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New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  Page(s) 39.  
 
New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground.  Trial 44.  2012-2014
4862. Withdrawn.  Whitround  Fl. Breeder: White.   Entrant: Ford.  Pink

New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  Page(s) 38.  
 

p38.  New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground.  Trial 44.  2012-2014
4861    67.8     Somcalart        FL        Somerfield      Glenavon         Cream/pink

p43.  John Ford:  Trial Ground Review - Trial 44.  
Finally (Somcalart) - 4861; a floribunda bred by Rob Somerfield, Glenavon Roses. I thought this rose was quite good, shapely small to medium HT type blooms, mauve pink toned through soft pink were formed in clusters. The medium tall bushy plant had lovely dark glossy green foliage which enhanced the flower. I liked this rose, it was something different.
 


New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  Page(s) 38.  
 

New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground.  Trial 44.  2012-2014
4860    51.9     For2011/003   FL        Ford    Ford    Pink/mauve


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p38.  New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground.  Trial 44.  2012-2014
4859    69.4     Korpriggos      FL        Kordes.  Entrant: Matthews         Cream

p43. John Ford:  Trial Ground Review - Trial 44.  
(Korpriggos)- 4859; floribunda shrub rose bred by Thomas Proll of Kordes, agent Matthews Roses. This cream rose I thought might have got an award, it was situated next door to Doug Grant's cream floribunda which looked good too. It always was in flower, had a good groWth habit, healthy and would make a good display in the garden


New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  Page(s) 38.  
 

New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground.  Trial 44.  2012-2014
4858    65.2     DNA 46           FL        Grant   Entrant: DNA    Cream


New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  Includes photo(s).
 
p38.  New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground Trial 44. 2012-2014.
4857. 71.2. Hot Topic  (Somartmina). Fl.  Somerfield.  Entrant: Glenavon.  Orange.  

p42.  John Ford:  Trial Ground Review - Trial 44.  
'Hot Topic' (Somartmina) - 4857; floribunda bred by Rob Somerfield, Glenavon Roses. This rose looked spectacular in the early spring, absolutely covered in bright orange medium size blooms in clusters with some fragrance obvious too. The compact medium growing rose was complemented with dark green foliage. This rose was well talked about at the awards function where it looked at its best. However, for me it did not attract the same attention  after the late spring early summer flowering. Flowers became smaller while mites and the powdery mildew hit hard late February onwards

New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  
 

p38.  New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground Trial 44. 2012-2014.
4856   69.3. 04-643-01 Fl. Matthews.  Entrant: Matthews. Pink

p43.  John Ford:  Trial Ground Review - Trial 44.  
4856 - Floribunda from Bob Matthews, This was another rose that grew fairly tall,  had heaps of flower and was extremely healthy. The blooms in the purple pink shades had romantic form look, but did not form good shaped clusters. The blooms seem quite heavy and drooped often which detracts. It had a good fragrance too.
 


New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  Page(s) 38.  
 

New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground.  Trial 44.  2012-2014
4855    67.9     Miss Scarlet   (Forbright)      FL      Ford    Entrant: Ford    Orange


New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  Includes photo(s).
 

p38.  New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground.  Trial 44.  2012-2014
4854    75.3     Christchurch Remembers (Somcrimart)  FL   Somerfield      Glenavon       Red

p40. John Ford:  Trial Ground Review - Trial 44.
'Christchurch Remembers' ™ (Somcrimart) - 4854; floribunda, bred by Rob Somerfield; Glenavon Roses. This medium orange red with darkened edge appealed the first time I saw the flower. The colour is complemented by semi glossy dark bronzy green foliage. It grows well with a neat semi erect habit and generally healthy although some Powdery Mildew was evident late in the season and spider mite issues in the heat of the summer. It has good repeat flowering and is a worthy rose to carry the name given.


New Zealand Rose Annual (2015)  Page(s) 38.  
 

New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground.  Trial 44.  2012-2014
4853    66.7   02-550-01      HT       Matthews         Matthews         Gold

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