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'Baby Rambler' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 96-615
most recent 29 DEC HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 29 DEC by CybeRose
Journal des Roses p. 88 (1902/06/01)
Pierre Cochet
Un groupe d'une variété inédite, était présenté par MM. Levavasseur et fils, pépiniéristes à Orléans, c'est le produit du croisement de Turner's Crimson Rambler par le *Polyantha Grandiflora*, de Bernaix. Cette coquette nouveauté appelée Rosa Polyantha coccinea purpurea, mais qui sera mieux connu sous le nom de Madame Norbert Levavasseur, forme un arbuste tenant le milieu entre les Polyantha nains, comme Mignonnette, Blanche Rebatel, etc., et le Turners Crimson Rambler, qui est sarmenteux. Elle forme une plante compacte donnant une profusion de gentilles fleurs moyennes, rouge pourpre et pendant toute la saison, c'est-à-dire qu'elle fleurit jusqu'aux gelées

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A group of an unpublished variety was presented by Messrs. Levavasseur et fils, nurserymen in Orléans, is the product of the crossing of Turners Crimson Rambler by the Polyantha Grandiflora of Bernaix. This novelty called Rosa Polyantha coccinea purpurea, but better known as Mrs. Norbert Levavasseur, forms a shrub between the dwarf Polyantha, such as Mignonnette, Blanche Rebatel, etc., and the Turners Crimson Rambler, which is sarmentous. It forms a compact plant giving a profusion of nice medium flowers, purple red and throughout the season, that is to say it flowers to the frosts
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Discussion id : 60-136
most recent 20 DEC 11 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 20 DEC 11 by CybeRose
Journal of Horticulture and Home Farmer (May 23, 1907)
Breeding from the Baby Rambler Rose.
A number of cross-bred seedlings, grown from Baby Rambler, are disappointing in that none turns out to be constant-blooming, though largely pollenised with ever-blooming kinds, says Dr. Van Fleet in "Rural New Yorker." All came near to the Crimson Rambler type, regardless of the habit of the pollen parent, and will probably develop into tall-climbing annual bloomers. When pollen of Baby Rambler, which has the continuous flowering Gloire des Polyanthes as one parent, is used on the stigmas of annual-blooming Ramblers of Wichuraiana hybrids, very dwarf ever-blooming plants result in large proportion, and something may perhaps be done to develop a useful group, of which Baby Bambler will likely remain the type.
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Discussion id : 35-291
most recent 5 APR 09 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 2 APR 09 by Jeff Britt
Is this MNL susceptible to mildew?
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 5 APR 09 by HMF Admin
Jeff, check the HOW DO BUTTON... for suggestions on how to use HMF to get site guest experience on a specific plant.
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