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a_carl76
most recent 11 days ago HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 11 days ago by a_carl76
I love this rose. It is an older variety and there is a long period of time between flushes, but it is such a nice color and the form is always spot on. What huge blooms - mine average about 6 inches (not the 4 inches listed) with no extra care. Not very many places carry it anymore which makes me a bit sad but I was lucky to find one bagged plant of it 3 years ago at a big box store - and it was correctly labeled for a change. Does need good winter protection here in Iowa but it does reward you for your efforts.
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most recent 7 JUN HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 7 JUN by a_carl76
This particular seedling appears to have vanished. Maybe I moved it and it will pop up somewhere else but it looks like I am now down to 2 of these seedlings. Hopefully they will bloom for me.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 7 JUN by Robert Neil Rippetoe
It happens! Sometimes you discover them years later. ;-)
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most recent 6 MAY HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 5 MAY by a_carl76
Rose Listing Omission

Garden Director Tom Liggett

From foundation Plant Services Website:

Cultivar Name: Garden Director Tom Liggett
Synonyms: 'Fay Wolfe', 'Fay Wolff'
Description: Registration year: 2018
Classification: F & Cl F - Floribunda & Climbing Floribunda
Climber: No
Petal Color: mauve & mauve blend
Hybridizer: Liggett, Tom andJoel Mattox, Joel
Flower Form: buds globular; flowers deep mauve, medium, 3-4" diam., one bloom per stem, , full (150 petals),
quartered, recurrent
Fragrance: intense
Foliage: dark green, glossy
Prickle: some, hooked, black
References: Modern Roses 12
Parentage: Angle Face × possibly selfed
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 6 MAY by Patricia Routley
Added.
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most recent 10 JAN SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 25 DEC by Kim Rupert
Hi Andre, did this seedling ever flower for you? I'm curious about what level of cresting it may have expressed. Thanks! Kim
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 10 JAN by a_carl76
These seedlings still have not bloomed - they have remained very small too. I will be giving them another year and then will consider discarding or I may consider reevaluating their location too as part of the problem might be where they are located (and neglect). The only reason why I have been patient and kept them is because they are a unique cross and I really, really want them to bloom for me.
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