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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Ferguson Valley Deep Purple Pink" parent plant. Spring, Western Australia. To my eye it is the foliage that is the most recognisable feature of this rose. The leaflets broaden to almost a circular shape and have prominent veins that are often conspicuously impressed, and moderately coarse serrations. The blooms are often held on curved and twisted pedicels that have been described as 'swan-necked'. These features are identical in "Kombacy Elyena" which was collected near Mildura in Victoria.
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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Ferguson Valley Deep Purple Pink" parent plant. Spring, Western Australia. Bloom colour varies from shades of red to shades of pink. Petal reverses can be 'white-washed'.
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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Ferguson Valley Deep Purple Pink" parent plant. Spring, Western Australia. The glandular pedicels often have a pronounced curve. There are many small, hooked prickles under the leaf stems.
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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Ferguson Valley Deep Purple Pink" parent plant. Spring, Western Australia. The leaflets are unusually broad for a Tea rose. The plant is reasonably well-armed with descending or slightly hooked prickles.
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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Ferguson Valley Deep Purple Pink" parent plant. Spring, Western Australia. To my eye it is the foliage that is the most recognisable feature of this rose. The leaflets broaden to almost a circular shape and have prominent veins that are often conspicuously impressed, and moderately coarse serrations. This feature is identical in "Kombacy Elyena" which was collected near Mildura in Victoria.
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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Ferguson Valley Deep Purple Pink" parent plant. Spring, Western Australia.
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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Ferguson Valley Deep Purple Pink" parent plant. Spring, Western Australia. The bloom colour varies considerably from red to pink. Petal reverses are often, but not always, a pale colour, giving a white-washed impression.
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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Ferguson Valley Deep Purple Pink" parent plant. Spring, Western Australia. Most pedicels curve quite dramatically.
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