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Conrad Ferdinand Meyer rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Winter, South Australia, zone 9b. At Thomas for Roses.
Uploaded 27 JUN
Conrad Ferdinand Meyer rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of zazarose
From my garden Spencer, West Virginia.
Uploaded 17 SEP 18
Conrad Ferdinand Meyer rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of scvirginia
photo from Clibran's, Ltd. 1908 catalogue; scan courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library
Uploaded 29 APR
Conrad Ferdinand Meyer rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of zazarose
From my garden Spencer, West Virginia.
Uploaded 17 SEP 18
Conrad Ferdinand Meyer rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Summer, South Australia, zone 9b. At Thomas for Roses.
Uploaded 10 JAN 19
Conrad Ferdinand Meyer rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of edulkot
A photo from my garden, Poland.
Uploaded 20 FEB 18
Conrad Ferdinand Meyer rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of zazarose
10/1/2018. Spencer, West Virginia. Conrad Ferdinand Meyer. This plant is a very thorny, vigorous climbing rose plant. It is approximately 7' tall. It had been growing since planted 4 months previous to date of this picture. It has produced three large blossoms this first year. I would describe the color of these flowers as a pinky mauve. Big blossoms which unfortunately lost its petals fast. Petals were here today gone in three days. These blossoms are shown in the previously posted photo's here on this page. I picked this rose for its ability to withstand rough snowy winters. It was purchased from Rose Petals Nursery which is a business nursery of rare roses listed on this site. I have no problems with it. Very healthy. I hope to see it start producing an abundant of continuous blossoms as it ages. My growing zone is 6a.
Uploaded 1 OCT 18
Conrad Ferdinand Meyer rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Die Rose ihre Anzucht und Pflege", by Robert Betten, 1919, p. 171
Uploaded 26 NOV 16
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