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Rose photo courtesy of Rosaplant
Photo taken at Rosaplant Collection. Summer 2017, Poland.
Uploaded 26 JAN
Rose photo courtesy of Ingrid W.
This picture was shared by my rose friend Janet Sklar in So. Cal. who has grown it for five or six (?) years from a potted up cutting. She says "The plant is always in bloom." This is the first time I've seen "Benny Lopez" grown in a somewhat climbing form. Mr. Lopez grows his plants as standards, I and others I know grow it as a nice big bush, and now Janet shows that it may be one suitable as a climber as well. Time will tell. Posted on HMF with Janet's permission April 1, 2015.
Uploaded 1 APR 15
Rose photo courtesy of orsola
Poland. MAY 2016
Uploaded 30 MAY 16
Rose photo courtesy of 16-Eichen-Rosensch├Ątze
Taken at the Garden of 16-Eichen Rosensch├Ątze 2013
Uploaded 5 JUL 13
Rose photo courtesy of orsola
Poland. MAY 2016
Uploaded 30 MAY 16
Rose photo courtesy of Tessie
Benny Lopez. Own root plant came from local rose society auction in 2011. White flowers to the right are nierembergia and to the left are on the polyantha Cassie/Snowbelt. I have Benny Lopez growing about 4 feet away from Pickering Four Seasons. It has been suggested they are one and the same. Although the flowers is similar, they are not the same. The canes and leaves are different too. The canes on Pickering Four Seasons have many prickles but few thorns, while Benny Lopez is the opposite--few prickles but many thorns.
Uploaded 10 MAY 13
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Rose photo courtesy of Tessie
March 29, 2016 in Claremont, California. Plant from local rose society auction in 2011. During his first season in my garden, Benny Lopez had rust. Since then his foliage has been disease free (I never spray). Given a little fertilizer this year, the color of the flowers is very vibrant. He is growing next to the Palo Verde 'Desert Museum', which as a nitrogen-fixing plant may also give him a bit of a boost. Around 3 to 3 1/2 feet tall.
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Uploaded 29 MAR 16
Rose photo courtesy of mashamcl
Sepals on spent blooms. Benny on left, Ardoisee de Lyon on right. Photo 3 of 3.
Uploaded 5 MAY 13
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