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'Single Chestnut Rose' Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 93-900
most recent 5 JUL 16 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 5 JUL 16 by Singularly Beautiful Roses
I have a young plant of R. roxburghii normalis - currently about 18" in height x 18" in width. It had possibly 2 flowers in spring while quite small. Currently it is blooming again (July 5) - 3 open flowers plus several buds. Is this just new growth that is finally mature enough to bloom or is it "reblooming?"
Discussion id : 77-966
most recent 2 MAY 14 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 2 MAY 14 by Jay-Jay
Most of the seeds I kept in the fridge germinated already there in wet sand. I got a lot of the same looking seedlings, but one was completely different... maybe not a selfpollinated-one?
See photo's.
PS: Marnix attended me towards the first REAL leafs of all other than R. roxburghii seedlings: those look like Hawthorne leafs and do not have separate leaflets... Those of R. Roxburghii in the contrary are divided in leaflets!
Discussion id : 74-494
most recent 10 OCT 13 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 10 OCT 13 by Jay-Jay
Despite the prickles on the hips, the numerous seeds are easy to extract, nicely in a (sometimes double) row around a bump in the centre.
Did any-one succeed in germinating the seeds? I see no descendants under the lineage tab. Sorry, I missed one: Dresdner Barock! A very nice outcome of this cross!
About the scent of the ripe hips, see the description next to this photo:
and under the commentstab of that photo.
Discussion id : 65-701
most recent 11 JUL 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 11 JUL 12 by Patricia Routley
Wilson's involvement - 1908 (as in the Origin) or 1916 (as in the Notes)?
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