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Rose author, breeder and discoverer Listing last updated on 23 May 2019.
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Kim Rupert got into hybridizing roses about fifteen years ago. Over the summer of 1999, Kim hand-pollinated about 3,000 blooms, mostly, miniature, species, Basye hybrids, Buck, and Moore roses, in just about any permutation you can think of. It's Kim's feeling that too few breeders are able and willing to mess around with things that probably won't amount to any money. Which is too bad. The real adventure is in expanding the envelope.
[From Modern Roses 10, p. 731:] Kim Rupert, Granada Hills, California