ANTIKE
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CATALONIA
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CHANDOS BEAUTY
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CHRIS EVERT
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CARAMELLA FAIRYTALE
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CAMILLE PISSARRO
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CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
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CLAUDE MONET
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CARY GRANT
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CABARET
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CHIVALRY
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CHANGE OF HEART
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CRANFORD
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CHANTILLY LACE
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There are more, but figured this was plenty!! LOL


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Beth - Wow, you have some outstanding C roses. The three that really WOWED me are Caramel Antike, Chippendale and Chartreuse De Parme. They are all just wonderful!


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CHRYSLER IMPERIAL


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CH-CHING - Carol, I know you really like this rose and by the end of the season I was loving it!


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Crepuscule!


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Haven't got much to show under the "C" category, and you've already seen this one---but since it is all I've got . . .

Chrysler Imperial
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Sara-- Ch-ching is darling!

Beth--nice dark red on Crimson Glory! Also like Chippendale and Chandos Beauty--I'm digging roses fully packed with petals this morning : )

Kate


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So many new to me, so many lovely blooms. Thanks for sharing.


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Beth - Thank you so much for showing us all your beautiful roses! It is so nice to see these pictures in winter ( it's a whole -8 degrees here this morning), just frozen tundra & ice everywhere! Hope your weather is better there! Lori


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Beautiful "C's" everyone!!! Beth, You always have so many pretty ones that are new to me...lots of looking up to do :) Here are my C's:

Coretta Scott King

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Centennial Star

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Cherry Parfait

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Colorific

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Clotilde Soupert

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Chihuly

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Coral Drift

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Chris Evert

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Cinco De Mayo

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Cream Abundance


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Cherry Parfait


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Charles Rennie McIntosh.

This post was edited by DrPekeMom on Tue, Jan 7, 14 at 20:07


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Some more lovely roses. Kate - Your CI bush is pretty. Pat, as usual you have some beauties. Your Chris Everet is gorgeous and I love your Cinco De Mayo and Cherry Parfait and Coretta Scott King is so beautiful. DrPekeMom, love your Cherry Parfait. Really nice roses from everyone.


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Tue, Jan 7, 14 at 18:35

I love doing this! All the roses are so gorgeous and you see some you'll never see anywhere else...and I want them all, lol!

Caliente
Caliente photo cal2013_08160031_zps38ec66ac.jpg

Candy Land
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Chelsea Brittlyn
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Cherish
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Cinderella
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Constellation
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Country Music
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Crimson Bouquet
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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Tue, Jan 7, 14 at 22:36

OMG you guys!! What beauties! Pat I just ordered CORETTA SCOTT KING, and OMG! I'm glad I did. Wow! is she a beauty!!

Sara-Ann love that CHRYSLER iMPERIAL!

DrPekeMom I love your CHERRY PARFAIT and CHARLES RENNIE MAC!

And Seil, as always you have some beautiful photos. That CHERISH is really gorgeous!


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The C's have been active since I was away, and now I have more beauties to add to the ever growing want list.
Beth, I love the delightful colors of Cabana. It's just so cheerful. Then there is Chocolate Sundae, with its rich and subtle coloring--very sophisticated. Being a Tantau admirer, my way, way favorite is Chippendale, which I've wanted for quite a while now--if Tantau would just get its act together in the US. I love Chips extravagant color and all those petals.
Sara-Ann, Ch-Ching has such a lovely tender yellow. I can see why you are liking it.
Pat, Colorific is so like a watercolor painting with its blended tints. And your Cinco de Mayo show of buds and blooms is pretty impressive.
DrPekeMom, Cream Abundance is just like its name--yummy. I love that cup shape and mauve color of Charles Rennie McIntosh.
Seil, Candyland has the cutest center swirl with that sweet color combination.
Thanks for posting so many lovely C's. Diane


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It's getting very late, so I'd better my two lone C's posted. My first is Caramel Antike. Diane


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And my second C is the climber, Colette. Diane


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Seil - All lovely roses. Caliente is such a pretty color. I always enjoy all your lovely roses so much. Diane - Your Cl. Colette is gorgeous.


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Oh my! What a wealth of beautiful roses!!!
Beth, you have a wonderful collection of most unusual roses. My favorites of this group are
Cologne
Chocolate Sundae
Creme Caramel
Charles de Gaulle
Charteuse de Parme
Chief Seattle
Chippendale
Caramel Antike
Catalonia
Chandos Beauty
Chantilly Lace
You said you have more, please do post the rest of your C's:)

Kate, love you Chrysler Imperial and it's surroundings.

Pat_Bama, your Centennial Stand and Clotilde Soupert are beautiful.

