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Gruss an Teplitz rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of 91965
Uploaded 28 SEP
Gruss an Teplitz rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Die Rose - ihre Anzucht und Pflege", Robert Betten, 1919, p. 213
Uploaded 26 NOV
Gruss an Teplitz rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of scvirginia
photo of Gruss an Teplitz from Holmes' Commercial Rose Culture, 1911, p.131
Uploaded 26 JUL
Gruss an Teplitz rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Rosen-Verzeichnis 1907-1908", Catalogue of Soupert & Notting, p. 37
Uploaded 25 NOV
Gruss an Teplitz rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Rosen und Sommerblumen" by Wilhelm Mütze, 1910, facing p. 56
Uploaded 27 NOV
Gruss an Teplitz rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Give me caffeine
This rose doesn't seem to mind the rain. Great scent too. Very rich. Taken in early spring, on a very soggy day.
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Uploaded 23 AUG 16
Gruss an Teplitz rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Rosen und Sommerblumen" by Wilhelm Mütze, 1910, facing p. 56: 'Gruss an Teplitz' (left), 'Mme Caroline Testout' (in Vase)aiserin Auguste Viktoria' (right).
Uploaded 27 NOV
Gruss an Teplitz rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of StrawChicago Alkaline clay 5a
Gruss as own-root has a higher need for potassium. 1st year leaves have yellowish veins like RMV (rose mosaic virus). I gave it sulfate of potash, and that disappear in later years. Picture taken as 1st year own-root to show RMV-look-alike, but it's actually potassium deficiency induced by too much calcium (gypsum) and compact clay.
Uploaded 24 JUN 16
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