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Initial post 10 days ago by Singularly Beautiful Roses
New plant is filling in nicely. Short in stature so far. Wants to have sprays of 3-5. No black spot through July 1.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 10 days ago by Michael Garhart
B4Y and Rabble Rouser often bloom 3-5. Ebb Tide makes 20ish. Some of the ET get pretty insane lol. I love that rose. Sounds like ABlue clusters more like the other two.
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Initial post 29 DEC 13 by Singularly Beautiful Roses
Tom's R. soulieana derivative is listed on HMF with the following parentage. Zorina x [R. soulieana x Europeana] x Sunsprite. I'm assuming that is the properly attributed pollen parent of Flutterbye.
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 28 JAN 17 by Michael Garhart
There are two. One with Sunsprite and one with Trumpeter. The remaining (Zorina, Rosa soul., and Europeana) portion is the same.

See: All Ablaze and Watercolors Home Run.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 12 days ago by Michael Garhart
I guess there were 3, one with ...I think it was Royal Gold..?? that never made it into anything important.
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most recent 8 MAR HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 8 MAR by Singularly Beautiful Roses
Available from - Jackson & Perkins
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Initial post 2 FEB by Singularly Beautiful Roses
Absolutely beautiful!
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