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Discussion id : 56-077
most recent 16 JUL 11 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 16 JUL 11 by gardengopherRP
Hello rose lovers.
This is the tenth anniversary of the retirement of Carl Pallek and Son Nurseries. We have finally become grandparents and are loving every minute with our little grandson Jasper. Our own garden is still flourishing and as long as it calls to us, our hands will still be in the dirt. We are no longer hybridizing roses but our plants are still for sale at Palatine Fruit and Roses in Niagara On The Lake, Ontario.

Life is good and now we have our hands in a different mud. New arts have emerged and our hands are always busy creating beauty. We are busy creating at. metalmud.com
However, nothing can ever compare to the beauty of the rose , so rose growers, keep on growing.
r. pallek
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 16 JUL 11 by Margaret Furness
I was trying to think what this post reminded me of, & finally got it - Palekh Art?
Margaret
I tried to remove this, since people get bored with puns on their names, but I don't think the Delete button is working.
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Discussion id : 47-681
most recent 27 AUG 10 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 26 AUG 10 by markk
Rosso Giacomasso (HT), ibridata in italia dai fratelli Giacomasso, nel 1967.

Pianta vigorosa, ben formata con il fogliame tipico della specie, grande e verde medio. Produce fiori molto grandi circa 10 cm, di un bel rosso porpora, profumati. Fiorisce per tutta la stagione, fino ai primi geli invernali. Pianta sana e resistente alle piĆ¹ comuni fitopatie.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 27 AUG 10 by jedmar
Grazie mille. Abbiamo aggiunto questa rosa.
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Discussion id : 42-390
most recent 10 FEB 10 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 10 FEB 10 by newcomertoOgr
Looking for a chart of Ogr that clearly shows the genesis of the different types.
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Discussion id : 33-193
most recent 15 JAN 09 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 15 JAN 09 by wernersen
Who knows about important parents in breeding history, based on number of unique descendants and number of descendant generations?
Here are the favoirtes I found:
R. chinensis 13115 and 27
R. moschata 12512 and 27
Champneys' Pink Cluster 12411 and 26 (R.chinensis x R. moschata!)
William Jesse 12090 and 26
Persian Yellow 10079 and 22
Madame Domage 10019 and 23
Crimson Rambler 8890 and 22
Mognonette 8803 and 23

any additions are wellcome
which rose has the most unique descendantes??
Thanks
Werner
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