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Basye, Dr. Robert E.
Discussion id : 15-487
most recent 26 DEC 06 SHOW ALL
Initial post 17 DEC 06 by Unregistered Guest

I've noticed that has several conflicting parentages for many of Basye's wonderful but limited roses. I have been a fan of Dr. Basye's roses (infact, I have a nice yellow seedling of Abraham Darby X Basye's Amphidiploid.) The following set of records were collected from my collection or American Rose Annuals, written by Dr. Basye himself when he was alive.

Basye's Probable Amphidiploid seedling of R. moschata abysinnica x R. rugosa Note: no chemicals were used to induce tetraploidy. Just like R. kordesii, it was an open pollinated seedling that had doubled chromosomes. This contradicts what many hybridizers believe, but this source comes directly from Dr. Basye's article on his probable amphidiploid.Basye's Legacy (77-361) Basye's Amphidiploid x Commander Gillette Commander Gillette (65-626)seedling of a seedling of R. carolina X Hugh Dickson Basye's Blueberry (82-1134)Commander Gillette x ((Commander Gillette x (R. virginiana alba x Betty Morse)) Belinda's Dream Jersey Beauty x Tiffany Basye's Myrrh-Scented Rose (R. macrantha x Dickson's Red) x Prima Ballerina

Reply #1 of 1 posted 26 DEC 06 by Unregistered Guest
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