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looking for blends

Posted by cherrykist Z-7 NC (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 3, 13 at 14:53

I love roses that are blended shades or have reverse colors, please enable me so I can start my wish list for next year..

Tammy O


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RE: looking for blends

Blends are my favorites! Here are several of my favorite Austin blends, followed by several HT blends---since I'm not sure which type of rose you prefer.

Lady of Shalott (Austin)--apricot/gold/hint of pink and yellow.
Lady of Shalott (Austin)--first bloom 5/12 photo shalottlady2.jpg

Molineux (Austin)--changes color a lot. Anywhere from golden yellow with apricot highlights in the center to a crème/yellow/almost peach center.
Molineux (Austin shrub) photo molineuxxcluster.jpg

Munstead Wood (Austin)--my newest love!


Well Being--golden yellow with reddish edges. Handsome blooms.
Well Being (shrub)--spring 12 photo wellbeing2-4-26-12.jpg


Love & Peace (HT)--might need some occasional assistance with a fungicide. Gorgeous blooms.

Love & Peace (Hybrid Tea) 2012 photo lovepeacebloom3-4-25-12.jpg

Gypsy Carnival (HT)--love those yellow reverses, but this one does have BS problems. Perhaps Ketchup n' Mustard (or is it Mustard n' Ketchup?) would work better--but I haven't grown it.
Gypsy Carnival (Hybrid Tea) 2012 photo gypsy7-4-25-12.jpg

Elle (HT)
Elle (Hybrid Tea) 2012 photo elle10apr2012.jpg



Hope that gives you some ideas.

Kate


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RE: looking for blends

Thanks Kate! Your roses are stunning. I love all types of roses with old garden style being a favorite. As long as it's healthy and beautiful I will start salivating... I have been eyeing Munstead Wood since it was introduced...Lady of Shallot is beautiful too

Tammy O


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RE: looking for blends

I can see why you love Munstead Wood! Wow!! That's a great picture!
Lovely pictures.
Carol


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