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most recent 1 JAN HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 31 DEC by JDR-ID159686
I have for this rose the different information:
See the photo in HMF
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 31 DEC by Maurice REYBAUD
La photo est correcte

ce sont 2 roses différentes

Prince Rainier III - MARpil - de Antonio Marchese - 1998
Orange-red - ( j'ai passé des photos )

Rainier III - de HENDRICKX - Rouge foncé -
( avant 1968 )
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 1 JAN by JDR-ID159686
Thanks for the information!
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most recent 22 JUN 16 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 19 JUN 16 by JDR-ID159686
Rose Listing Omission

Hybrid tea - HAPPY PEARL WEDING

http://www.grosvenorgardencentre.co.uk/fryer/product/495/happy-pearl-wedding.html
(Product Description

A pearly-pink rose possessing a superb constitution, reliable and strong with pleasing scent- a wonderful way to celebrate a special pearl anniversary. Makes a wonderful cut flower for the house. Great disease resistance and a hgt of upto 90cms.)
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 22 JUN 16 by Patricia Routley
Thanks JdR. I sent them an email a couple of days ago but no reply. All we have on it is a name and that it is a pink HT. Can anyone find out a bit more on it - like Code Name, bred date, and breeder?
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most recent 9 MAY 16 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 1 MAY 16 by JDR-ID159686
Rose Listing Omission

Jubile Papa Meilland

Hybrid tea, Jubile Papa Meilland (Meiceazar), intense fragrant, red,
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Reply #1 of 23 posted 2 MAY 16 by Patricia Routley
Thank you JdR.
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Reply #2 of 23 posted 3 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
Seems to be the normal Papa Meilland: http://www.meillandrichardier.com/rosier-papa-meilland-r-meicesar.html
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Reply #3 of 23 posted 3 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
I have to apologize JdR and Patricia, I was proven wrong, see: http://www.meillandrichardier.com/rosier-jubile-papa-meilland.html
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Reply #4 of 23 posted 4 MAY 16 by Patricia Routley
That's quite OK Jay-Jay. We are very grateful to have your participation (and support!) on HelpMeFind. We count on the HMF community to help continually improve the accuracy of HelpMeFind - it is a never ending process and it is only by checking and double checking one Papa against another Papa, that we come to the right Papa. My regards. Patricia.
(ps - yesterday I spread [white] dolomite on the rose beds and couldn't help thinking of the photos of your snowy garden)
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Reply #5 of 23 posted 4 MAY 16 by Margaret Furness
Not to mention mine - but mine is where the tub of Perlite blew over.
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Reply #6 of 23 posted 7 MAY 16 by hmfusr
No, I'm sure it was not perlite but snow. People often mistake snow for perlite in the frigid, blizzard-racked antipodes. It's wishful thinking.
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Reply #7 of 23 posted 7 MAY 16 by Margaret Furness
And it isn't even winter yet!
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Reply #8 of 23 posted 7 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
And now temps even over 26 degrees C and scorching sunlight with a bone-dry eastern wind!
No winter-coat, but bare feet, shorts, a t-shirt and lots of sun-protection for human-life in the garden.
A plus is that the temps are high enough for bees to pollinate the blossoms of the apple-trees!
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Reply #9 of 23 posted 7 MAY 16 by Margaret Furness
Sun-protection at 26C? You'll get vitamin D deficiency!
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Reply #10 of 23 posted 8 MAY 16 by Give me caffeine
ROFLMAO. "Scorching" at 26 degrees C? I'll give you scorching, mate. You should visit Lightning Ridge in summer. :D
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Reply #11 of 23 posted 8 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
ROFLMAO???

How many times does it snow over there just a week before those temps occur?
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Reply #12 of 23 posted 8 MAY 16 by Give me caffeine
It doesn't, but it does get truly scorching. 26 is mild by our standards.
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Reply #13 of 23 posted 8 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
When? In winter?
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Reply #14 of 23 posted 8 MAY 16 by Give me caffeine
Actually, yes. I live in the sub-tropics so we do get temperatures in that range in winter. It'd usually be a bit lower than 26 in the middle of the day, but not a lot.
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Reply #17 of 23 posted 9 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
Hi Give Me Caffeine,
Instead of rolling on the vacuumed floor and laughing off Your hiney, You might have asked why I used the word scorching.
Scorching was not referring to the relatively mild temps, but the sunlight... especially after such a climatological shock.
Completely green plants covered in snow with temps below zero degree C.

And it was literally scorching sunlight , for lots of rose-leaves turned black, dried out papery and crumbled when touched.

I do appreciate that this is nothing compared to the climate on Your beloved Lightning Ridge or the situation in Alberta Canada right now... maybe I just shared too much.
But isn't this HMF community founded on sharing?
Best Regards, Jay-Jay.
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Reply #18 of 23 posted 9 MAY 16 by Give me caffeine
No that's fair enough. You didn't mention the effect on the leaves before. The impression given originally was that you thought 26 C was scorching.
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Reply #15 of 23 posted 8 MAY 16 by Give me caffeine
If you're curious, here's the figures for the largest town in my general vicinity.

http://www.weatherzone.com.au/climate/station.jsp?lt=site&lc=58158
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Reply #16 of 23 posted 9 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
Who wants to live over there?
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Reply #19 of 23 posted 9 MAY 16 by Give me caffeine
Lotsa people.
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Reply #22 of 23 posted 9 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
2602?
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Reply #20 of 23 posted 9 MAY 16 by Margaret Furness
We thought you meant scorching for people - I can see why the plants were unhappy! Lightning Ridge is famous for opals. I wouldn't want to live there.
I see that givemecaffeine has said the same about the plants, but I still can't make the Delete button work.
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Reply #21 of 23 posted 9 MAY 16 by Jay-Jay
No need to delete Margaret...
A nice example for how to easily misunderstand each other.
If I were in Australia, I would have definitely VISITED Lightning Ridge for the precious gemstones (black opals) and the fossils!
....And not in summer. I was amazed how much rain it still gets on an annual basis.(1600mm)
We get an average about 800mm
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Reply #23 of 23 posted 9 MAY 16 by Give me caffeine
Handy tourist tip: if you ever want to visit any of the desert regions over here, go in spring. Best time of year to see them. Not scorching. :D
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most recent 2 MAY 16 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 1 MAY 16 by JDR-ID159686
Rose Listing Omission

Prince Rainier III (Marpil)

Hybrid tea, fragrant, bred by Marchese (Italy)
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 2 MAY 16 by Patricia Routley
Thank you again JdR. The rose is now added.
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