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Tineke

Posted by kentucky_rose Z6 KY (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 12, 14 at 20:33

This is Tineke's 3rd season. Even with the polar vortex, it came back even better. A beautiful ruffly big bloom, but no fragrance. It reminds me of a carnation.


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  • Posted by jim1961 6a Central Pa. (My Page) on
    Sat, Jul 12, 14 at 21:51

Tineke looks like a winner kentucky_rose!


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Beautiful bloom!!


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Beautiful!


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Kentucky_rose - Tineke is one I've considered, it's beautiful, looks like a good white rose.


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I got this one from Palatine Roses. After 3 attempts over several years with Dr. Huey, the multiflora rootstock from Palatine Roses was the difference in my success with Tineke.


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Looks like a fabulous white. Love the stuffed look.
Carol :)


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I've had mine for 5 yrs now. Really a great white rose in my garden. I grew the bush for the first two years, then concentrated on the blooms since. I have found that after my first feeding in the spring, I use nothing but fish emulsion on it every three weeks after and most of the blooms have great centers and the foliage darkens up beautifully. June, July, August I use 10-10-10 then back to fish September and October. Once the bush is established it really likes the fish feeding.


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Ken,
Thanks for the feeding info. How much fish emulsion do you give the bush per feeding? I have Neptune Harvest seaweed/fish and use it in an hand held dial sprayer.


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Kentucky---I do it the old fashion way. I have several 2 gal. watering cans. I put 2 tbs per can every two weeks. One can on each of my 2 bush's. They get nothing else when I'm using fish. Try it this fall and see how it likes it.


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Ken,
Thanks!


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 18, 14 at 19:18

What a gorgeous bloom!


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