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Comte de Sembui rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
From Theodor Nietner's 'Die Rose', 1880, facing page 8. Same as previously uploaded image, but perhaps the colour is closer to the original (?)
Uploaded 6 days ago
William R. Smith rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
Bloom of the bud posted previously. 27th July 2020.
Uploaded 10 days ago
Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
From the 1938 catalogue of Brooks & Son, Rose Growers, Modesto, California, page 14. The accompanying description reads: "COUNTESS OF STRADBROKE. For those who want perfection in a red Rose, this new climber from Australia will meet every requirement. In form the buds and flowers are second to none. The color is a beautiful shade of dark unfading red and has shown no tendency to blue with age. The plant is a moderate climber and has shown remarkable resistance to rose diseases. The flowers are carried on good stems for cutting and are produced throughout the growing season."
Uploaded 6 days ago
Lady Hillingdon (Tea, Lowe rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
23rd July 2020 (midwinter) Sydney (with a dahlia).
Uploaded 14 days ago
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
Quite a good winter flowerer, but nods. 27th July 2020 (midwinter), my garden, Sydney. I love the fragrance which is more pronounced in the cool weather. The other side of the same bloom.
Uploaded 10 days ago
William R. Smith rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
A cutting-grown plant a few months old still in the pot in which it was struck. 6th July, 2020, Sydney, AUS, (winter). The flower stalk often remains somewhat reddish-brown.
Uploaded 6 JUL
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
Quite a good winter flowerer, but nods. 27th July 2020 (midwinter), my garden, Sydney. I love the fragrance which is more pronounced in the cool weather.
Uploaded 10 days ago
William R. Smith rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
A cutting-grown plant a few months old still in the pot in which it was struck. 6th July, 2020, Sydney, AUS, (winter).
Uploaded 6 JUL
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