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Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
This clone of "Grandmother's Hat" -- "Northside Pink" -- has never been in commerce. It was collected on Mare Island (Vallejo, CA) following the closure of the Century Old Naval Station there. Unlike the Limberlost/Huntington clone, this one shows no streaking or stippling with a contrasting paler pink. It is known to sport to "Tina Marie" warm white.
Uploaded 14 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
2-12-20, Photos of "Grandmother's Hat" showing the variations from bloom to bloom (and clone to clone). In this photo, you can see the subtle streaks and stripes of a paler pink, characteristic of this particular clone of "Grandmoher's Hat"
Uploaded 12 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
"Grandmother's Hat" buds.
Uploaded 12 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
On 2-12-20, I'm adding a series of photos of "Grandmother's Hat" taken of plants grown from our original one, which apparently came from The Huntington Gardens, and are probably clones of Fred Boutin's original collection. The variations from bloom to bloom (and clone to clone) are fascinating -- and I hope might assist in an eventual identification of this great rose.
Uploaded 12 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
2-12-20, For comparison purposes, two images of 'Tina Marie' -- a color sport of "Grandmother's Hat" registered as "white." (In cool weather, it is often light pink). Very rarely, it has been known to sport back to "Grandmother's Hat" in part, or all, of a bloom.
Uploaded 12 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
On 2-12-20, I'm adding a series of photos of "Grandmother's Hat" taken of plants grown from our original one, which apparently came from The Huntington Gardens, and are probably clones of Fred Boutin's original collection. The variations from bloom to bloom (and clone to clone) are fascinating -- and I hope might assist in an eventual identification of this great rose.
Uploaded 12 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
2-12-20, Photos of "Grandmother's Hat" showing the variations from bloom to bloom (and clone to clone). This bloom really shows off the striping and stippling characteristic of this clone of "Grandmother's Hat"
Uploaded 12 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
Uploaded 7 JUL 19
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