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Some Pics From Today and my Black Box

Posted by ron_and_susan z8 GA (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 17, 11 at 21:37

This first pic of four roses are 2 Bride's Dream, Crystalline(The white in back) and A new one for us this year Randy Scott(White one in Middle).
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This second pic is a fully open shot of DENALI.
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This last shot is of my black box that I made about 10 years ago to take my roses pics.--Ron
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RE: Some Pics From Today and my Black Box

  • Posted by seil z6 MI (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 18, 11 at 16:53

They're beautiful, Ron! I tried using a black back drop for photos but wasn't happy with the results. And it was a pain to tote around the garden and set up too.


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RE: Some Pics From Today and my Black Box

Very nice. Do you know if anyone has Randy Scott as an own root or multiflora or Dr. Huey graft? All I have seen is it on fortuniana which won't survive here. I saw it on the court at the Pacific Northwest District show in Tacoma this past summer. It was up with Neptune, the queen of show, and Lady Mitchell. Thanks for the look.


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RE: Some Pics From Today and my Black Box

The Bustopher--As far as I know and according to Combined Rose List the only nursery carrying it is K & M in Miss. and they only do Fortuniana. (E-Mail me in the spring and I will send you some cuttings so you may try it own root.)--Ron


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RE: Some Pics From Today and my Black Box

Beautiful portraits of some lovely roses, thanks for sharing.


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