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Roses, Clematis and Peonies
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Michael Garhart
most recent 6 NOV HIDE POSTS
Initial post 6 NOV by Michael Garhart
One site says .8M to 1M, and another says 1M to 1.2M. One site says 12cm bloom size and fruity fragrance. Other sites say strong fragrance. Photos seem to range from cream becoming cherry red to off-white blushed dark pink.

Posting this for others because I was annoyed I couldn't find any information in English. It's on a lot of European sites though.
most recent 18 OCT HIDE POSTS
Initial post 18 OCT by Michael Garhart
Ah, yes. This rose is lovely, and it is also red.
most recent 9 OCT HIDE POSTS
Initial post 9 OCT by Michael Garhart
Apparently closely related to: R. soulieana, which is known to also share close relations to:

R. deqenensis

R. duplicata

R. lichiangensis
most recent 2 OCT SHOW ALL
Initial post 26 OCT 17 by Kathy Strong's Del Cerro Garden
Available at J & P this year.


Dr. Jane Goodall Hybrid Tea Rose
A wonderfully formed bloom!
What better way to honor legendary ethologist and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall than with the naturally exquisite beauty of a rose?

This delightful hybrid tea rose is noble and passionate yet tempered with the humility of its human namesake. Just like the good doctor herself, this rose is just the right mix of strength and loveliness that any Rosarian can respect. In addition to its many valuable traits, $3.00 from the sale of each Dr. Jane Goodall Rose will go to benefit the many great works of the Jane Goodall Institute.

Each shapely 5-inch bloom is like a living snapshot of a sunrise with its heady pink petals around a sunny yellow base. The pink hues are lighter on the reverse so the roses are astounding from any angle. Generally, each fully double flower opens on its own long, cut-worthy stem. Despite preferring to be a solo act, finding clusters of these enchanting blossoms is not uncommon.

The architecture of the plant is itself a thing of beauty. The Dr. Jane Goodall Rose is well-branched and boasts an exceptionally attractive bushy habit. This variety grows to a happy goldilocks medium that is neither too big nor too small and suits virtually any size landscape. Its leaves are dark, dapper and very glossy forming a dramatic backdrop for its dawn-kissed flowers. Even the pointed ovoid buds are inviting a quiet fanfare for the roses to come. Once open the blossoms release a spicy fragrance that is distinctive yet not overpowering. This hybrid tea rose simply overflows with graces and it's impossible not to become instantly smitten.

For optimal garden performance plant Dr. Jane Goodall in rich soil that is both loamy and has good drainage. This rose is very disease resistant for its class and is quite vigorous on its own roots. The flowers last a long time and clean quickly leaving you with very little maintenance overall. The envy of any passionate Rosarian, the Dr. Jane Goodall Rose is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful hybrid teas you'll ever add to your collection.
Reply #1 of 5 posted 26 OCT 17 by Patricia Routley
Kathy, are these the same rose, or two separate roses? It is the word climber in the 2011 rose and this would be clear if we had a code name.
Jane Goodall HT Cl. (Hanak, 2011, intro Guillot 2011) peach and salmon pink.
Dr. Jane Goodall HT (Intro J. & P 2018> pink with light yellow
Reply #2 of 5 posted 27 OCT 17 by Kathy Strong's Del Cerro Garden
I don't have any info. I guess you should list them separately until we get that info. I just saw it in their catalog, and I have not seen the older one. And J and P did not give us a code name.
Reply #3 of 5 posted 28 OCT 17 by Patricia Routley
'Dr. Jane Goodall' now added. Thank you Kathy.
Reply #4 of 5 posted 31 JAN 19 by Michael Garhart
This didnt help much :/

This may help tho...
Reply #5 of 5 posted 2 OCT by Patricia Routley
Kathy, I now have no idea why I added the synonym, instead of separating the files as I have now done. But I thank you.
Michael - it certainly did help. Thank you too.
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