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Please help ID 3 OGR

Posted by pecanmom66 8 (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 7, 07 at 17:24

I have 3 OGR that I took cuttings of last spring.

The photos of the dk pink/red ogr are the mother plant I took just yesterday (6 Feb. 2007). It had 3 bloosoms on it along with another bud. I couldn't believe it was blooming when we have been having 20's and 30's overnight for 2 weeks. The mother plant is 5 feet high and about 8 feet wide with delicate canes, even the older ones aren't real heavy.

The second set of photos of the light pink, I think are an alba??? Noisette??? I have no idea, they are from a rose that is over 100 years old. The mother plant grows about 5-6 feet tall and 5-6 feet wide. The older canes get large and rough while the young canes are red.

The third is white with a bit of green in the very center when fully open. The mother plant is about 6 feet tall and I don't know how wide because it suckers quite a bit. The older canes are not as rough as the pink.

Thank you for any help!!!


Here is a link that might be useful: Monique's photos

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RE: Please help ID 3 OGR

Sorry about that, I forgot to add:

The first 9 photos are of the pink, the next 8 are of the white and of course the last 8 are of the pink.

Thank you!!!!!!


RE: Please help ID 3 OGR

I have identified the red rose as Louis Philippe.

Still looking for names of the pink and the white.

Thank you for any help.


Here is a link that might be useful: Louis Phillipe on HMF

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