I don't have many photos of my "C" roses taken in 2013. Please take a look:

Cameo Perfume
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Chapeau de Napoleon
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Chippendale
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Cinderella
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Cl. Baby Romantica
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Cl. Gruss an Aachen
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Clarence House
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Comte de Champagne
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Comtesse de Lacepede
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Crested Sweetheart
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Crocus Rose
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Crown Princess Margareta
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Thank you,
Marina


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OMG! I am humbled by the sheer beauty of everyone's roses. This is great when it's a few degrees outside right now. Makes me long for summer. Thanks for the show.


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Wow, the C roses are really stunning! Coretta Scott King is one that I want, and Cinderella is ADORABLE! I love mini roses.

I only have one again, Camelot.


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This is an alphabetized shopping list, right? :)

Just beautiful! These posts are causing me to look twice at types I'd never before felt drawn to - like striped roses.

Fantastic pic of Cinco de Mayo - I've got one coming in spring and can't wait!

Beth, that picture of Chocolate Sundae makes me wish I lived three zones warmer! I wonder if DH would consider roses a valid reason to move...


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Oh my!!!! So many, many lovely roses!!
My favorites so far are:

- Crimson Glory - so velvety (Beth)
- Chartreuse de Parme (Beth) love the way the petals fold plus the color is perfect.
- Chippendale - (Beth) ditto above
- Cabaret - (Beth)
- Ch-Ching (Sara Ann) hey, does your Ch-ching have fragrance - so far mine doesn't
- Coretta Scott King (Pat)
- Centennial Star (Pat)
- Coltilde Soupert (Pat) - wow!!
- Charles Rennie M ( Dr.Pekemom)
- Caramel Antike (nanadoll)
- Colette ( Nanadoll)
- Clarence (The Dark Lady)
- Comtesse de Lacepede (TDL)
- Crown Princess Margaret (TDL)

Wow everyone!!!!
Here is Charles Austin

Carol


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Here is Ch-Ching
Carol


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Marina - You have so many lovely roses. Brittie - Your Camelot is really pretty. Carol - I really like your picture of Ch-Ching, I haven't detected much fragrance yet. Love your Charles Austin too.


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Colette first blms vy apricot! I was devastated.
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Colette bush (Cl. that is kept pruned under 5 ft.)
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Colette - now this is more like it!
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Compassion Cl.- 'happy feeling' rose but hasn't captured me .... well, thorns have.
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Cherish - never could capture the correct shade of coralish pink but isn't her form pretty ....
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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Wed, Jan 8, 14 at 22:14

Marina, can't help but notice the enormous difference in our Cinderellas! Mine the tiny micro-mini and yours the glorious spreading noisette, right?


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Here is Chicago Peace, of course!
In bud form:
Carol


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Candy land

Caribia


Charizma


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Marhel, nice stripes!

Which clematis is that with Candy Land?
Nice combo. TIA


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Marhel, love your Caribia and Charizma!

Seil, my Cinderella is a shrub/climber by Kordes from Fairy Tale series. Mine grows more like a large shrub.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kordes Cinderella on HMF


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iris_gal This clematis blue Fantan.Very strong plant


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Thanks Marhel. I love it! And the combo. Never would have thought it up.

Doing the new rear fence and reluctantly decided against 'Candy Land'. Want to change my mind now. But I think climbing 'Angel Face' will work best with existing stuff. Hmmm, need to find a place for 'Fantan'.


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It looks like more beautiful C's have arrived.
Marina, Cameo Perfume, a new rose to me, is very appealing with its ruffly petals and so subtle coloring.
Brittie, what a big, lush beauty is Camelot.
Carol, that's one extravagant bloom of Charles Austin. I love all those apricot petals.
Iris, I love the color of your Colette blooms, and what an impressive display of them, too. My Colette has lots of Apricot in its coloring; were you expecting a different color?
Marhel, Candyland is so cute with the striking look of the clematis--very eyecatching.
Thanks, everyone, for all these lovely photos to look at on a cold night. Diane


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That Caribia is an attention-getter. HT or mini?

Kate


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This,HT on the tree. I love it,


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Cordes Prefecta

Cheilas Parfum


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Thanks Beth, for initiating the winter rose alphabet! It is so nice to see you and everyone else posting their lovely roses! I am really happy you published a photo of 'Chandos Beauty'. I got this rose as a band from Vintage Gardens and planted it into the ground only recently. It has already set a bud and I can't wait for this beautiful rose to bloom in my own garden!
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I have a question on Chandos Beauty as well. Is this fine to grow own root? Heirloom is going to offer it and I want to be sure it can grow well on it's own from a band. I don't know why I've waited this long actually because every time I see a picture, I want one immediately.


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Wed, Jan 15, 14 at 22:13

I'm not sure how CHANDOS BEAUTY would do own-root. I got mine as a grafted rose from Hortico, so I assume it's on Multiflora. Mine's been in a big pot for several yrs and does pretty well, so far.


