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Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
375 022 "Whatley Crescent". Own roots at Northcliffe, WA Nov 2, 2017. The pink sport appearing again this year from the east (or right) cane. The branch on the west (or left cane) produced the red blooms. No sign of a red bloom so far this spring.
Uploaded 2 NOV
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
The stamens of "Whatley Crescent" have red filaments.
Uploaded 26 MAR 17
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Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
375 021. "Whatley Crescent" Own roots at Northcliffe, WA, April 4, 2017. The pink sport mentioned in my comment of Dec 4, 2016. I still think it is very like 'Briarcliff'. (I will upload separately a same-day photo of 'Briarcliff' which is growing about 8 meters away.)
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Uploaded 4 APR 17
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Whatley Crescent" early summer, Perth, Western Australia. When my plant was young, blooms like this with ruffled and indented petal edges were not uncommon. As the plant has matured, the blooms come in a more conventional form.
Uploaded 26 MAR 17
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Whatley Crescent" is the red rose in this group of HTs found in old Perth gardens. The pink rose is 'Hector Deane' and the orange one goes by the name "Ethel Street Peach"
Uploaded 26 MAR 17
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Whatley Crescent" - hip on the parent plant Late Summer, Perth, Western Australia.
Uploaded 26 MAR 17
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
The pedicels of "Whatley Crescent" vary in glandularity. Some are almost smooth, others are lightly to moderately scattered with glands. Most have at least a few stalked glands.
Uploaded 26 MAR 17
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
"Whatley Crescent" - the original plant in an abandoned garden. Late summer, Perth, Western Australia.
Uploaded 26 MAR 17
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