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Just Some Late Blooms...

Posted by TNY78 6b-E TN (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 27, 11 at 19:09

Here are some of my roses that are blooming. There's not as many as there was a month ago, but these are still producing...
Enjoy!
~Tammy

Allux Symphony
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My baby Champney's Pink Cluster...hopefully will survive the winter
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One of my favs: Glamis Castle
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My floribunda, Hey Good Lookin' that apparently has decided it wants to be a climber! lol
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My Kordes rugosa, Rosalina. I was hoping it would be healthier & more vigorous than it is. My fiance has almost mowed over it more than once because he didn't see it! :(
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Rose du Roi � Fleurs Pourpres...love the bloom, but its a little stalky
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Stanwell Perpetual...doing so much better since being relocated!
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Last, but not least: Blumenschmidt with its pretty green eye :) I know that a vegetative center isn't usually desirable, but I actually really like it...what can I say, I like oddities!
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RE: Just Some Late Blooms...

I must agree, that green centre is rather interesting.
Loved all your blooms.


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RE: Just Some Late Blooms...

I love the fragrance of Champney's. Great pics of some lovely roses.


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RE: Just Some Late Blooms...

  • Posted by TNY78 6b-E TN (My Page) on
    Fri, Oct 28, 11 at 23:51

My Franziska Kruger produces green eyes regularly too...but if I remember correctlty, one is the sport of the other...I just can't think off the top of my head which the parent is. I ordered David Austin's Country Living for the spring, and I believe that one has a tendency to do it as well. Here's a pic of a red unknown rose which I have that also has regular vegatative centers...
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RE: Just Some Late Blooms...

  • Posted by seil z6 MI (My Page) on
    Sat, Oct 29, 11 at 11:04

Lovely bunch of late bloomers, Tammy!


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RE: Just Some Late Blooms...

The colors of your roses are incredible in cold weather. That's one thing about roses that I like: they glow in cold weather. Thanks for great pics. I love your Symphony, Rose du Roi, and the red color of your unknown rose.


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