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'Burr Rose' Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 96-967
most recent 13 days ago SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 21 JAN by JasonSims1984
Maybe this is a dumb question, but how do you hybridize with a rose like this? When they have so many petals, how do you pollinate it and how do you collect the pollen?
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 13 days ago by Plazbo
how many do with all roses, remove all the petals just before it opens, snip off stamens (to collect pollen).
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Discussion id : 80-679
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Initial post 24 SEP 14 by Patricia Routley
Has anyone ever noted six sepals on R. roxburghii plena? Francis E. Lester did. (see the 1942 reference). Checking old long-gone blooms, my photos today show just five sepals (I note the 2003 reference which quotes five.)
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Discussion id : 72-407
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Initial post 16 JUN 13 by Jay-Jay
Available from - Loubert/Pépinières Roses Loubert
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Discussion id : 24-241
most recent 11 APR 08 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 20 FEB 08 by Chris
the pictures shown here show both a double rose and chestnuts. i thought that only the single variety made chestnuts. could someone enlighten me? chris in ct.
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 20 FEB 08 by Cass
chrisj, I doubt what you heard is true. The double form of Rosa roxburghii was introduced to Europe around 1823, 85 years before the single form was found in the wild and documented by E. H. Wilson. It acquired the name "Chestnut Rose" long before that.

It does take a several years to mature enough to bloom, as the comments here mention.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 11 APR 08 by Chris
thank you. i was misled. chris.
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