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"R" roses

Posted by dublinbay z6 KS (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 1, 13 at 7:35

I'll try starting a new thread again--the "R" roses. Hope I'm not duplicating anyone here.

I only have one contribution, but it is one of my favorite new roses.

Red Intuition (HT)--my new plant last summer.
Red Intuition, Hybrid Tea, 2012 photo redintuition6-12.jpg

Here's a close-up: Red Intuition
Red Intuition (HT)--first bloom 5/12 photo intuition2.jpg

Waiting for your "r" roses. I know they will be lovely.

Kate


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Kate, your Red Intuition is stunning! Looking really good for a first year plant!
Marina


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A friend of mine has that rose, Kate, and I agree, it is beautiful. Nice pictures.

Here's my only contribution, Rosa Mundi, the gallica, although you already saw it in the L's with Lynnie!

Rosa Mundi


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And here are my R's:

Radiance Pink

Radio Times

Rebecca. The reddest Clematis I grow

Rebekah

Red Coat

Red Leonardo da Vinci

Reine des Violettes

Renae

Rhapsody in Blue

Rhode Island Red

Ritausma (aka Polareis). Love, love, love it!

Robbie Burns

Robert Leopold

Robin Hood

Rokoko

Rooguchi, another favorite Clematis

Rosa Mundi

Rosalinde

Rosanna

Rosarium Uetersen (aka Seminole Wind)

Rose de Rescht

Rose Delacroix

Rose des 4 Vents

Rose du Roi

Rose of Pickardy

Roseraie du Chatelet

Rosomane Janon

Rotkappchen (aka Red Riding Hood)

Rugelda

Rush

Rushing Stream

Raubritter

This post was edited by the_dark_lady on Fri, Feb 1, 13 at 18:32


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Oh, harborrose--Rosa Mundi and Lynnie--I get it. But I thought it would be rather cool if both types appeared on one bush!

As usual, Marina, I hardly no where to start with the wealth of beauty you always post. So I'll begin with the clematis--I wondered how red Rebecca would get. Glad to see your picture. And I like Rooguchi--I have one too.

Somewhat at random (cuz I like them all), I'm really taken with your two photos of Rosanna, and Rosalinde right before that is lovely also. Then for a change of pace, Rose of Pickardy is wonderful! But so is Rosomane Janon --I'm particularly fond of those yellow/gold/apricot combinations, and that one has a dash of orange-red in there too--dramatic!

Kate


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By the way, Harborrose, I like all the blues with your Rosa Mundi--my favorite combination.

Kate


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Thank you, Kate!

Marina, lovely roses all. I have a very young Polareis or Ritausma and I love love love that bloom also. Wonderful to see an entire bush shot of that rose.

Thanks for posting them!


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  • Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
    Fri, Feb 1, 13 at 21:14

Marina, I love love love Radio Times and Rose of Pickary! I've looked at both of these Austin's numorous times and really never gave them much thought, but in your pictures, I really like them! I have Robbie Burns coming this spring from Hortico...and I'm excited about that now :) However, after seeing your picture of Polar Ice, I realize mine is planted in a completely inappropriate location! I didn't leave it close ot enough room!

Kate, I have Red Intuition on order for Palatine...and I can't wait! You'll have to let me know how it overwinters for you. I was a little hesitant to order it because of its hardiness.

HarborRose...don't you just love Rosa Mundi? It and Tuscany Superb were the first two OGRs I ever purchased!

Tammy

Red Headed Stranger
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Rose de Rescht
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Route 66
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Rose du Roi a Fleurs Pourpres
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Rosanna
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Rosa Mundi
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Robert le Diable
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Rhapsody in Blue
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Red Ridinghood
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Rayon Butterflies
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Ramblin Red
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Rainbow Sorbet
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Rainbow
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R Rugosa Alba
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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Fri, Feb 1, 13 at 22:07

Beautiful roses everyone! I love that ROSANNA! Wow! And the RED RIDING HOODs!

I have tons of R roses. Most of these pics were still in my Picturetrail album, but a few I just finished re-tweaking. I don't think I'll get done with this before I have to start tweaking this yr's photos! Yikes...

Here are a smattering of mine.... LOL

RENAISSANCE
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RK WITHERSPOON
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REUNION
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ROYAL AMETHYST
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RAINFOREST
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REBECCA SUSAN
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ROEDEAN
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RED INTUITION
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ROSE GAUJARD
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RHAPSODY IN BLUE
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REVELRY
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REMEMBER ME in pale mode
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RAINBOW NIAGARA (aka MARVELLE, TROPICAL SUNSET)
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RUSTY
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RUBENS
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ROSETTE DELIZY
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  • Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
    Fri, Feb 1, 13 at 23:59

My favs are Rusty and Revelry, Beth. On the roses forum I was just asking about good russet colored roses, but nobody mentioned Rusty. I'm glad you posted it :)

Tammy


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Thanks for that photo of Royal Amethyst, Beth. It was one of my favorites but didn't like zone 4. I tried growing it potted as well, but it didn't like that either. I sure miss it.
Well, here are some of my R's to add to the show:

Rainbow Knockout (not keeping this rose - it washes out to blah in the summer sun.)
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Ramblin' Red (not quite a climber for me in zone4)
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Red Masterpiece (looking way too orange in the intense sun of this photo, but it is a true velvety red)
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One of my must have roses, Rosa Glauca
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The old Kordes climber Rosanna from 1982:
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Rosette Delizzy, which I played around with growing in a pot for a few years - until I got tired of the in and out spring dance!
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Royal Edward
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Reine Victoria
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Rose de Rescht
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R. cinnomomea plena, found growing at an old homestead site near my home
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R. canina - from rootstock
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R. Magnifica, one of my fav rugosas
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Beth --my favorites are Rhapsody in Blue and Royal Amethyst -- two lovely purples!

The Red Intuition, of course!

Anne-- and Magnifica Rugosa is--in a word--magnificant! And Royal Edward is statuesque and beautiful!

Kate


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They are all so lovely, I can't pick a fave.
It's so interesting to see, how different they grow in different climates

BTW.
Ritausma (aka Polareis) means Dawn in Latvian.


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Tammy, I was just browsing again and was reminded that I meant to tell you that Red-headed Stranger is a stunner--I'd say a "knock out," but that name seems to have other connotations these days. LOL

Love those golden stamens in it also.

Kate


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I MUST get Red Intuition. The two sets of photos here are so stunning. Thanks all for posting these, such eye candy.


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sun, Feb 3, 13 at 12:00

R seems to have brought out another host of beauties!!!

Marine, I really like you moss, Robert Leopold. I've been thinking about adding a moss to my collection.

Here is my list of R's.

Rainbows End
Rainbows End

Red Intuition
Red Intuition

Reine des Violets
Reine des Violettes

Rise n Shine
Rise n Shine

Robin Alonso
Robin Alonso

Rose de Rescht
Rose de Rescht

Ruffled Cloud
Ruffled Cloud

Rural Rhythm
Rural Rhythm


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  • Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
    Sun, Feb 3, 13 at 22:31

Seil, Ruffled Cloud is just adorable! I also really like your Rainbows End. I had mine potted for three years and it did terrible. This past fall I transplanted it into the ground to see if it would do any better...its do or die time! lol

Tammy


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