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Photo of 'Morden Sunrise' rose

Posted by amble Alberta, Canada (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 21, 10 at 21:25

Here is a photo, taken 2 days ago, of one of my beautiful "Morden Sunrise" roses. It was a hard winter on perennials here in Northern Alberta, but my "Sunrise" came through it just fine.

Image link: Photo of 'Morden Sunrise' rose (32 k)


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RE: Photo of 'Morden Sunrise' rose

Hey - I'm from Alberta too!!!

Your picture is quite lovely with the white background - very minimalist so it shows off the beauty of the bloom. :)

I'll never be without Morden Blush. Do you have any others in the Morden series?

Carol


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RE: Photo of 'Morden Sunrise' rose

Dear Carol (fellow Albertan): Great to hear from you! I also have a Morden Fireglow and love its bright orangey-red colour. I have had a Morden Blush for the last few years, but it died over this last winter. I think it was some early cold days in October before it was hardened off, that did it in. The delicate pink of the "Blush" is beautiful! My plans are for acquiring more Mordens in the future for a new rose bed that I have already prepared but have left fallow till next spring. All the best....


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RE: Photo of 'Morden Sunrise' rose

Interesting photo of a beautiful bloom.


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RE: Photo of 'Morden Sunrise' rose

Have you ever tried Morden Centennial - I had it at my old place, and I tell you - tons of bright pink blooms. It looked spectacular!!!! You should try it!!

It's hard to believe that Morden Blush died. That's a tough rose. That's too bad.

What do you think of Morden Fireglow?

Carol


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