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Initial post 14 days ago by Plazbo
some of the foliage pictures show light/dark green patterning while others are solid. my new plant is demonstrating patterned foliage (but it's light green in the middle and darker green on the out side) to varying degree's.
Is it just a characteristic of the species or is it a sign of stress or something else entirely? Anyone have information?
Reply #1 of 2 posted 14 days ago by Andrew from Dolton
Could it be a virus?
Reply #2 of 2 posted 14 days ago by Patricia Routley
R. Kenneth Horst in his Compendium of Rose Diseases show central areas of leaves yellow from waterlogging.
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Initial post 6 OCT by Plazbo
Pretty. Nice yellow fade, bloom ages very well, just nice bloom form in general.
Does have some blackspot issues. Seems to be seed sterile (hasn't set hips for me), haven't tried it's pollen.
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Initial post 21 JAN by JasonSims1984
Maybe this is a dumb question, but how do you hybridize with a rose like this? When they have so many petals, how do you pollinate it and how do you collect the pollen?
Reply #1 of 1 posted 6 OCT by Plazbo
how many do with all roses, remove all the petals just before it opens, snip off stamens (to collect pollen).
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Initial post 5 OCT by Plazbo
Had a very high rate of proliferation during the cooler months (autumn/early winter...Sydney is very mild)....unsure if this is normal for this rose. Wasn't especially attractive with around 2/3rd of flowers having odd green spiked growth in their centers.
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