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"Portland from Glendora" rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 79-562
most recent 29 DEC SHOW ALL
Initial post 21 JUL 14 by flodur
'Joasine Hanet' im Handel und Fundrose "Glendora" sind wohl identische Rosen, aber nicht die 'Joasine Hanet', die Vibert 1847 gezüchtet hat. Denn laut The Rose Garden, 1848, S. 108 ist diese "purplish red" und laut Wesselhöft, Der Rosenfreund 1866, S. 149 "leuchtend purpurroth". Auch wenn "Identification as Joasine Hanet is accepted by the ARS". Ich schließe mich dann doch lieber den Zweifeln von "several expert rosarians" an. In Sangerhausen steht eine 'Joasine Hanet', die eher den frühen Farbbeschreibungen entspricht.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 29 DEC by petera
I have added an English translation of Flodur's comment as I think it should be available to more people.

'Joasine Hanet' in trade and the found rose "Glendora" are probably identical roses, but not the' Joasine Hanet 'that Vibert bred in 1847. Because according to The Rose Garden, 1848, p. 108, this is "purplish red" and according to Wesselhöft, Der Rosenfreund 1866, p. 149 "bright purple". Even if "Identification as Joasine Hanet is accepted by the ARS". I prefer to join the doubts of "several expert rosarians". In Sangerhausen there is a 'Joasine Hanet', which corresponds more to the early color descriptions.
Discussion id : 117-859
most recent 1 AUG 19 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 1 AUG 19 by Darrell
I've grown 'Joasine Hanet' for about 12 years. It is disease resistant, yes, to everything but rust. No other rose rusts as enthusiastically or profusely. Twice a year I strip off nearly every leaf, and it always returns looking as lovely and healthy as ever--until the rust strikes again. Twice I was determined to dig it out and toss it, but the loveliness of the rose and its scent has enslaved me.
Discussion id : 80-776
most recent 28 SEP 14 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 28 SEP 14 by CybeRose
1913 Biltmore Rose Catalog
Joasine Hanet
An odd-shaped Rose of peculiar color, cultivated by enthusiasts because of its eccentricities. The flowers are of medium size and strangely formed, with the appearance of having been quartered. In color they are a deep rose, tinged with violet--a shading as distinctive as is the shape of the blossom. The fragrance is strong. The plant is of luxuriant growth, with long shoots, and thrives well in temperate climates. A few plants of the Joasine Hanet will add interest and distinction to gardens of ample extent.
Discussion id : 75-409
most recent 5 DEC 13 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 4 DEC 13 by Ozoldroser
'Joasine Hanet' is my most favourite rose for its intoxicating perfume and its flowering season from late spring to late autumn. The button-eye and form of this rose is exquisite.
A phone call today from an enquirer who had just visited the Tanunda Visitor Centre (heart of the Barossa Valley in South Australia) where it is growing in their garden as a rose in keeping with the age of the old building, "Please can you tell me the name of this rose and where I can buy it as it is perfuming the whole courtyard." As this visitor is from Tasmania where the import requirements (even from the mainland) are strict we cannot send her a rooted cutting. I expect to hear from her again in her quest for this rose - plus I suggested she might like to also become a member of Heritage Roses in Australia!
Reply #1 of 1 posted 5 DEC 13 by billy teabag
You do very good work Pat Toolan!
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