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Initial post yesterday by steve fritz
Your roses look wonderful.

I particularly like the photos of "Treasures."

I wish I could get it here in the States.

Keep up the good work.
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Initial post yesterday by bibi
Lottum tuincentrum in Netherlands sells it.
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Initial post yesterday by ac91z6
Kedem Nursery in MN has several Ping Lim roses, 'Champagne Wishes' included, listed for sale on their website.
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Initial post yesterday by Tomartyr
As can be seen, my 'Andromeda' has single petal form, whereas another photograph in the section is double, but with very similar colouring. The HMF Andromeda description says the variety is semi-double. My plant came from a reputable grower and appears to be the same as the other HMF photo (under contributor 'V'). Perhaps some clematis-savvy member can throw some light on this?
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Reply #1 of 2 posted yesterday by jedmar
Many Clematis have semi-double or double blooms in the first flush in spring, but single flowers in autumn. This seems also to be the case with Andomeda. See also here:

Andromeda

Is your plant still Young? It is possible that it needs to establish itself before it produces semi-double blooms in the first flush.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted yesterday by Tomartyr
My plant is about six years old and the photo taken today is of a bloom in the first flush of the season.
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