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Just minis

Posted by danty z9CA (My Page) on
Sun, May 5, 13 at 2:36

Kathy asked me to post some more of my photos so are a handful:

Dr John Dickman -- now in its 2nd season and throwing out some deep lavender beauties:
 photo DrJohnDickman2.jpg

Demitasse -- a lesser known mini that J&P used to offer. Its like a miniature OGR and fragrant as well.
 photo Demitasse.jpg

Simon Robinson -- a single-petaled mini from England. Super healthy and cheerful little rose
 photo SimonRobinson.jpg

Hot Tamale -- shimmering in the strong Spring sun
 photo HotTamale.jpg

More to come,

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Just minis

That Tamale is, hot! hot! hot! Thanks for posting these beauties.

RE: Just minis

That first rose is amazing! The others are great, too, but Dr. John is my favorite!

RE: Just minis

I love Demitasse. What a great name.

RE: Just minis

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Mon, May 6, 13 at 20:22

You have a beautiful collection of minis, danty!

RE: Just minis

Hosenemesis: yes, Demitasse is a great name, isn't it?

Kathy: I almost tossed Dr. John last year, it was such a weak-stemmed thing.
But I held to Ralph Moore's adage that a rose has three years to develop: the first year it sleeps, the 2nd it creeps and the 3rd it leaps.
Now in its second year Dr. John is creeping.
Next year is gonna be something to look forward to.

Sharon: Thanks for the admiring words. We have traded messages on HMF. I still would like to trade cuttings with you this June. I will send you PM on HMF in June.


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