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Michael Garhart
most recent 5 JAN HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 5 JAN by Michael Garhart
Im guessing its the JP Gold Rush in the lineage.
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most recent 27 NOV HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 27 NOV by Michael Garhart
Beautiful photo and colors. I think this belongs under the other St Margaret's. The current one the photo is filed under is a pink rambler.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 27 NOV by Patricia Routley
Yes. Obviously Ron Bell’s rose, and not Ken Nobbs. I have moved the photo. Many thanks Michael.
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most recent 23 NOV HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 23 NOV by Michael Garhart
I've always wondered if the unknown portion of the parentage is Piccadilly.

I saw a plant of this for sale at a Lowe's when passing through the Tri-Cities of Washington back in 2010, and I regret not buying it as a lineage study. I really didn't want to travel with a rose in the trunk lol.
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most recent 22 NOV SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 12 JAN 08 by bob diller
How is Chianti in regards to black spot. I have an organic garden and don't spray. I have admired photo's of this rose for years and would like to add it to my garden. I live smack in the middle of the black spot belt in the Southeast US.
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 28 SEP 16 by cakemiks
Did you ever try it? Blackspot is also a big issue where we live in NC.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 22 NOV by Michael Garhart
In the early 2000s, this rose showed up grafted with other Austins at a local high end nursery in the Portland Metro. They were defoliated by June in their huge pots. Looking back, I can't recall if it was from black spot or downy. They look alike at that time of year here. It's too hard to inspect things up close at nurseries. I recall this because it was my first time seeing it and my impression was "ew...".
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