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Two yellow minis

Posted by danty z9CA (My Page) on
Sun, May 5, 13 at 2:53

Here are a couple of yellow minis that are looking pretty good right now:

Bee's Knees -- with just a hint of color in the petal edges
 photo BeesKnees.jpg

Yellow Jacket -- an older mini by Christianson and one of the deeper yellow minis I have found
 photo YellowJacket.jpg

This is a good rose season here in Southern California. Coming out of a fairly dry winter the roses are healthy, blooming freely and bountifully.

Danty


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RE: Two yellow minis

Love Bee's Knees, not only by bloom, but the name is so cute.


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RE: Two yellow minis

Glad you like BK, Inga.
I am propagating it this season to share.
So let me know if you are interested in one so I can save it for you.

Danty


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RE: Two yellow minis

Both are pretty! I have Bees Knees but it got fried by the 90 plus days. I really love yellows right now.


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Thank you for the kind offer, but my gardening days are long gone and I just enjoy driving around public and botanical gardens to enjoy all blooms.
I love to see all photos, make a slide show and then go and see them in"real life".

:>)


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RE: Two yellow minis

Inga -- well I'm glad you are enjoying the roses to the extent you are doing including participating here on the GW forums.

Kathy -- ditto for myself. Can't get enough yellows.
I am trialing several more yellow minis (in a range of tones and shades) and will post photos when available. If you are interested in one or more of them please let me know and I can propagate some for you.

Danty


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Mon, May 6, 13 at 20:21

Really bright and sunny looking roses!


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