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Tony_im
most recent 21 DEC 17 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 20 DEC 17 by Elizabethspetals
Incredibly beautiful! Well done! I’m looking into this rose. It’s recently available in the US from one mail order nursery. It is currently advertised at a reduced price, really makes me want to try it, but there is very little information on Miss Dior. Do you find that Miss Dior lasts well as a cut rose? Do the blooms do well in full hot sun? I am in Southern California, and the sun is very bright and hot, but I do not have disease problems because it is very dry here. Thanks for any information you can provide. Your photo is better than the advertisement photos for Miss Dior! Elizabeth
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 21 DEC 17 by Tony_im
Dear Elizabeth,

Thank you for your comment.
My information are as follows;

>Do you find that Miss Dior lasts well as a cut rose?
I’m not sure, but probably it is two or three days to keep cut-flowers beautifully.

>Do the blooms do well in full hot sun?
In summer, I use an agricultural shade nets (shading rate 40%) here in Akashi-city, JAPAN.

>I am in Southern California, and the sun is very bright and hot, but I do not have disease problems because it is very dry here.
This rose is vulnerable to powdery mildew and black spot by the climate here in Akashi-city, JAPAN.

Best regards,
Tony_im
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 21 DEC 17 by Elizabethspetals
Thank you for your help Tony!
Elizabeth
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most recent 4 JUN 14 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 3 JUN 14 by GShellrude
Exquisite photo!!!
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 4 JUN 14 by Tony_im
Thank you!
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most recent 27 APR 14 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 26 APR 14 by Tony_im
Rose Listing Omission

Grace Queen

Bred by Junko Kawamoto (Japan, 2008).
Rose red. Strong fragrance. 70-80 petals.
Average diameter 4.5". Blooms throughout the season.
Height of 40" to 50" (100 to 125 cm).
Width of 2' to 3' (60 to 90 cm).
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 26 APR 14 by HMF Admin
Thanks, can you also provide a reference ? We need some additional details, most notably the class. Also, this breeder is new to HMF - can you provide, or point us to, additional details?
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 27 APR 14 by Tony_im
The class is Hybrid Tea.

Junko Kawamoto is a wife of Hiromoto Kawamoto who is introduced the breeder of 'Silent Love' in HMF.

'Silent Love' won Bronze Award (Category : HT) at The 3rd International Fragrant Rose Trial in Echigo Hillside Park, Nagaoka Japan. She was introduced the breeder of 'Silent Love'.

(see) https://echigo-park.jp/concours/prizewinner/en/03.html

Junko Kawamoto is more famous than her husband in Japan.

Best regards.
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 27 APR 14 by HMF Admin
Thank you !
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PhotoShino
most recent 13 MAR 14 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 8 MAR 14 by jedmar
Gorgeous!
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Reply #1 of 5 posted 9 MAR 14 by Tony_im
Thank you for your comment. It is difficult for me to let this rose bloom beautifully.

There are a lot of wonderful Japanese roses which do not appear in HMF.
I will upload my photo as much as possible.
Best regards,
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Reply #2 of 5 posted 10 MAR 14 by jedmar
Thank you! We have added 'Seresso'.
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Reply #3 of 5 posted 10 MAR 14 by Tony_im
I have uploaded my photo to 'SERESSO' listed in HMF.
Thank you!
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Reply #4 of 5 posted 11 MAR 14 by jedmar
Thank you! Info on any other missing Japanese roses is welcome.
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Reply #5 of 5 posted 13 MAR 14 by Tony_im
Thank you for your effort!
Missing Japanese roses in HMF which I grow are as follows:

Totoro
Unknown Japanese Breeder(s) (Japan, before 2006)
Introduced in Japan by Ooi Nouen.
Shrub, Florists Rose
Sports of Troilus.

Bella Donna
Bred by Atsuya Iwashita (Japan, 2010)
Hybrid Tea
Nagaoka gold awards in 2013.

Le Blanc
Bred by Junko Kawamoto (Japan,2012)
Floribunda.
Hiromoto Kawamoto is a husband of Junko Kawamoto.
La Mariée, Purple Rain and Silent Love are his plants listed in HMF.
Junko Kawamoto is more famous than him in Japan.

Seiryu
Bred by Junko Kawamoto (Japan,2013)
Floribunda.
Seiryu means a Limpid Stream in Japanese.
The rose of the same name in English is listed in HMF.
It is bred by Moriji Kobayashi (Japan, 2005).
Its name (Seiryu) means Blue Dragon in Japanese.

Grace Queen
Junko Kawamoto (Japan, 2008)
Hybrid Tea

Misty Purple
Junko Kawamoto (Japan, 2003)
Floribunda

Vaguelette
Junko Kawamoto (Japan, 2011)
Floribunda

If these photos are necessary to add HMF, please request me.
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