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Jormakos
most recent 5 SEP 15 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 5 SEP 15 by Jormakos
'Schneelicht' has single flowers, according to the description. See other photos. This is most likely ,'Mme Georges Bruant', with which it is often confused. Its leaflets have a thin brownish-reddish line around the edges, which can also be seen in this picture. 'M.G.B.' has semi-double flowers.
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most recent 9 JUL 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 9 JUL 13 by Jormakos
The flowers seem fully doubled and have a dome shape when they open. Flowers have a strong lemon yellow color, somewhat similar to 'Persian Yellow' although this is a Hybrid Spinosissima. Scent is always a matter of taste, I find the scent of 'Aurora' sweet and pleasant. This is a found rose, but a selection has been made available commercially. The original breeder is unknown.
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most recent 9 JUL 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 9 JUL 13 by Jormakos
Tall, erect habit. Flowers in abundance but for a relatively short period in spring (2-3 weeks), however untypically for a Hybrid Spinosissima there is a weaker re-bloom in autumn, especially after the plant has established itself. Suckers freely. There is a sweet, honey-like scent. Flowers open creamy yellow but fade to white. Orange autumn foliage.
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most recent 18 JUL 11 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 15 JUL 11 by Jormakos
Rosa 'Sointu' is not a found rose. It is a new (1994) Finnish variety. 'Sointu' is a 'Snow Pavement' × R. polyantha cross and although marketed as a Rugosa hybrid, should probably be classified as a Modern Shrub.

Source: Finnish Rose Society, varieties: http://www.ruususeura.fi/a-suomi/a-puistoruusut/sointu.html

If you need me to translate more of the description for you, I shall be happy to do so.
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 16 JUL 11 by HMF Admin
Thanks. Yes, we would greatly appreciate your help in translation. We have linked this rose to your membership so you are now able to make changes and additions. Please feel free to update it directly or provide a translation for the web page provided and we will update it.

Thanks again!
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 16 JUL 11 by jedmar
Moin! Mä yritin kääntää itseäni. Please check the translation. The 'Angel Rose' mentioned in the reference is most probably one of the two mini-polyantha series of Léonard Lille.
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 18 JUL 11 by Jormakos
Are you kidding? Who am I to correct the author?!!
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