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Aviateur Blériot rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of alba
Bud size 16mm (petals only), bloom diameter 5 cm Lower Saxony, June 2015
Uploaded 19 JUN 15
Aviateur Blériot rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosenschule Ruf
Uploaded 12 FEB 13
Aviateur Blériot rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of alba
May 2014, Lower Saxony, Germany Source: Christoph Kruchem / Hortensis, Waake, Germany Apparently there are two types of roses available as 'Aviateur Blériot'. This one is a vivid growing rambler (5-6 m), has semi double, yellow blooms fading to a creamy white and sharp thorns (seen i.e. on http://www.classicroses.co.uk/ ). The other one's foliage is glossy and dark green, the double blooms are of apricot colour (maybe there is more than one variant of the apricot type; seen in France quite often, i.e at http://rosemai.canalblog.com.). ----- Since I can't add comments at the moment, I'll post my comment to the related discussion here: Thanks to you both for your contributions. I'm going to breed this one, so the identity question rises again. The appearance of my yellow type and the apricot type is coequal on the internet (book research was fruitless). Thinking of a mislabelling, mine has some similarities to 'Aglaia' (Schmitt 1896), but there are a number of variants around, so this is uncertain as well. I don't feel able decide who's right and who's not. References on the 'orange Aviateur': http://www.rosesloubert.com/ http://www.rosegathering.com/ References on the 'yellow Aviateur': http://www.classicroses.co.uk/ http://www.jardipedia.com/
Uploaded 1 JUL 14
Aviateur Blériot rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of MARQUART, Roland
Uploaded 26 JUL 12
Aviateur Blériot rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
Sangerhausen, June 20, 2013
Uploaded 6 JUL 13
Aviateur Blériot rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of bruno fayet
photo printemps 2011
Uploaded 7 AUG 11
Aviateur Blériot rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosenschule Ruf
Uploaded 12 FEB 13
Aviateur Blériot rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of bruno fayet
photo printemps 2011
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Uploaded 7 AUG 11
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