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Woodbury, Celeste
Discussion id : 55-077
most recent 11 JUN 11 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 11 JUN 11 by anonymous-800493
your white meidiland looks perfect. mine doesn't look like a fully formed fully petaled flower, it looks half formed, almost deformed looking. what am i doing wrong? what do you feed your plant to get your flowers to look like that? full, english rose like?

any other tips? my plant comes from star roses. maybe star roses sells a strange version of white meidiland.
Discussion id : 24-098
most recent 13 FEB 08 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 13 FEB 08 by vabyvlue
Break O' Day has a very low score in the Handbook for selecting roses. I was wondering if anyone grows it successfully?
Discussion id : 23-508
most recent 14 JAN 08 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 14 JAN 08 by Michael Dosey
Ms Woodbury: If I might trouble you with one more question about Noble Anthony: what height do you get for this rose? Thanks again. Mike, Michigan
Discussion id : 23-487
most recent 13 JAN 08 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 13 JAN 08 by Michael Dosey
Ms Woodbury: I want an Austin dark pink that holds its color and is very fragrant. Noble Anthony is a possibility. Its main drawback for me would be an often seen proclivity towards the magenta, and more importantly, a most unpredictable range of color, as seen in the various HMF photos. The NA photos of other HMF contributors range from very dark (and dreary) magenta (Leander) to mid-pink (Tony R and Peter Miller). However, at least three of your four HMF photos of NA seem to be in that 'golden mean' of dark pink.

Now to my question. Of course, you cannot speak to the experiences of other growers, but have you ever seen your Noble Anthony(s) to look very dark magenta (as Leander's) or mid-pink (as Tony's and Peter's)??
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