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Discussion id : 84-470
most recent 23 APR 15 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 23 APR 15 by Ozoldroser
In 2002 I visited this garden 9th to 11th June and most roses were in flower.
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Discussion id : 37-096
most recent 5 JUN 10 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 9 JUN 09 by Don H
Does anyone know what the situaton is with the website for the Carlo Fineschi Foundation?

The website for the Fineschi rose garden seems to no longer exist. The domain name 'rosetofineschi.it' is no longer registered, the domain 'rosetofineschi.org' is owned by a cybersquatter, and the foundation website at http://www.stsrv.com/fineschi/fineschi.htm is no longer accessible.
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Reply #1 of 5 posted 4 JUN 10 by Cà Berta
As you can see the Foundation has a new web site http://www.rosetofineschi.it/
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Reply #2 of 5 posted 4 JUN 10 by Silvia Fineschi
I read that someone has prolem in contacting the domain rosetofineschi.it This is a new website and is currently operating. Please try again and eventually contact us directly from the mail address indicated there (info@rosetofineschi.it). The site is only in Italian now but we have an Einglish version ready, it will be possible to read it also in English very soon.
Regards, Silvia Fineschi
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Reply #3 of 5 posted 4 JUN 10 by jedmar
You have a wonderful garden and I am looking forward to seeing it gain later this month!
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Reply #4 of 5 posted 5 JUN 10 by Margaret Furness
Lucky person! While you're there, would you take identification-type photos of Ruga and Leontine Gervais, thanks? I'm confused between the latter and Auguste Gervais.

And if anyone is going to Sangerhausen in rambler season, I'd love to see ID-type photos of Sodenia, Paul Ploton, Dr Zamenhof, Princesse Louise (sempervirens), Princesse Marie (sempervirens). Also Esperanto and Mme Laurette Messimy. (Eg full-face and reverse view of flower, side view showing the receptacle clearly or a side view of a bud, side view of prickles if any, picture showing whether the flowers occur singly or in clusters, hip if it isn't too early).

And Francois Foucard, anywhere.
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Reply #5 of 5 posted 5 JUN 10 by Don H
Thanks Silvia and Cà , this is good news. I hope that the interactive map can be restored, it is a great feature.

Don
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