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most recent 1 SEP HIDE POSTS
Initial post 1 SEP by BajazzoHT
Hi Beth. Jason Derer here. I am still very interested in a few cuttings of Bajazzo (1961 HT) Can't find it anywhere. I'd like to get some rooted and distributed before spring. I left a couple of messages somewhere on this website but haven't heard back from you as yet. We missed each other last winter. I am having great success with most of my rootings here except the occasional Florist rose but I keep on trying.

Thanks, Jason
most recent 12 JUN 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 12 JUN 17 by BajazzoHT
Hi Beth. Jason Derer here. I would like to arrange to get some cuttings of Bajazzo HT 1961 as we talked about earlier this year. My email address is: Thanks, Jason
most recent 9 JUN 17 SHOW ALL
Initial post 21 MAY 17 by Beth's Northern CA Rose Garden
Rose Listing Omission

Our Anniversary

This is from Palatine's website:

Jalbert's Our Anniversary rose is truly one of a kind velvety red bloomer that changes to plum purple. The high center flowers grow in large clusters and bloom freely throughout the growing season. Our Anniversary is a compact and bushy 2' - 3' rose plant that has very shiny and dark leaves enhancing the glow of the flowers even further.
A lovely combination of sweet lemon and tea scents.

Rose Details:
Rose name:Our Anniversary
Type:Floribunda, Patio rose
Fragrance:Scented rose
Rose color:Dark Red
Breeder:Jalbert, 2014
Height:2' - 3' *
Shrub form:Bushy
Bloom size:Medium
Petal count:Double
Hardy:5b - 9d *
Repeat bloomer

This is my experience with it:
It's a gorgeous rose that starts out in the early season a deep dark velvety burgundy-red with a very unusual violet sort-of "underglow" that is unlike any other red I've ever seen. As the season progresses, it becomes more of a dark crimson-red and loses that violet tone. Repeat bloom is excellent. It is a spreader, tho, so it needs a lot of room; grows wider than tall.
Reply #1 of 2 posted 21 MAY 17 by Patricia Routley
Thank you Beth. We did have this rose, but I had mis-spelt it as 'Our Anniversay'. All fixed now. Thanks for your help.
Reply #2 of 2 posted 9 JUN 17 by BajazzoHT
Hi Beth. I cannot find your email address. Jason Derer here in Healdsburg CA. I had talked with you about getting some cuttings of Bajazzo HT 1961. I would like to get it passed around. It is one of my favorites.

Also I cannot get cuttings of Coffee Break to root. Do you know of anywhere where I can get some or obtain a plant of it?

I would drive up to get the cuttings.

Thanks, Jason
most recent 28 MAR 17 SHOW ALL
Initial post 7 NOV 15 by steve fritz
Pretty flower, no scent, prone to black spot..
Reply #1 of 2 posted 28 MAR 17 by BajazzoHT
Hello Steve. Do you have this rose now? I have looked for a long time but cannot find it since it was introduced way back in the 1980's. Jay
Reply #2 of 2 posted 28 MAR 17 by steve fritz
I'm afraid I no longer have Guy Laroche.

I got rid of it about ten years ago.

Pretty flower ... no scent, and the plant was prone to disease.

Good luck in finding it.
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