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Winterliesel
most recent 18 JUN 11 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 18 JUN 11 by HMF Admin
Wonderful photos ! It would be great if you could use the comments prompt to include where and when they were taken.
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 18 JUN 11 by Winterliesel
The photos where taken in 2010 from my own plant - I got it from the shop at Sangerhausen.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 18 JUN 11 by HMF Admin
Then ideally if your comment included "my garden, JUNE 2010" it would give us additional insight on what to expect if we are growing this rose in a similar environment. It's often surprising how much variation there is in different environments; knowing that additional detail can be very enlightening.

Thanks again for all your wonderful photo contributions.
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most recent 5 SEP 10 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 5 SEP 10 by Winterliesel
Hello,

two of the photos of Queen Alexandra (Pemberton!) are not right - after its description it should be a single pale yellow hybrid musk and not a near double pink or a single pink multiflora rambler.

Also the Sanders-picture of Queen Alexandra shows the Veitch-Queen Alexandra, not the one that was breed by Pemberton.

Just the photography of the RNRS Yearbook from 1916 shows The Queen Alexandra Rose from Pemberton.

The Pemberton-Queen is probably lost - even at Sangerhausen it seems that only a pink multiflora can be found there.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 5 SEP 10 by jedmar
Thank you for your comments. We have moved one picture and made a comment to the other.
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most recent 16 JUN 09 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 17 JUN 08 by Gerdhart
Hello,
Jedmar told me you could help me, by the way, he's sending you his best regards
I am growing a moss rose I bought under the name "Goldmoss" but it doesn't fit with its desciption; mine is about 2m high and I could train it like a small climber, furthermore, the flowers are semi double and the buds are tinted with red and yellow. Jedmar told me it could be "Yellow Moss" and that you might be growing it. Do you have any picture to compare with? Or at least, if you do grow it, does it look like mine?
Thank you in advance for your help.
Kind regards from Switzerland
Gerd
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Reply #1 of 6 posted 21 JUL 08 by Winterliesel
Hello Gerd,

I'm so sorry, I didn't recognize your Posting earlier - I beg your pardon.

It is right - I have Yellow Moss in my garden. I got it in summer 2007 from Sangerhausen. Until now it is about 50 cm high. Until now it makes no sign to behave as a real shrub - not to speak of a climber. But it is probably too early to judge. As far as I remember (I regret, I didn't take photos of the buds), the buds did not show signs of red.

But I think I have photos of the blooms of this year (they disappear very fast) - I have to look for them whitin the next days. I hope you have some more patience ..... (it won't last as long as my first answer, I promise!).

Best regards & again sorry for delayed answer
Martina
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Reply #2 of 6 posted 21 JUL 08 by Winterliesel
Hello again,

photos are online - only poor quality, but I didn't get her very well this year. Some pictures of the acutal hips are also uploaded. I hope, they may help.

Kind regards
Martina
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Reply #3 of 6 posted 25 JUL 08 by Gerdhart
Thank you very much Martina, it looks quite like mine but I'm still not sure it is yellow moss, nore glodmoss... Anyway, it's a wonderfull shrub (somehow climbing) and I like it very much!
Greating from you Switzerland
Take care
Gerd
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Reply #4 of 6 posted 2 SEP 08 by Unregistered Guest
Hallo out there.

I have search fore months to bey 4 Goldmoss fore my new front garden. Found one place in California. And they wouldn`t like to ship to Denmark. Any idea where I could bey them ?
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V.Mariann Mitts
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Reply #5 of 6 posted 10 JUN 09 by Gerdhart
Hi Marianne,
Sorry, don't know if you were able to find your rose as I saw your message a little too late... Anyway, try at www.rosiers.ch, the Tschanz's nursery, he's really a good professional and I know he can ship over Europe, so it might not be a problem for you to get this rose!
Enjoy the summer! Kind regards
Gerd
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Reply #6 of 6 posted 16 JUN 09 by Unregistered Guest
Hej ! Gerd,

About Goldmoss Roses. Yes`To late for the front garden - but not to late for many other places.
Thankyou for your repply. I`w contacted them - but no repply just yet.

Many grethings Mariann Mitts
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most recent 27 OCT 08 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 27 OCT 08 by Winterliesel
Hello,

you listed Joanne de Feligonde and that it was found by Thomas Södler - he is not member here at HMF yet and so he asked me, to give you his message: he is not from Bavaria, but from Bad Nauheim - Steinfurth in Hessen (Postcode = 61231).

Would you please change this entry about him?

Thank you so much!

Best regards
Martina
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 27 OCT 08 by jedmar
Changed, thank you!
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