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Michael Garhart
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Initial post today by Michael Garhart
This spring, mine was scentless during the cool spring, but moderate rose (same type as Fragrant Cloud) when it hit over 80F here.
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Initial post 29 SEP 13 by Massad, Dominique
Parentage is Valchlea x Michele Bedrossian
Reply #1 of 7 posted 10 days ago by Michael Garhart
Reply #2 of 7 posted 10 days ago by Patricia Routley
Oh dear. That has been sitting there for five years. Thanks Michael.
Dominique - you do know that you can add any information at all to your own roses, don't you? But, if you can't get to things, we are very happy to add them for you. Things usually get done before a five year time limit as a rule.
Reply #3 of 7 posted 10 days ago by Michael Garhart
He makes some real neato hybrids, so its nice to have a record.
Reply #4 of 7 posted 9 days ago by Massad, Dominique
Yes, I know.
But on many of my varieties, I do not have the possibility because HMF did not give me access despite I asked several times.
Here is the list of non accessible varieties.
List :
Anjou velo vintage
Au bonheur des dames
Belle de segosa
Bernard Mas
Centenaire de l’Haÿ-les-roses
Cepcor(rose Delacroix)
Chapeau de mireille
Charles de Nervaux
Château de Guillerval
Chistian Tetedoie
Clair de plume
Credit mutuel
Diablesse de Mers
Dino de laurentis
Docteurs Massad
Domaine du couloubrier
Domaine Saint Jacques du Couloubrier
Durance ancian rosa
Elodie Gossuin
Florian Massad
Frederic Mège
Froufroutante Jackie
Henri le sidaner
Irène Frain
Jardiniers du paradis
Jef l’artiste
La calissonne
La clé de la rose
Lamartine à Tresserves
Laurent Cabrol
L’élégante du Pyla
Les potes de Bedros
Les Yvelines
Lettre à Nadine
Louis Francia
Ludivine Massad
Marie Bonnafoux-buisson
Marseille en fleurs
Millard de martigny
Michelle Bedrossian
Reply #5 of 7 posted 8 days ago by HMF Admin
This is an error on our part, of course you should be able to update any existing listings of your roses, as well as add new ones. This issue will be corrected this week.
Reply #6 of 7 posted 8 days ago by Michael Garhart
Woohoo ^_^
Reply #7 of 7 posted 2 days ago by HMF Admin
This has been corrected. You should have access to all your roses now. If you be so kind as to confirm please.

Other breeders, or discoverers, wishing to have access to THEIR rose listings should contact the support department. We will rescind this ability if used improperly, for example, commercializing a listing.
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Initial post 4 days ago by Michael Garhart
Austin site says "Light fragrance". I was curious and checked, because this seems to be a common case when the rose is a rugosa x "indica type".
Reply #1 of 1 posted 3 days ago by Tessie
I don't recall offhand. If it were really fragrant I would likely remember. My plant doesn't have any open flowers right now, but it does have buds. Will try to remember to sniff once these open and post my opinion.

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Initial post 1 MAR 12 by Tessie
Parentage can be found in the Heirloom Old Garden Roses catalog, 1992-1993 on page 57:

"SNOWDON: Just what you would expect of a rose named after the tallest mountain in Wales. Bred by David Austin from the Noisette 'Alister Stella Grey' x R. rugosa alba. Medium sized, beautiful blooms of purest white on a large, dense, bushy, shapely shrub. Repeat blooming. 7-8 ft. (1989) RU925 8.95"

Reply #1 of 3 posted 10 MAR 17 by Patricia Routley
Thank you Tessie. Parentage added. I don't know what we were doing in 2012, but it looks like we wuz busy.
Reply #2 of 3 posted 10 MAR 17 by Give me caffeine
Interesting mix. Should be quite tough, and well scented. Anyone know what's wrong with it?
Reply #3 of 3 posted 4 days ago by Michael Garhart
Back when roses were $8.95.

Excuse me while I cry a little on the inside :D
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