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  • Posted by curdle 9b, Australia (My Page) on
    Thu, Jan 16, 14 at 11:29

So many lovely pics ! I like seeing the minis, as they dont tend to sell many over here at the nurseries..
Anyways, I have a couple here

Cymbeline

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Charles Rennie Mckintosh

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  • Posted by curdle 9b, Australia (My Page) on
    Thu, Jan 16, 14 at 12:30

But wait, theres more... Pics from the state Rose Garden

China Sunrise- Australian rose

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Charles Darwin - big fluffy fat pillows..

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Cherub - this is just a section of the most awesome looking weeping tree rose

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Colorama

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Charlotte

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Oh my goodness - that weeping tree!!!! Soooo beautiful - it has such an extravagant showing that I doubt it's repeat blooming????

I've always wanted to have Charles Rennie Mckintosh. Is it a great rose?

Your Cymbeline is soooo soft and lovely. I just love the stuffed look.
So pretty!!
Carol


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More exquisite roses from Curdle! Cymbeline is about the most refined beauty I've seen in a rose--so lovely. And Charles McK is pretty gorgeous himself. The pics from the Vic State Garden are to die for, but Cherub is really beyond describing. I'll just have to come see it for myself. Diane


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  • Posted by curdle 9b, Australia (My Page) on
    Sat, Jan 18, 14 at 11:18

Hi Carol- both Cymbeline and Charles Rennie are new this year, so I cant really say that much about them...except that the flowers on both are gorgeous, and they both smell rather nice. ( was surprised about CR, because a few things I had read implied it didn't have much of a fragrance - may not be wafty, but definately there).

ha! just looked up Cherub on HMF, and according to the comments it looks like Cherub may not be Cherub after all..oh well..its still lovely looking. They have heaps of tree roses at the State Gardens and I fell in love with all of them that visit.


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  • Posted by curdle 9b, Australia (My Page) on
    Tue, Jan 21, 14 at 6:01

Oops..I found more C's...

Comtesse du Cayla

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Cramoisi Superior- Lady Brisbane

Catherine Mermet

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these are from Rushton Garden


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Tue, Jan 21, 14 at 15:15

Yummy ones, Curdle!


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Crocus Rose today (January 25th 2014)
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Oh my goodness!!! that Crocus Rose is INCREDIBLE!!! How gorgeous!!!

Curdle - the Catherine Memet rose is really nice!!
Carol


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Conundrum
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Caramel Fairy Tale (Caramella)
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I have quite a few "C" roses. Here are some pictures of some of them. A few are of plants that I no longer have for one reason or another, but you can see what they looked like. The first is the HT California Dreamin'.

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Next is the Portland rose Comte de Chambord.

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This is a trio of blooms on the HT Chantilly Lace.

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Next are some flowers on the rarely blooming Austin, Claire Rose.

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The next one is the HT Chandos Beauty. This one perished as a result of a freeze and snowstorm last May. It just never recovered. It was too bad because it was pretty.

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My rose garden would not be quite the same without a couple of these excellent Austins, Carding Mill.

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Another of my spring late free victims, sadly, the gallica Cardinal de Richelieu.

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The next one I would call a "very" rose as in very pretty, very fragrant, and very slow to repeat. It is the HT Charles de Gaulle.

Charles de Gaulle-3 photo CharlesdeGaulle-3-1.jpg


The last one for this batch is the grandiflora Cherry Vanilla. A lot of people gave up on it shortly after it was introduced, but it has had some nice flowers for me. Perhaps it is very microclimate specific.


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I hope you all like some of these.


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The_bustopher - You have some beautiful C roses. I like them all. California Dreamin', Chantilly Lace, Charles DeGaulle and all the Austins are lovely.


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Sat, Feb 1, 14 at 23:01

Oh Bustopher! Those are some beeyootiful roses! I love CHERRY VANILLA. I actually have it, but it's not a great bloomer. I need to mulch it and feed it better. Thanks for showing yours!


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I'm glad some of you have the patience to grow some "slow-bloomers"--or us impatient types would never get to see such beautiful roses as Charles DeGaulle or Claire Austin.

Kate


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Cécile Brünner, Cl. Pretty pics, everyone!

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Charles Darwin from the Huntington Rose Garden


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Century Two from the Huntington


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Colette from the Huntington


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Cotillion from the Huntington


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Crocus Rose from the Huntington


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Chicago Peace


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Cariba

Chandos Beauty

Claude Monet

Cherry Parfait


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Tue, Mar 4, 14 at 16:48

Cariba is drop dead gorgeous!


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Crown princess Margarete is my fave! Luscious


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So many beauties that I don't know where to begin! But bustopher, your Charles de Gaulle is amazingly gorgeous!

And Kitty, Crocus Rose and Chicago Peace--two such different roses--and both supremely beautiful!

And Neptune, Cariba is knock down gorgeous--Wow!

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My other favorite is Coreta Scott king, beautiful! I may end up with one soon. I also love the cinco de mayo. Does it bloom all summer and how big does it get? I am so glad to be able to see everyone's beautiful roses. Thanks for sharing.


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