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Initial post 14 SEP 10 by baloulou
On the Lens website the name of the rose is Bruoscella , not Bruocsella
Reply #1 of 6 posted 15 SEP 10 by HMF Admin
Interesting, we'll have to contact the ARS to verify their assignment of the exhibition name.
Reply #2 of 6 posted 16 SEP 10 by Cass
Reply #3 of 6 posted 16 SEP 10 by jedmar
Interesting! Bruoscella and Bruocsella as the Latin form of Brussels seems to be confused many times. I have seen texts with both names interchanged. If you follow Google, ther latter is more common (932 vs. 44700 references). It would be funny if even Lens had it wrong on their website.
Reply #4 of 6 posted 13 JAN 12 by Jay-Jay
In the book Louis Lens: De elegantie en de Roos, its also written as Bruocsellla. (see publications, articles & video's in the left column of this website)
Reply #5 of 6 posted 14 JAN 12 by HMF Admin
With 3 'L's ?
Reply #6 of 6 posted 14 JAN 12 by Jay-Jay
Oops, sorry:...typo!
Bruocsella with two times L.
most recent 8 SEP 11 SHOW ALL
Initial post 18 SEP 08 by baloulou
Does anybody know , which of the two roses we can see on the photos , is the true Birdie Blye ?
Reply #1 of 2 posted 7 SEP 11 by Fred Boutin
Early descriptions of 'Birdie Blye' seem to favor the darker candidate: eg. rosy-carmine 1905, deep pink 1919, sometimes magenta 1929, carmine 1930, and carmine-pink 1936. I believe the darker 'Birdie Blye' in cultivation is at least partially from a re-introduction by the Huntington of my collection of an unknown shrub rose called "Ramacita" in a garden near Alamos, Sonora, Mexico in the 1970's.
Reply #2 of 2 posted 8 SEP 11 by baloulou
Thank you very much for your opinion !
most recent 13 JAN 11 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 13 JAN 11 by Mander, George
Hallo aus Canada,

Habe gerade Ihre Fotos von der 'Shirynne Cowan' an HelpMeFind gefunden.
Ich bin der Züchter und möchte gern wissen :
"Haben Sie die Rose aus Holland (Beerkriek),?oder aus England (Rogers Roses) ?
Senden Sie mir bitte ein E-mail an :

Danke, Georg Mander
Reply #1 of 1 posted 13 JAN 11 by HMF Admin
George, so nice to hear from you but please do not include an email address in the message text as it attracts email spammer harvesters to the website.
most recent 18 NOV 10 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 18 NOV 10 by baloulou
There are mistakes in the description of this rose.

The rose was bred before 2010 , not before 1910
It grows up to 150 cm , not 380 cm

Source : Lens-Roses, Web-site
Reply #1 of 1 posted 18 NOV 10 by jedmar
Thank you for the corrections. The error in height was due to inches vs. cm mistake, the century must have been dreams of OGRs.
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